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East Carolina University The Leadership University. Leadership Development Framework Framework Subcommittee of the Leadership Advisory Council: Stacey Altman, Eric Buller, Kendra Harris and Elaine Scott. LEADERSHIP is a relational process of inspiring, empowering, and influencing - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • East Carolina UniversityThe Leadership UniversityLeadership Development Framework

    Framework Subcommittee of the Leadership Advisory Council:Stacey Altman, Eric Buller, Kendra Harris and Elaine Scott

  • LEADERSHIP is

    a relational process of

    inspiring, empowering, and influencing

    positive change.

  • Domains of Leadership Capacity

  • Applying a Developmental Framework* Adapted from Komives, S.R., Longerbeam, S.D., Owen, J.E., Mainella, F.C., and Osteen, L. (2006). A leadership identity development model: Applications from a grounded theory. Journal of College Student Development, 47(4), pp. 401-418.

    Stage of Development*Knowledge

    Critical ThinkerRelationships

    MentorEthics

    Active CitizenWell-being

    Healthy IndividualService

    Catalyst for Positive Change6Integration/synthesis5Generativity4Increasing lycomplex application and behavior development3Application 2Exploration1Awareness, knowledge

  • Developmental Framework Overview* Adapted from Komives, S.R., Longerbeam, S.D., Owen, J.E., Mainella, F.C., and Osteen, L. (2006). A leadership identity development model: Applications from a grounded theory. Journal of College Student Development, 47(4), pp. 401-418.

    Stage of Development*KnowledgeGoal: Lifelong LearnerRelationshipsGoal: MentorEthicsGoal: Character CatalystWell-beingGoal: Healthy IndividualServiceGoal: Positive Change AgentIntegration/synthesisInspiring others to learnMentoring and Empowering others to MentorInfluencing action for the greater goodReflection upon experience wit self/others, commit to continual growthInspiring positive changeGenerativityEngaging in advanced scholarship and creative activityFostering the development of othersChallenging ethical practices in the context of the greater goodEmpowering others to achieve well-being (emphasis on elements most related to leadership devel.)Engaging others in serviceComplex application and behavior developmentUnderstanding, evaluating and communicating knowledge

    Collaborating

    Communicating effectively

    Understanding interdependencies of people and environments

    Understanding self and othersRecognizing ethical implications of decisionsAdapting lifestyle to sustain well-beingExpanding role and commitment to service

    Application Using new knowledge, honing academic interests,communicating learningExercising values in decision makingInitiating behaviors to achieve well-beingUnderstanding capacity for service and narrowing commitment ExplorationRecognizing learning potential, broadening knowledge base, developing effective learning strategiesExamining ethical principles and relating personal values to others and organizations Exploring avenues for achieving well being and developing goalsParticipating in service activitiesAwareness, knowledgeUnderstanding accountability for learningUnderstanding valuesUnderstanding personal well-beingUnderstanding service and service opportunities

  • KNOWLEDGE DOMAIN - STUDENT MATRIX

    Stage of Development*Domain: KnowledgeGoal: Lifelong LearnerIntegration/synthesisInspiring others to learnLeading research and creative activityAdvanced study and collaboration in disciplineGenerativityEngaging in advanced scholarship and creative activityAdvanced studyParticipation in research and creative activityComplex application and behavior developmentUnderstanding, evaluating and communicating knowledgeCapstone or senior projectCritical Thinking and application of discipline knowledgeApplication Using new knowledge, honing academic interests,communicating learningCommitment to majorPresentation-based courseworkContent analysis, term papers, essays ExplorationRecognizing learning potential, broadening knowledge base, developing effective learning strategiesFoundations Curriculum courseworkAcademic planning and goal development

    Awareness, knowledgeUnderstanding accountability for learningAcademic planningDiscipline specific introductory courseworkFreshman Seminar, i.e. COAD 1000, LDSP 1000

  • RELATIONSHIPS DOMAIN - STUDENT MATRIX

    Stage of Development*Domain: RelationshipsGoal: Mentor6Integration/synthesisMentoring and Empowering Others to Mentor5GenerativityFostering the development of others4Complex application and behavior developmentCollaborating

    Communicating effectively

    Understanding interdependencies of people and environments

    Understanding self and othersConflict Management SkillsNegotiation & Persuasion SkillsAble to build Group Consensus/SynergyInterviewing Skills

    3Application Insight into Group ProcessesInsight into the influence of ones own actions on other peopleEmpathy, AdaptabilityInfluencing Skills

    2ExplorationWilling to Take Responsibility for Relationships HelpfulnessInsight into Social/Ecological Structure of SocietyKnowledge of Social Rules of EngagementAble to work in teamsInclusive & Equitable1Awareness, knowledgeSelf-Knowledge & Emotional Regulation (Motives, Wishes, Abilities)Knowledge of Motives, Wishes, Abilities of othersRespect for other people and differenceListening SkillsVerbal & Written Communication Skills

  • WELL-BEING DOMAIN - STUDENT MATRIX

    Stage of Development*Domain: Well-BeingGoal: Healthy Individual6Integration/synthesisReflecting upon experience with self and others and committing to continual growth5GenerativityEmpowering others to achieve well-being (emphasis on those elements most-related to leadership development)-Advanced study-Presenting information on well-being-Disseminating knowledge4Complex application and behavior developmentAdapting lifestyle to sustain well-being-Consistent use of resources related to well-being-Consistent involvement in organizations (campus and community) related to well-being (take on significant role)3Application Initiating behaviors to achieve well-being-Programming-Volunteer (regular)2ExplorationExploring avenues for achieving well-being and developing goals-Well-being related coursework (HLTH 1000, EXSS 1000, PSYC 1000 & others)-Student Activities Events (e.g. CRW, Student Health, Res life, etc )-Volunteer (one-time)1Awareness, knowledgeUnderstanding of personal well-being-Curriculum (COAD 1000)-Well-being related Open Houses, Orientations

    Note: do we need clarify what Student Orgs are related to well-being?

  • ETHICS DOMAIN STUDENT MATRIX

    StageDomain: EthicsGoal: Character CatalystIntegration/ SynthesisInfluencing action for the greater goodEducates OthersLeads a causeInfluences legislation, culture, behaviorAccepts personal sacrifices in order to improve conditions for othersGenerativityChallenging ethical practices in the context of the greater goodAdvocates for a cause or issueTakes a stand or action for changeDemonstrates ethical behavior and influences others within their personal sphereComplex application and behavior developmentRecognizing ethical implications of decisionsProposes several alternative solutions to an ethical dilemma, implements solution.Lives the ethical life; behaves as a responsible citizen, values ethical behavior over personal satisfaction, resolves conflicts between values and behaviorApplicationExercising values in decision-makingProposes a solution to an ethical dilemma.Applies refined set of values, resolve conflicts between personal values and those of other individuals or organizations,examine values in light of sources and identifies conflictsExplorationExamining ethical principles and relating personal values to others and organizationsRecognizes an ethical dilemma from a legal dilemma and understands how it relates to him/her. Examines own values and relates to others.Awareness/KnowledgeUnderstanding ValuesExposed to University values, CreedUnderstands university and societal rules/norms, understands Academic Integrity policy, Identifies personal values and their sources

  • SERVICE DOMAIN - STUDENT MATRIX

    Stage of Development*Domain: ServiceGoal: Positive Change Agent

    6Integration/synthesisInspiring positive changeAdvocacy through inspiring others to enact positive changeInternalization of passionDevelopment of a personal lifelong plan of service activitiesEngage others through shared commitmentAvenues:5GenerativityUsing knowledge of capacity and skills to engage others in service through recruitment and shared commitmentArticulating reasons for commitmentInternalization of leadership/service value systemIdentify others with shared commitment/valuesAvenues:4Complex application and behavior developmentExpanding on capacity and skills to better meet the needs of the service areasIdentify strengths and weaknesses and participate in development opportunitiesAvenues: Leadership role in service areas,3Application Understanding personal capacity for service and matching that capacity to areas of commitmentEvaluate reflections and identify personal capacitiesAnalyze capacities and match to service opportunitiesAvenues: S-L Course completion,2ExplorationParticipating in service activitiesParticipate in service opportunities, reflect upon service participation, and expand on list of opportunitiesAvenues: participation in volunteer activities1Awareness, knowledgeUnderstanding service and service opportunitiesDefine service and differentiate it from other activitiesAvenues: List service opportunities,

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