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Applying an FYE Shared Leadership Model. Presented by Nancy Twynam and Kathy Mitchell,. Yukon. North West Territories. British Columbia. Nunavut. C A N A D A. Kamloops. Labrador. Alberta. Manitoba. Newfoundland. Saskatchewan. Ontario. Quebec. Prince Edward Island. New

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applying an fye shared leadership model

Applying an FYE Shared Leadership Model

Presented by

Nancy Twynam

and Kathy Mitchell,

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Yukon

North

West

Territories

British

Columbia

Nunavut

C A N A D A

Kamloops

Labrador

Alberta

Manitoba

Newfoundland

Saskatchewan

Ontario

Quebec

Prince Edward

Island

New

Brunswick

Nova

Scotia

United States

history of the fye initiative
History of the FYE Initiative
  • Encouraged from Senior Management
  • Team attendance at FYE Conference for Vancouver 2003
    • Post conference debriefing nightly
    • Regular team meetings for updates on initiatives
  • Support for attendance at relevant conferences
    • Team approach
goals of fye initiative
Goals of FYE Initiative
  • To foster a purposeful, coherent approach to students’ transition to TRU
  • To support student success in both the specific and broad educational process in which they are engaged while they are TRU students.
      • academic achievement
      • student leadership
      • personal development
      • employment transition
fye shared leadership model
FYE Shared Leadership Model

FYE Leadership Team

fye shared leadership model1

New FYE

Initiative

Orientation

Student

Leadership

Open

House

Spring Break

Conference

FYE Shared Leadership Model

Supplemental

Learning

Foundations

For Success

FYE Leadership Team

student leadership initiative needs assessment
Student Leadership InitiativeNeedsAssessment

Sources:

Focus Groups

Nominal Group Technique (Claxton, Ritchie, Zaichkowsky,1980)

Students currently involved in leadership activities:

*Service Learning

*Supplemental Learning

*Peer Support

*Athletics

*Student Government & First Nations Student Leaders

*Greek Organizations

*Scholarship Recipients

*Orientation

*Wellness centre

*Students at large, clubs, National representation

focus group results
Focus Group Results
  • Communication of leadership opportunities and activities
  • Training programs
  • Academic recognition of leadership roles
  • Cohesive leadership team
  • Community involvement (internal & external)
  • Diversity
  • TRU recognized by external community
design
Design
  • Create a campus-wide committee to plan and implement a student leadership program
  • Develop a mission statement
  • Develop program goals
  • Develop terms of reference
  • Develop program/timeline/audience/budget
  • Conduct program
  • Evaluate and revise
budget
Budget
  • December 2004 $5000.00

(Conference Subsidy)

  • January 2005 $0
  • January 2006 $5000.00

(program designer)

  • Sept 2006-2007 $30,000 est
administration faculty staff support
Administration/Faculty/Staff Support

Champions for the program

“What’s in it for them?”

  • What does a TRU Grad look like?
  • Service learning
  • Community liaison
  • Volunteerism
  • Academics
pilot
Pilot

Begins Fall 2006

  • Student Leader recruitment
  • Leadership workshops
  • Certificates
  • Leadership retreat
  • Opportunities for leadership involvement (TRU & Community)
  • Recognition events and awards
assessment
ASSESSMENT

Mid-year review (SWOT) December 2006

End-of-year review (SWOT) April 2006

SWOT

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

SOURCES:

  • TRU Office of Institutional Research and Planning documents
  • Student Leadership participants survey and focus groups
  • Refer to other institutions for benchmarks
tips tricks
TIPS & TRICKS
  • Design program based on student graduate profile and institutional expectations.
  • Political savvy “Mr. VP you’re invited to the leadership luncheon, - oh and here’s the bill.”
  • Right senior management
  • Provide relevant senior management with the right tools to promote the program to the senior executive
  • Find champions
more tips tricks
More Tips & Tricks
  • Time management
  • Leave office to do planning
  • Side of desk - release time
  • Communication
  • Work with positive responses
even more tips tricks
Even More Tips & Tricks
  • Start VERY small – not too costly
  • Creative funding
  • Do an evaluation and pay close attention to the results
  • Have FUN!
avoiding traps
Avoiding Traps
  • Institutional changes (strategic plans, status, legislation)
  • Mission statements
  • Restructuring – change of senior management and champions
  • Stay within collective agreements
avoiding traps1
Avoiding Traps
  • Faculty buy-in
  • Idea generators versus doers
  • Focus on positive responses
  • Lobby for release time versus “off the side of your desk”
  • Commitment for meetings
designing a student leadership program within a shared leadership model
Designing a Student Leadership Program within a Shared Leadership Model
  • Focus Group – who to invite
  • Design – what does it look like
  • Budget- creative sources
  • Key Stakeholders
  • Pilot
  • Assessment
  • Tips, Tricks & Traps
where to from here
Where to from here?

Creating a Shared Leadership Model:

  • Put some one in charge
  • Create a team
  • Brainstorm for initiatives
  • Establish ownership for each initiative
  • Meet regularly
  • Don’t compete with others within model – synergy creates attention and $$
  • Follow same format for EACH initiative
designing the fye program initiatives
Designing the FYE Program Initiatives

Proposed FYE Leadership Team