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LDW PROGRAM: de Vries & Leavitt Change Process ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ Peer Learning Group Participant Group LDW Alumni Consultants/ Facilitators Planning Group Coordinator Organisational Partners Senior Men Senior Women Supervisors &

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LDW PROGRAM: de Vries & Leavitt

Change Process

Peer Learning

Group

Participant

Group

LDW Alumni

Consultants/ Facilitators

Planning

Group

Coordinator

OrganisationalPartners

Senior

Men

Senior

Women

Supervisors &

Colleagues

Executive

Champion/s

Organisational

Symbols

Development

Programs

Mentors

The Women

The LDW Program

Learningcomponents

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LDW PROGRAM: de Vries & Leavitt

Change Process

Consultants/ Facilitators

Planning

Group

Coordinator

The Women

Peer Learning

Group

Participant

Group

LDW Alumni

The LDW Program

Learningcomponents

OrganisationalPartners

Senior

Men

Senior

Women

Supervisors &

Colleagues

Executive

Champion/s

Organisational

Symbols

Development

Programs

Mentors

outcomes for the women
Outcomes for the women
  • Career foundations
  • directions, confidence & belonging
  • Career building
  • networking and connecting
  • Career steps
  • priorities, promotion, secondments
outcomes for academic women
Outcomes: for academic women
  • More pro-active in leadership
  • Mentoring others
  • Increased profile/visibility
  • Applied for and achieved promotion
  • Changes in committee participation
  • Increased participation in networks
  • Improved work life balance
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hopeful

inspired

Go

challenged

empowered

connected

re-energized

optimistic

way forward

reflective

satisfied

peer learning
Peer Learning
  • Based on Action Learning
  • Learning process, not a task (no project)
  • Personal learning focus around a shared theme
  • ‘Critical friend’ (support and challenge)
  • Interim report back
    • Small wins process
    • Cultural literacy
  • Final Presentation
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We all benefited from sharing our experiences and helping each other to get the balance right. It was a great supportive group and we still keep in touch. While doing LDW I made some decisions about my future, including doing my PhD. My peer group’shonest advice and personal experiences about studying for a PhD helped me realise exactly what I was getting myself in to.
program components
Program components
  • Launch
  • Three day core programme
  • Mentor scheme
  • Series of leadership skills workshops:

career building, work/life balance, communication skills, managing working relationships, workplace culture, acting strategically, visibility

  • Peer Learning Groups
  • Final workshop
steering group
Steering Group
  • Terms of reference
  • Group composition
  • Strategic direction and priorities
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Ensuring adequate support and resourcing
  • Participation in program activities
mentoring
Mentoring
  • All participants matched with a mentor
  • Parallel journey with the program
  • Two-way learning
  • Networks and connections to the organisation
  • Training and support provided for mentors and mentees
symbols
Symbols
  • Launch
  • Venue/catering – how the women are treated
  • Recognition of time needed to attend
  • How senior staff talk about the program
  • How backlash is dealt with -
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“This is not about equity,

this is about being the

best institution we can be”

Vice-Chancellor Alan Robson.