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Premier PD Program. Common Vision. Engagement Strategies. Blended Modalities. COLLABORATION. INNOVATION. New Employee Development Program. Performance Based Professional Development. System-Level PD. Leadership Development Institutes. Portal, Repositories, Badges.

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Innovation and professional development a premier professional development initiative

Premier PD

Program

Common Vision

Engagement

Strategies

Blended Modalities

COLLABORATION

INNOVATION

New Employee Development Program

Performance Based Professional Development

System-Level PD

Leadership Development Institutes

Portal, Repositories, Badges

Innovation and Professional Development: A Premier Professional Development Initiative

Jamie Justice, Kentucky Community and Technical College System


Random thoughts on professional development
Random Thoughts on Professional Development

The Reaction

Strategic Plan or Reactive Response

What is “Premier” Professional Development?

Change Management Mechanism


Professional development the reaction
Professional Development: The Reaction

Question: What is the first reaction that is most common when “Professional Development” is mentioned or announced?

Why this response?

Why this reaction?


Vision for professional development
Vision for Professional Development

What is the most common approach to professional development planning?

Reactive

Strategic


Think about it
Think About It

  • Think of a time in your past when you attended a professional development program or training and everything just pulled you in, engaged you and when you left you were really excited and charged to apply what you learned.

  • Now think about what it was that made that experience so powerful?


Change management mechanism
Change Management Mechanism

  • Professional Development for Change and Innovation:

    • ADKAR

    • Innovation Talent Development

    • School for Innovators

    • TED Talks

    • Technology Applications


Climbing mt premier kctcs office for professional development and innovation
Climbing Mt. Premier: KCTCS Office For Professional Development and Innovation

  • New Model and New Vision for KCTCS

  • Collaboratively Designed and Delivered Professional Development Activities

  • Innovation Focused

  • Leadership, Service and Support


Climbing mt premier
Climbing Mt. Premier Development and Innovation

  • Begin by Beginning

  • Establish a Vision

  • Create a Structure

  • Maximize and Utilize Resources

  • Plan Collaboratively

  • Identify the Pain

  • Innovate, Plan, and React

  • Implement and Adapt


The pain
The Pain Development and Innovation

  • System-level Professional Development occurs in One Annual Conference

  • Limited Leadership Development and Supervisor Training

  • Inefficient use of Limited Training Resources

  • No System-level Leadership or Coordination Supporting Colleges

  • Duplication of Professional Development across System

  • Limited Professional Development Opportunities

  • Lack of Support for New Employees


What has happened to date
What has Happened to Date Development and Innovation

The Process

  • Formation of the KCTCS PD Peer Team

  • Initial Charter and Charge- Climbing Mount Premier

  • Created the Office for Professional Development and Innovation

  • Peer Team meetings and planning, benchmarking, survey, R&D, and plan proposal

  • Pain Tour 2013/14 –

  • System-wide Survey

  • Operational Plan Development

  • Final Peer Team Recommendations


Summary results
Summary Results Development and Innovation

  • Areas of Need: Leadership Development and System-level PD.

  • Survey: 1100 responses

  • 70% say PD for their position is offered

  • 83% say they have participated in at least 1 PD per semester

  • Top 5 PD requested from pre-determined list

    • Leadership workshops (488)

    • PeopleSoft Topics (432)

    • Microsoft Excel (431)

    • Conflict Resolution (379)

    • Student Services Topics (343)


Recommendations
Recommendations Development and Innovation

  • Create an Enterprise-wide Leadership Development Program

  • Create an Enterprise-wide Professional Development Program

    • Performance Based PD Program and Institutes

    • General Professional Development Program and Institutes

  • Create a New Employee Development Institute

  • Create a one-stop portal

  • Establish process for validation and quality of offerings.

  • Provide regional professional development institutes


  • Enterprise wide leadership development
    Enterprise-wide Leadership Development Development and Innovation

    • Gaining expertise to boost efficiency and effectiveness

    • Initiatives: Positive Impact and System-wide Impact

    • Identify Skill Gaps: Align Learning Activities and Development Plans

    • Continuous Learning

    • Innovation Pathways

    • Foster Continuous Learning and Improvement

    • Increase Productivity and Work Relations


    Enterprise wide leadership development1
    Enterprise-wide Leadership Development and InnovationDevelopment

    What will this look Like

    • Year Long for Faculty and Staff

    • Dedicated Management Team

    • An Academy Approach

    • Programs and Specific Pathways

    • Current and Emerging Leadership Training

    • Faculty Staff Programs and Paths


    Enterprise wide professional development
    Enterprise-wide Professional Development Development and Innovation

    • KCTCS Certified Trainer network

    • Emphasis on hands on, learner engagement and hi-impact training methodologies

    • Delivered through a coordinated network of certified master trainers.

    • Enhance overall professional development through highly focused, hi-impact managed regional institutes

    • Ensure system-level trainings are consistent across the System

    • Employees participate through a variety of delivery modalities


    Kctcs performance based institutes
    KCTCS Development and InnovationPerformance Based Institutes

    • ASTD Certified Master Trainers

    • Participation Based Delivery

    • Hi Impact, Hi Demand Focus

    • Standardized/Modularized Program

    • Certifications/Badges/Other

    • Training Pathways

    • Scalable, Measurable and Sustainable


    New employee development institute
    New Employee Development Institute Development and Innovation

    • Enterprise-wide Support of New Employees

    • Role of KCTCS Colleges in the Commonwealth

    • Improved Training for first Time Faculty

    • Reduced Costs through a Standardized Program

    • Peer to Peer Developed and Delivered Programs


    Premier professional development
    Premier Professional Development Development and Innovation

    • Needs Based

    • Accessible and Ongoing

    • Quality Assurance for Content Design and Delivery

    • Collaborative – PD Peer Team and OPDI Close Working Relationship

    • Performance Based

    • Tied to Specific “Pain” and System Initiatives

    • Cost Effective

    • Efficient

    • High Impact Service and Support


    New vision for professional development
    New Vision for Professional Development Development and Innovation

    • Transition from Attendance-based to Performance-based PD

    • Transform from Conference Model to Institutes

    • Accessible, multi-modality, performance based offerings

    • Minimum Quality Standards

    • Content and Learning Management Structure

    • Innovation Focused – Jumping Gaps

    • Proactive and Responsive


    New vision for professional development1
    New Vision for Professional Development Development and Innovation

    • One-stop Portal for All PD

    • Coordinated PAIN focused Offerings

    • Collaborative Planning and Offerings

    • Faculty and Staff Driven

    • Badges Model

    • Collegial Learning Models

    • Innovation and Research Focused


    Opdi immediate response
    OPDI Immediate Response Development and Innovation

    • PeoplesoftRegional Trainings (ARR)

    • Excel Regional Trainings

    • KOILS: Innovation T & L (pedagogy & tech day)

    • April T & L Regional Institutes

    • Leadership Institutes

    • Master Trainers/Certified Trainers

    • Continue to Look for Trends (locally, regionally, statewide)


    Questions
    Questions Development and Innovation

    • Jamie Justice, System Director for Professional Development and Innovation

    • Kentucky Community and Technical College System


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