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Ready. Set. Lead: Hitting the Mark with New Leadership Programs. OCPA/OASPA Presentation Friday, February 3, 2006 Jen Conti, Director of Student Activities Mandy Powell, Student Development Coordinator Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, Ohio. Program Objectives .

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ready set lead hitting the mark with new leadership programs

Ready. Set. Lead: Hitting the Mark with New Leadership Programs

OCPA/OASPA Presentation

Friday, February 3, 2006

Jen Conti, Director of Student Activities

Mandy Powell, Student Development Coordinator

Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, Ohio

program objectives
Program Objectives
  • To share information regarding new leadership initiatives at Ohio Dominican University.
  • To identify critical factors to address when developing a leadership program.
  • To share ideas and best practices for leadership programming.
a little about odu
A little about ODU
  • Private, Catholic - the only Catholic University in Columbus
  • Approximately 1,400 undergraduate students
  • 800 students live on campus; 400 beds added in F04
  • Large commuter population
  • Large adult student population
student development at odu
Student Development at ODU
  • Small Offices with small staffs
  • Vice President for Student Development & Dean of Retention
  • Dean of Student Resources - and Orientation
  • Student Activities
  • Residence Life
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Student Development at ODU
  • International Programs
  • Career Development
  • Athletics
  • Campus Ministry
  • Student Health
  • Student Counseling
history of co curricular opportunities
History of Co-Curricular Opportunities
  • Campus activities have increased as the resident student population increased
  • Numerous new organizations starting this year
  • Student Government, Panther Activities Council, student organizations, and the Student Activities Office
panther leadership academy pla
Panther Leadership Academy (PLA)
  • Where did we start and how we began:
    • Resources from other colleagues at other institutions
    • Pulled from past experiences
    • Emphasized early and continued communication
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Panther Leadership Academy (PLA)
  • Meetings with related offices throughout the process:
    • Student Development - International, Career, Counseling, Residence Life, Division Meeting
    • University President
    • Alumni Relations
    • Business Division
goals learning outcomes of pla
Goals & Learning Outcomes of PLA
  • Students will gain a sense of self and understanding of where they are in their own leadership development.
  • Students will gain an understanding of the definition of leadership and related concepts.
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Goals & Learning Outcomes of PLA
  • Students will gain a foundation of leadership skills to build upon their journey as a life-long learner.
  • Students will gain a working knowledge of University and community resources and will expand their network of peers and professionals.
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Goals & Learning Outcomes of PLA
  • Students will gain experience in working with others to understand group dynamics and interpersonal relationships.
  • Students will gain an understanding of good citizenship and leadership beyond their experiences at ODU.
learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes
  • Through involvement in leadership development initiatives and co-curricular opportunities, students will gain experiences in the areas outlined in the Ohio Dominican University Learning Outcomes:
    • Socratic Self Examination
    • Critical Communication
    • Social Responsibility
    • Narrative/Aesthetic Imagination
    • Quantitative/Scientific Reasoning
    • Moral/Ethical Imagination
    • Understanding the Catholic Dominican Tradition
elements of pla
Elements of PLA
  • Certified Peer Educator Training
  • Leadership Workshop Series (featuring a variety of presenters)
  • Student Organization Presidents’ Retreat and Officer Orientation
  • Field Trips
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Elements of PLA
  • Annual Leadership Institute - Proposed
  • Recommended Events
  • Recognition
  • Future element - summer leadership program
group discussion
Group Discussion
  • What do programs look like at your campuses?
  • What factors were considered when starting your leadership programs?
  • What are your “best practices”?
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Group Discussion
  • What advice would you give for programs that are just beginning?
  • What print materials (books, inventories, etc.) compliment your leadership programs?
contact information
Contact Information

Jen Conti ~

contij@ohiodominican.edu

(614) 251-4726

Mandy Powell ~

powellm@ohiodominican.edu

(614) 251-4726