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LeaderShape IU 2006. Information Meeting 12/2/2005. Agenda. Learning Agreements Overview of the week’s activities Accommodations Transportation Packing List Other information. Learning Agreements. LeaderShape’s Commitment

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LeaderShape IU 2006

Information Meeting


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  • Learning Agreements

  • Overview of the week’s activities

  • Accommodations

  • Transportation

  • Packing List

  • Other information

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Learning Agreements

  • LeaderShape’s Commitment

    • Increase your commitment to act consistently with core ethical values, personal values, and convictions

    • Enhance your capability to develop and enrich relationships and strengthen your commitment to respect the dignity and contributions of all people

    • Embrace the belief in a “healthy disregard for the impossible

    • Develop the capability to produce extraordinary results

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Learning Agreements

  • Participant’s Commitments

    • Attend each session and PARTICIPATE

    • Refrain from using alcohol and other drugs and confront others

    • Take responsibility for your learning. Ask questions, participate in familiar activities, and step out of your “comfort zone”

    • Respect individual differences and the dignity of all people. Keep an open mind and strive to learn a new perspective

    • Agree not to leave the conference property without permission. Respect the property and treat it like your home.

  • Sign, date, and return to Sondra

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ScheduleJanuary 3 – 8Waycross Camp & Conference Center


Arrive by 3 pm

Wed - Sat

7:45 – 8:30 Breakfast

10 a.m. Break

Noon – 1 Lunch

3 p.m. Break

6 p.m. Dinner


Depart at 11 am

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Day 1: Building Community

- Explore what leadership means

  • Meet other participants of the “Learning Community”

  • Join 10 other students in your “Family Cluster”

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Day 2: The Value of One, The Power of All

  • Outdoor Team Experience

  • Behavior Style Inventory

  • Set personal goals for the week and share with Family Cluster

  • Reinforce the concept of inclusive leadership and creating communities of mattering

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Day 3: Challenging What Is, Looking To What Could Be

  • Define and refine your Breakthrough Blueprint – a powerful vision

  • Interact in settings dealing with chaos and change

  • Guest Leader Panel

    and Reception

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Day 4: Bringing Vision to Reality

  • Discuss Relationships

  • Define SMART Goals and Stretch Goals

  • List action steps to move your vision forward

  • Explore the issue of power

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Day 5: Living and Leading With Integrity

  • Explore concept of integrity

  • Afternoon of relaxation and reflection

  • LeaderShape


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Day 6: Staying in Action

  • You are now a part of a nationwide LeaderShape community

  • Commencement Ceremony

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  • Waycross Camp and Conference Center

    • Morgantown, IN

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  • Two to four people to a room

  • Private bathroom in each room

  • Single or full sized bed

  • Fresh linens every day

  • HOT showers

  • It’s like a hotel, so please disregard any horror stories from last year!

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  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner will be provided each full day

  • Snacks will also be provided throughout the institute

  • We promise, you won’t go hungry!

  • Please inform us of any food allergies not mentioned in your application after the meeting

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Possible Breakfast Items

  • Eggs Benedict

  • Coffee Cake

  • Cream of Wheat

  • Fresh Fruit

  • Bacon

  • Hashbrown Casserole

  • Biscuits and Gravy

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Possible Lunch Items

  • Salad Bar (typically offered every day)

  • Beef Stew

  • Brats

  • Philly Steak Sandwiches

  • Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole

  • Potato Wedges

  • Cookies

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Possible Dinner Items

  • Salad Bar (typically offered every evening)

  • Pork Chops

  • Fried Chicken

  • Cod Fillet

  • Swiss Steak

  • Mashed Potatoes

  • Green Beans

  • Asparagus

  • Cobbler

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  • We have a bus!

    • Sign-up after the meeting if you want a ride.

    • Be at DeVault Alumni Center by 1pm.

  • As long as you find a way to get on campus, we’ll get you there

  • Park at the DeVault Alumni Center, unload, and we’ll direct you to the E lot

  • If you prefer to drive directly, instructions will be provided upon request. Keys will be collected at the Institute.

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Storage For Bus Riders

  • Please try to store any valuables in a secure location prior to arriving at the DeVault Alumni Center

  • You may store any luggage you have at your own risk in the SAA office

    • Traffic in and out is limited

    • I have faith in the regulars

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7 comfortable, casual outfits(pants, jeans and t-shirts, short sleeve shirts, polo shirts, winter jackets, sweatshirts, etc.)

7 pairs of socks

1 pair of shoes

1 pair of sneakers

1 pair of snowboots

1 casual belt

1extra set of casual (grungy) clothes and shoes/sneakers you don’t mind getting dirty: (for low ropes/challenge course on Day Two)

1 business casual outfit: men: dress slacks and shirt or sweater; women: slacks or skirt and blouse or sweater

1 pair of pajamas

1 light jacket / winter jacket

1 poncho and/or umbrella

1 flashlight and batteries

1 pair of sunglasses


1 week of prescription medication (if required/needed):(headache, cold, allergy)

1 set of personal toilet articles: toothbrush and paste, soap, shampoo, hair dryer, comb and brush and any other personal needs.

There is not a laundry facility available for your use

during The LeaderShape® Institute. Please plan



bathrobe and slippers

camera and film

compact discs (CDs)

snacks (some snacks provided)

nominal spare cash (for personal needs)

personal journal

alarm clock???


personal computer

cell phones/pagers

Packing List

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Emergency Information

Prior to leaving LeaderShape

  • Sondra’s office number is 812-855-4670 and cell phone is 812-322-2076 or email at [email protected]

    While At LeaderShape

  • The Waycross Camp & Conference Center’s direct line is 812-597-4241. 

  • After hours, the same phone number will ring at the home of the executive director who lives on site or he can be reached at 812-597-5232 (his personal phone line). 

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Commitment to Participate

  • By attending this information session and signing and returning the LeaderShape Learning Agreement you are making a commitment to participate.

  • IU Bloomington students must sign a statement agreeing to a $50 fine assessed by the Bursar for failing to show at LeaderShape. Non-IUB students understand that if they fail to show, they will be invoiced for the $50 fine.

  • If an emergency arises, contact Sondra ASAP to determine if you may be excused from the Institute.

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Anything Else?

  • Please let us know of any special accommodations you may require

  • Let’s make this AWESOME!