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  1. LEADERSHIP AND DIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMFOR STAFF _____________________________________

  2. Overview • Sponsored by WU Provost Office, a steering committee designed a professional leadership development program for Danforth Campus staff • Purpose: • To enhance the growth and contributions of staff through an ongoing leadership development program • To provide the University with a cadre of leaders who can contribute to University-wide initiatives and projects

  3. Advisory Committee • Co-chair: Julia Macias Garcia, Campus Life/ Arts & Sciences • Co-chair: Gail Oltmanns, University Libraries • Co-chair: Shelley Milligan, Office of the Provost • Tara Bone, Office of EVC for Administration • Siomari Collazo-Colón, Brown School of Social Work • Pam Fournie, RAPS Project/Accounting Services • Heather Hageman, School of Medicine • Ken Keller, Arts & Sciences • Steve Malter, School of Business

  4. The Program Professional Leadership Academy & Network Impacting Tomorrow’s Education Today

  5. Program Overview • Intensive one-year program targeting eligible employees to develop a strategic network of staff • Curriculum designed to strengthen institutional knowledge, core leadership skills and appreciation for diversity • Combines classroom sessions, team projects and “lunch & learns” to build relationships and competencies

  6. Target Audiences • Key contributors currently in or poised for leadership opportunities • Committed to diversity of thought, perspective and identity and inclusion • Demonstrated communication/critical thinking skills • Collaborative and eager to learn and improve competencies • Appreciation for and desire to further knowledge of higher education

  7. REPLACE WITH SCREEN GRAB OF “PLAN” PAGE with updated picture

  8. Program Activities • LEARN at • Three 3-day classroom sessions • Mentoring “lunch and learns” with University administrators • COLLABORATE to • Devise strategic solutions on University project(s) • Deliver project presentations to University leadership • Attend program-end recognition ceremony

  9. leadership.provost.wustl.edu • Call to action • Consider which staff might benefit from participating • Respond to staff queries as information rolls-out • Nominate and/or approve your staff applicants • Key dates • May 29, 2012 Nominations/applications due • Early July, 2012 2012 class announced • TBD August, 2012 Orientation reception • Sep. 13-15, Nov 8-10, 2012 Classroom sessions* and Feb. 7-9, 2013 • Oct., Dec., Jan., Mar., and Apr. Mentoring lunch & learns • May 22, 2013 Graduation presentations *Each classroom session will be held all day Thursday and Friday & Saturday morning.

  10. Thank You • Questions? • Contact steering committee co-chairs: Julia Macias Garcia, 935-8379 or julia.macias@wustl.edu Gail Oltmanns, 935-9334 or goltmanns@wustl.edu Shelley Milligan, 935-6232 or shelley_milligan@wustl.edu • Ideas? • If your department or school has a University project to suggest, please let us know For more information, visit leadership.provost.wustl.edu