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Living Leadership: Designing
flexible leadership
development experiences for
community college students
Monday, 12/12/16 -...
College of DuPage
 Community College
 Approximately 27,000
students (single campus)
 100% Commuter campus
 9 degrees &...
Office of Student Life
 The Office of Student Life at College of DuPage is
dedicated to building community and educating ...
Overview
 Objectives
 Theory
 Philosophy
 History
 Practice
 Strategies
Objectives
At the end of this session, participants will be able
to:
 Consider an alternative format of delivering
leader...
Pair and Share
 Why did you decide to attend this session?
 What are some of the challenges you face in
delivering leade...
Theoretical Underpinnings
 Social Change Model
 Leadership development as process
Self-knowledge, leadership competence...
Video
Living Leadership Program
Philosophy
 Three Tenets of Leadership
 Active participation in
life & communities
 Appreciat...
Leadership Development History
1998-2004
• Workshop
Series
• Skills
Emphasis
2005-2009
• Workshop
Series
• Experiential
Em...
Current Program Overview
 Co-curricular option
 Rolling admission
 Currently enrolled
 In good standing
 Minimum 2.0 ...
Living Leadership Program 2012-2016
Phase 1
 Actively participate in
campus life
 Complete 5 leadership
development
oppo...
Practice: Programming Series
Keys to Leadership Success
Club & Organization
Leadership Development
Leadership for Social C...
Living Leadership by the Numbers
2010/11 to 2015/16
120 Events
~1,461 Student
Attendees
300 Formal
Sign Ups
90
Portfolios
Flexible Design
 Switching to rolling admission
 Offer options to customize the experience
 Develop partnerships
 Facu...
Reflection
 Could any of the strategies presented be adapted
to your campus?
 What would some of your challenges be in
b...
Questions & Possibly Some Answers
Chuck Steele
Manager of Student Life
steelec@cod.edu
630-942-2642
Stephanie Quirk
Coordi...
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Presentation at NASPA Leadership Educators Institute 2016
Long Beach, CA
Dec 12, 2016

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Living Leadership: Designing flexible leadership development experiences for community college students

  1. 1. Living Leadership: Designing flexible leadership development experiences for community college students Monday, 12/12/16 - 9:00 a.m. Location: Nieto Stephanie Quirk, College of DuPage Chuck Steele, College of DuPage
  2. 2. College of DuPage  Community College  Approximately 27,000 students (single campus)  100% Commuter campus  9 degrees & 170 certificates in 52 areas of study  Roughly 20% of students already have a BA or higher  Fulltime Credit Students: 9,811 (2,064 First-time) / Part-time credit students: 18,867
  3. 3. Office of Student Life  The Office of Student Life at College of DuPage is dedicated to building community and educating students to live a life of leadership.  <insert picture>
  4. 4. Overview  Objectives  Theory  Philosophy  History  Practice  Strategies
  5. 5. Objectives At the end of this session, participants will be able to:  Consider an alternative format of delivering leadership development experiences  Integrate aspects of flexible design into leadership development programs at home institutions
  6. 6. Pair and Share  Why did you decide to attend this session?  What are some of the challenges you face in delivering leadership development opportunities to your students?  Does the leadership development program have flexible aspects included such as rolling admission or completion options?
  7. 7. Theoretical Underpinnings  Social Change Model  Leadership development as process Self-knowledge, leadership competence, positive social change Individual, group, community/society levels  Positive psychology - StrengthsQuest  Positive leadership / energy  Assessed: Leadership Identity Development Model
  8. 8. Video
  9. 9. Living Leadership Program Philosophy  Three Tenets of Leadership  Active participation in life & communities  Appreciation of multiple perspectives  Engaging in conscious decision-making  Positive Impact
  10. 10. Leadership Development History 1998-2004 • Workshop Series • Skills Emphasis 2005-2009 • Workshop Series • Experiential Emphasis 2010-2012 • Formal Program • 1 year • Cohort- based
  11. 11. Current Program Overview  Co-curricular option  Rolling admission  Currently enrolled  In good standing  Minimum 2.0 GPA  Self-paced  Flexible format  Phases  Options to complete requirements
  12. 12. Living Leadership Program 2012-2016 Phase 1  Actively participate in campus life  Complete 5 leadership development opportunities  Complete all Phase 1 reflection guides and submit a portfolio Phase 2  Continue active participation  3 additional leadership development opportunities  Leadership Development class  16 hours of service- learning  Submit final portfolio with reflections
  13. 13. Practice: Programming Series Keys to Leadership Success Club & Organization Leadership Development Leadership for Social Change Leadership through Film & Documentary
  14. 14. Living Leadership by the Numbers 2010/11 to 2015/16 120 Events ~1,461 Student Attendees 300 Formal Sign Ups 90 Portfolios
  15. 15. Flexible Design  Switching to rolling admission  Offer options to customize the experience  Develop partnerships  Faculty advisor support  Collaborative planning with other areas on campus  Pulling in campus experts  Strategies  Calling the meeting  Embedding with faculty committees
  16. 16. Reflection  Could any of the strategies presented be adapted to your campus?  What would some of your challenges be in building in flexibility for students?  Do you have other ideas on how to approach integrating more flexibility into your current programs?
  17. 17. Questions & Possibly Some Answers Chuck Steele Manager of Student Life steelec@cod.edu 630-942-2642 Stephanie Quirk Coordinator of Student Life, Leadership Development quirks@cod.edu 630-942-2647 @stephsquirks

Presentation at NASPA Leadership Educators Institute 2016 Long Beach, CA Dec 12, 2016

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