IT Leaders @ University of Wisconsin System
This Leadership Program for the University of Wisconsin System has been designed:
We have two videos that tell more about the program from the MOR team and from past program participants:
Participants will enjoy a comprehensive program structured around three tracks...
A Workshop Track
This track consists of five intensive workshop sessions focused on providing a conceptual framework while building selected competencies needed to fulfill the leadership and management roles particular to university IT organizations.
The five sessions are spaced over eight months, each with pre-work and application assignments to be completed between the sessions.
An Applied Learning Track
An applied learning track will engage participants in practicing the leadership ideas and lessons presented during the course of the program. Individuals will be encouraged to apply what they learn to their current work and report back on their experiences; they will engage in small experiments to test out new approaches; and they will explore strategic issues important to their field.
An Individual Development Track
Each participant is expected to commit to an individual development plan that includes receiving feedback from a 360° survey process, completing a self-assessment, establishing goals, and participating in one-on-one coaching sessions. This program component is designed to support people doing the individual "work on self" that is a critical dimension of the developmental process.
Workshops in the Program
Session One • Leadership and Management
Presence and Presentation
Introduction to Strategic Thinking
Session Three • Building Your Interpersonal Skills and Exercising Influence
Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
Session Four • Leading Change and Delivering Results
Session Five • Developing People and Continuing Your Leadership Journey
Talent Management, The Leader's Role in Developing People
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