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  1. PREPARING COLLEGE STUDENTS & PRACTITIONERS FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE PROFESSION NCARB 2007 Dr. Cynthia Wolf Johnson University of North Carolina at Charlotte

  2. Leadership Literature to Date = Good Management (Rost, 1991, 1993) • Industrial Paradigm - focus on structural and functionalist view of organizations; focus on management; a focus on the leader; dominant objective of goal achievement, self-interested and individualistic outlook, male model of life, materialistic ethical perspective, rational, technocratic, linear, quantitative language and methodology. • Post Industrial Paradigm – focus on collaboration, common good, global concern, civic virtues, freedom of expression, critical dialogue, qualitative language and methodologies, consensus-oriented policy-making process, recognizing influence of culture, importance of relationships

  3. Do you utilize an Industrial Paradigm? Stability Structure Control Talk Hierarchy Money & Bottom Line Divisions of the University Teaching Providers Programs Learning in the Classroom Setting limits Do you utilize a Post Industrial Paradigm? Change/Risk Order Chaos Listening Web Values and Vision Communities of Learning Learning Partnerships Outcomes Learning everywhere Setting expectations AS ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONALS…

  4. Moral Dimension Relationship Focus on Process Development and Renewal Drive, Meaning and Vision Connections Shared Power Locations of Leadership Teachers Change Uniqueness of Person Leadership from Care Perspective Diverse Voices of Leadership(Allen, 1990)

  5. Cultural Influences (Wolf Johnson, 1995) • College students, & professionals, need and express desire for more leadership experiences in multiracial, multiethnic environments. • Need for placing culture (i.e,. cultural worldviews) at the core of one’s thinking and practice of leadership. • Need to focus on leadership as a process involving relationships. • Responsibility of colleges and universities for an integrated approach to leadership development… significant institutional impact.

  6. MODERN DEFINITIONS OF LEADERSHIP • ... an influence relationship among leaders and their collaborators who intend real changes that reflect their mutual purposes. (Rost, 1993) • ... a relational process of people together attempting to accomplish change or make a difference to benefit the common good. (Komives, Lucas & McMahon, 1998)

  7. RELATIONAL MODELof Leadership EMPOWERING INCLUSIVE PROCESS-ORIENTED ETHICAL PURPOSEFUL (Komives, Lucas & McMahon, 1998)

  8. Social Justice Equity Quality of Life Access and Opportunity Respect for Difference and Diversity Strengthen Democracy Civic Life & Responsibility Promote Cultural Enrichment Creative Expression Intellectual Honesty Advancement of Knowledge Personal Freedom and Social Responsibility VALUES ofLeadership in Higher Education(Kellogg, 2000)

  9. Putting it all Together Having the Necessary…. Knowledge Skills Attitudes Values Behaviors for Leadership

  10. “If higher education must assume some of the responsibility for the poor quality of leadership that currently characterizes much of American society, it also has the potential to produce future generations of transformative leaders who will be able to devise more effective solutions to some of our most pressing social problems. The real question is how members of the academic community can collaboratively work together to transform themselves and their institutions with the aim of giving leadership development the priority it deserves.” (Kellogg, 2001)