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  1. Center for Leadership and Service Joshua Funderburke Advisor Workshop January 25, 2013

  2. Overview (What) Mission The Center for Leadership and Service educates students through meaningful experiences designed to prepare socially responsible individuals to create positive sustainable change. Programming The (CLS) also provides educational programs, workshops and conferences; coordinates community service, leadership, and service learning opportunities for students; develops reciprocal relationships with the community in order to best serve all parties; and will serve as a resource for faculty and staff on these topics. (How) OVERVIEW

  3. Overview Why The University of Florida has the responsibility to provide the next generation of civic and corporate leaders the knowledge, skills, and energy to empower their followers to realize their full potential. OVERVIEW

  4. Programs and Services Programs/Services OVERVIEW

  5. Programs and Services Programs/Services OVERVIEW

  6. Programs and Services Programs/Services OVERVIEW

  7. Creating a Leadership Development Certificate Step 1 – Leadership Audit • Leadership opportunity (program/class/activity/event/workshop/conference/institute) title • How often is this opportunity offered? • Who is eligible to participate (what population)? • Will it be available to Innovation Academy Students? • What is the time commitment for participants? • How do students sign up/register for this opportunity? • Is there a limit to the number of participants? • Which values from the UF Leadership Model does this opportunity address? • Explain how your opportunity addresses these values: • Please provide a short description including the type of opportunity (class, event, workshop, conference, etc.), and what components it includes (service, reflection, experiential, etc.) LDC OVERVIEW Progs/Services

  8. Creating a Leadership Development Certificate Step 2 – Leadership Map North Central College Involvement Plan LDC OVERVIEW Progs/Services

  9. Creating a Leadership Development Certificate Step 3 – Leadership Development Certificate Idea 1: LDC OVERVIEW Progs/Services

  10. Creating a Leadership Development Certificate Step 3 – Leadership Development Certificate Idea 2: University of Arizona ATLAS LDC OVERVIEW Progs/Services

  11. Conclusion Overview The University of Florida has the responsibility to provide the next generation of civic and corporate leaders the knowledge, skills, and energy to empower their followers to realize their full potential. Conduct campus-wide leadership and service audit Create a “map” of leadership and service experiences offered at UF Create a University-wide Leadership Development Certificate Inspire students to do the things that inspire them Conclusion OVERVIEW SERVE LDC

  12. Center for Leadership and Service Thank You

  13. Year One – Focus on Individual • Self-Awareness • Take at least one of the following: True Colors, StrengthsQuest, MBTI, LPI, EQi and then attend a follow-up/debrief session • Attend the Involve*Lead*Succeed Conference, Women’s Leadership Conference, or Black Student Leadership Conference • Attend Gator Plunge • Attend LeaderShape • Attend a general presentation on the UF leadership model • Attend a Counseling and Wellness Center workshop • Schedule a consultation with a CRC Ambassador • Commitment • Schedule a consultation with IDEAL or with a CLS staff member • After your consultation chose an organization/club/group/committee/team to join • Get a job on campus • Attend the Volunteer Organization Fair, Student Organization Fair, or GatorMania • Serve as an executive board member in an organization or an ambassador for an office • Integrity • Attend a workshop on ethics or ethical leadership (Student Ambassadors of Civility and Ethics or CLS Ambassadors) • Attend a program during Ethics & Civility Week • Check out a book on ethical leadership from the CLS library • Take class on ethics • Serve on Student Conduct Committee (SCCR) • Interview a staff member from SCCR, Conduct Committee, or a professor that teaches ethics (we’ll provide sample questions)

  14. Year Two – Focus on Group • Inclusiveness • Attend a training session/program through MCDA • Attend a Gator Allies training session • Attend Gator Global Initiative • Attend Gatorship • Attend two programs during two different cultural awareness months (Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Women’s History Month, PRIDE Month, Islam Awareness, etc) • Take a class focused on diversity • Study Abroad and attend Intercultural Competence workshop through the International Center • Serve as Resident Assistant with DOHRE • Civil Discourse • Serve as a small group facilitator for GGI or LIVE CLS, a TRIP Leader, a FAB Site Leader, or a Rec Sports Official • Attend a workshop on communication (CLS Ambassadors) • Take a communications class • Attend Mediation training (SCCR) • Collaboration • Participate in a group service project (Gator Plunge, Service in the Swamp, MLK Day of Service, FAB trip) • Help plan a program in an organization that you are a member of • Participate in a group project as part of a class • Help plan a program in the CLS on one of the programming committees • Attend LeaderShape • Serve as a captain for a Rec Sports team

  15. Year Three – Focus on Community • Social Responsibility • Complete 100 hours of community service and apply for Presidential Service Award • Create a project to address a need in your community (campus or Gainesville/Alachua County) • Participate in a FAB trip • Serve as a Site Leader for Service in the Swamp • Volunteer in the Office of Sustainability • Become a mentor

  16. ATLAS Certificates - Find the one that's right for you! • be a leader • ATLAS has a variety of programs to choose from so that you can tailor your experience to meet your needs. Choose the program that is right for you! Click on the links below to learn more about each program we offer: • be engaging: an event planning series • be well: a leadership and wellness series • be successful: a leadership skills and applications series • be intentional: a principles of leadership series • be effective: an organizational leadership series • be connected: a service leadership series • be courageous: a social justice series • be digital: a virtual leadership series

  17. be successful: a leadership skills and applications series • The ATLAS be successful leadership skills and applications series is designed to give participants an opportunity to learn practical leadership skills to apply in their everyday lives. Listed after each workshop description are the primary Student Leadership Competencies developed. • In order to complete the certificate, participants must complete 6 of the 7 workshops, the Hands On activity and a reflective meeting with an ATLAS mentor. • The workshops in the series are: • Managing Your Time Effectively Classes, work, involvement, leadership, and some fun on the side--how do you fit it all in? Come learn how to effectively strategize your schedule and find ways to work smarter, not harder. (Time Management) • Setting Effective Goals "A goal without a plan is just a wish" --Antoine de Saint-Exupery. This workshop will focus not only on the importance of goals, but effective ways to set them so you have a plan for success. (Goals and Plan) • Professional Communications r u emailing ur profs w/ txt language? Maybe there's a better plan. This workshop will help you ensure that those you are communicating with get the best impression possible. (Oral Communication and Nonverbal Communication) • The Art of Facilitation So now you're the club president…now what? Facilitating meetings and other group activities can be a lot of fun, but also very challenging. This workshop will focus on skills that can make your facilitation go much more smoothly. (Facilitation) • Public Speaking Strategies Leaders often need to speak in public, which can be very difficult for many people. But, learning to use effective public speaking tools can help you connect with your audience and motivate them. This workshop will offer practical tools to use when standing at the podium. (Confidence, Oral Communication, Nonverbal Communication, Feedback, Providing Feedback) • Critical Thinking Leaders need to be able to think critically...but what does that mean? This workshop will look at the concept--and practice--of critical thinking. (Analysis) • Problem Solving Many leaders are faced with the need to solve problems. Building on the concepts from the critical thinking workshops, this session will focus on effective methods for problem solving. (Analysis, Evaluation, and Problem Solving) • Hands on! After completing this series, you will work with ATLAS staff to find an opportunity to facilitate (or co-facilitate) a workshop.