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PROGRAM GRADUATION AND PRESENTATIONS

2010 Leadership Class Pledge:  "For all actions I take, I pledge to explore and take into account my leadership responsibility to the greater good of Stanford University.  I will consider the implications of my actions, not only to my organization, but to the advancement of broader university objectives.  And as a leadership team, we will support each other in the pursuit of Stanford’s dedication to finding solutions to the World’s Great Challenges.”  

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Leadership @ Stanford Graduates, 2010


Presentation One:  “What We Have Learned”
 
Sandip Darji, Jim Henry, Tom Schnaubelt, Becky Vogel

Presentation Two: “Leveraging our Leadership”
Niraj Dangoria, Sandy Meyer, Matthew Ricks, Katherine Ho

Presentation Three:  “Leadership at Stanford”
Julia Tussing, Amy Paulsen, Amy Balsom

Concluding Statement:  “Stanford leaders are passionate about the university and its mission.  They embrace the culture and values of the institution.  They pioneer new approaches through innovation and dedication; taking the long view and having the persistence to see their efforts through to fruition.  They recognize the importance of collaboration across organizational boundaries.  Stanford leaders support and nurture the university community, and feel a kinship with generations of people who have shared the Stanford experience.”

 

Program Objectives

Welcome to Leadership @ Stanford! You and the other participants from across the Stanford community are representative of an outstanding group of staff important to the University's future. With the support of President Hennessy, and many leading administrators, this important program demonstrates Stanford's commitment to developing our next generation of leadership.

By participating in this program you will have opportunities to:

  • Enhance your leadership capability and effectiveness
  • Expand your knowledge of the University and its current
    and future challenges
  • Broaden your appreciation for Stanford's culture and history
  • Foster a sense of community by strengthening relationships across units
  • Participate actively in a culture of development


PROGRAM DATES and locations

 

Program Overview
October 20
Encina Commons 124
Session One
October 21-22
Encina Commons 124

 

Session Two
December 8-9

Arrillaga Alumni Center
Fisher Conference Rooms

Session Three
January 26-27

SLAC

Redwood Rooms

Session Four
March 18-19

Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge

Session Five
April 21-22

Y2E2
Room #299

Session Six
June 8-9
Faculty Club
Gold Lounge

 

 

 

 

“I drank the kool-aid by the end of Day 1 – this program has transformed my practice!” 
Participant, Class of 2010

 

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Program FACILITATORs

Brian McDonald 
MOR Associates, Inc. 
617-924-4501                                               
morbrian@aol.com

 

Allison Hecimovich
Learning & Development, Stanford University
650-725-6700
ahecimov@stanford.edu

 

Kathy Geller
Learning & Development, Stanford University
650-723-8415
kgeller@stanford.edu

program communications and 360° survey administration

Alexis Bywater
MOR Associates, Inc.
617-924-4501
abywater@morassociates.com

 

 

 


 

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