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  1. College Effectiveness Council Fiscal Year: 2008/09 Meeting 1 – September 9, 2008, 2-3:30 CWL Seminar Room C

  2. SACS Process, www.sacscoc.org

  3. Important GCC Planning Sites • Strategic Planning Online https://think.grayson.edu/spolnet/ • College Effectiveness Council http://www.grayson.edu/~stark/CEC.asp • Staff Development http://www.grayson.edu/~stark/staffDevelopment.asp • GCC Planning Calendar http://www.grayson.edu/~stark/CEC/GCC_Planning_Cycle_2.pdf

  4. CEC Quarterly Meetings • September 9, 2008 • November 11, 2008 • February 10, 2009 • April 14, 2009

  5. Agenda - September 9, 2008 • College Effectiveness Council Environmental Scanning • Once the academic year is underway, College Effectiveness Council looks at environmental trends within and outside of the College, including performance data and reports from workgroups on student success • Fall Status Reports on Planning Objectives • Unit managers are asked to enter status reports into SPOL three times during the year – this first status report should be a reflection on early progress towards meeting objectives and on experiences from the Summer semesters – unit managers will use student success and/or other data to analyze preliminary results

  6. CEC Environmental Scanning • External Team – Shelle Cassell & Giles Brown • Internal Team – Jean Sorenson & Donna King • Internal Team – Steve Black & Kim Faris • Value Team – David Foster & Ginger Hughes

  7. SPOL Status Reports • Unit managers are asked to enter status reports into SPOL three times during the year – this first status report should be a reflection on early progress towards meeting objectives and on experiences from the Summer semesters – unit managers will use student success and/or other data to analyze preliminary results • https://think.grayson.edu/spolnet/

  8. More Business • SACS Sub-C – Jeanie, Ann, Mark, Lisa, Janet, Debbie • Vision, mission, goals task force – David, Ann, Shelle, Ginger, Yasminda, Mark • Balanced Scorecard – SPOL Accountability Measures, President’s Executive Council, David, Patty, Steve, Debbie • Shooting for Success Teambuilding – Staff Development Resource Team, Giles, Wendell http://www.grayson.edu/~stark/staffDevelopment.asp • SACS Leadership Team – Alan, Jeanie, Gary, Wendell, Giles, Jean Sorenson, Debbie • SENSE Survey of Entering Student Engagement – 9-22 to 10-3

  9. GCC Driving Forces Identified by the External Team External forces are social, technological, economic, environmental, and political (STEEP) • Identify external forces that present opportunities • Identify external forces that present threats/concerns

  10. GCC Driving Forces Identified by the Internal Team • Identify internal forces that present opportunities – Strengths of GCC • Identify internal forces that present threats/concerns – Weaknesses of GCC

  11. GCC Driving Forces Identified by the Value Team • Identify GCC values that present opportunities • Identify GCC values that present threats/concerns

  12. Sample Values Excellence – We reach to achieve the highest quality in all we do Integrity – We speak and act truthfully, without hidden agendas. We admit our mistakes, say when we do not know, and honor our commitments Accountable – We hold ourselves and each other accountable for student success but we do not place blame Diversity – We value and encourage diversity, intercultural competence, originality, innovation, and vision--freeing students and employees to try something new, expecting follow-through, and using creative ideas that work Mutual Trust – We value students and employees assuming our motives are trustworthy Teamwork – We work with students and employees to achieve common goals--looking beyond self-interests, help build consensus toward positive results, and help one another shape meaningful lives Joy – We value laughter, play, love, kindness, celebration, and joy in our learning and work--taking our learning and work seriously and ourselves lightly

  13. Viking Values – 2-13-07 Current • GCC’s Current Philosophy • Grayson County College, as the community's college, embraces lifelong learning • focused on educational, cultural, social and public service activities designed to • tangibly enrich the individual and our community Proposed Core Values • Learning and growing • Serving the community • Working together • Promoting efficiency • Producing successful results • Life-long learning • Integrity (2 recommendations) • Kindness • Responsible • Accessibility • Diversity • Innovation • Extraordinary respect for each other and our students and our community • Passionate commitment to being “the best” • Encouraging a culture of high expectations

  14. CEC Team Values – 11-14-06 • Be open minded • Not self-serving • Respect time • Be prepared • Have fun • Be productive • Don’t take things personally • Trust • Positive Attitude • Be present….be involved • Share • Compromise • Gather facts • Integrity (Do the right thing consistently) • NO BLAME • See end result, fruition • Be committed and loyal to the CEC, colleagues and process • See the big picture/little picture