Are you actively building a high impact leadership development program to identify and groom future leaders?
Learn how to identify, groom, and support future leaders by developing an effective in-house leadership development program (LDP). You will learn how to organize your LDP and gain dozens of resources and activities that you can incorporate directly into your program to ensure that it remains impactful for years to come. Highly-rated by past attendees, this conference is:
You will leave with a leadership development map to help you apply the aspects that you think will fit best with your specific institutional goals and constraints. This highly-interactive event is limited to just 50 attendees.
How the University of South Carolina Got its Leadership Development Programming off the Ground
How Anoka-Ramsey Community College Built a Talent Bench and Facilitated More Collaborative Decision Making in Less than a Year
Included in your registration fee is a 400 page workbook complete with sample leadership programs, assessments and tools, articles and a comprehensive outline to guide the development or improvement of your leadership program.
This program has been designed for those who are just starting out or are trying to make existing programs more comprehensive. Those who want to develop campus administrators (department heads, project leaders, and supervisors) and academic leaders (e.g., chairs, center directors, deans, and the general faculty ) in either separate or mixed LDPs will benefit.
We welcome those who have primary responsibility for the design, development, and oversight of the LDP. This could include representatives from the President’s office, Provost’s office, Human Resources, Organizational Development, etc.
We want you to be satisfied with your Academic Impressions learning experience. If the program you purchased fails to meet your expectations, please contact us within 30 days and let us know. We’ll credit the full amount you paid toward another AI program that may better fit your needs.
Learning Outcome:After participating in this conference, you will be able to plan or make improvements to an in-house leadership development program.
We will also explore the critical question of how leaders learn, and how your high-impact leadership program can get people on the path to self-awareness and openness to learning.
David Kiel has created 7 separate leadership development programs for faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill and consulted on strategic planning and leadership with other R-1s, doctoral-level Institutions, 4 year colleges, and community colleges.
From 1985 to 2010 he consulted with leaders in government, non-profit, and small businesses organizations, primarily in the areas of strategic planning, change management, leadership development, team building, and conflict resolution. He has written numerous articles on leadership development, change management, and organizational development. He is a member of POD, NTL, and the Triangle OD Network.
Papers Published with Academic Impressions:
Creating a Faculty Leadership Development Program
Dr. Sanaghan serves as the head of The Sanaghan Group, an organizational firm specializing in leadership development, executive coaching, strategic planning, and leadership transitions. Pat has worked with over 200 campuses and hundreds of organizations in the last twenty-five years. He has taught leadership to thousands of leaders in higher education, and helped over one hundred campuses conduct collaborative, transparent strategic planning processes. He is the co-author/author of six books, numerous articles, and several monographs in the fields of strategic planning, leadership, and change management. His most recent books include: Collaborative Leadership in Action and How to Actually Build an Exceptional Team. Dr. Sanaghan also serves as a board member of the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, MN.
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Crowne Plaza Denver Downtown1450 Glenarm PlaceDenver, CO 80202
To reserve your room, please call 303-573-1450. Please indicate that you are with the Academic Impressions group to receive the group rate.
The rate is $190 for single or double occupancy, plus applicable tax.
A room block has been reserved for the nights of November 2-3, 2016.
Make your reservations prior to October 19, 2016. There are a limited number of rooms available at the conference rate. Please make your reservations early. Rooms are subject to hotel availability.
Experience a refreshing urban retreat in the heart of the Mile High City at the Crowne Plaza Denver Downtown. Located in Downtown Denver, the hotel and meeting rooms offer engaging spaces for working and relaxing.
Hotel DescriptionThe Crowne Plaza Denver is walking distance from exciting attractions, shopping, restaurants, and sports and entertainment venues. One block from the Colorado Convention Center, the hotel is steps from Denver Art Museum, Denver Pavilions, Downtown Aquarium, Denver Center for the Performing Arts and the hip LoDo district. Play at Elitch Gardens Theme Park, Denver Zoo, Coors Field and the Pepsi Center.
Getting to the hotel is easy by plane, light rail, train or bus. The hotel is located only 26 miles from the Denver International Airport (DEN). The hotel is within walking distance of the Denver's Public Transit that can whisk you to nearby train stations for transfers to local neighborhoods and cities.
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"As a result of the conference, I can effectively implement, design, develop, and evaluate an in-house, high-impact leadership development program."- Christina Collins, Director of Professional Development, Ivy Tech Community College
"I now feel equipped with the information and tools needed to develop and run a successful LD program!"- Jean McGill; Assistant Vice President, Human Resources; Goodwin College
"Hands-on experience and real world tools to help you address campus leadership."- Melissa Kirk, Chief of Staff to the Provost, Lehman College
"Any person who is part of the post-secondary industry will want to participate in this seminar if they have interest in improving or implementing a leadership development program."- John Cornwell, Associate Controller, University of Saskatchewan
"An exceptional ‘train the trainer’ program on the most pressing issue facing contemporary universities - developing and inspiring academic leaders."- Jim Weese, PhD., Professor and Dean, University of Western Ontario
"This conference provided me with a reflective yet tangible space to think through the complexities of our leadership program. [The instructors’] expertise and insight was invaluable, especially considering our program didn't necessarily fit into a typical "LDP" program in higher education."- Sarah Glen, Instructor, McMaster University
"Terrific training by superb facilitators. I wish I could have taken my whole team. Here's what I learned: leadership is learned, and anyone can be leaders."- Anonymous
"This was a wonderful opportunity to interact with others who share similar experiences in developing leadership programs within higher education."- Brynn Rousselin, Manager of Leadership, Management, and Learning Design for the Center for Workplace Learning and Performance, Penn State University
"This program is unique and packed with valuable, relevant resources."- Laurie Mills, Manager, Organizational Development and Learning, University of British Columbia
"As you leave this conference, you walk away with assessments and many other tools to make you a better leader which will give your LDP more credibility. The passion you leave with will be contagious!"- Deb LaMere, Director of Human Resources, Northern Michigan University
“AI offers a program that is simultaneously thought provoking and practical. This is not easy, but it seems natural in the way the program was delivered.”- Robert Underwood, President, University of Guam
“I was apprehensive about the cost, which is higher than institutional conferences. After attending, I view it as an incredible value.”- Bill Watson, Director, Parker University
“Great opportunity to build relationships and experience activities that you can use in your own leadership design.”- Kate Harrington, HR Specialist for Learning and Development, Smith College
“The conference provided a lot of practical tools and insights into what is an effective leadership development program. Very glad I attended! My organization is going to benefit greatly from what I learned and who I met.”- Heather Beairsto, Manager of Strategic Planning and Organizational Effectiveness, Regional Municipality of York
“Wonderful program, content received will be applied and help guide our institution's leadership programs!”- Patty Charlton, Senior Vice President, College of Southern Nevada
“The conference provided an opportunity to meet and network with a diverse group of individuals with various levels of expertise and experience with leadership development in the PSE sector. [The instructors] were outstanding in their ability and willingness to share their expert knowledge expert knowledge and experience in a safe and comfortable manner. I leave feeling confident that I now have the tools to develop a high impact leadership program for our academic leaders. Thank you!”- Tracey Jandrisits, Assistant Vice President of Faculty and Academic Staff Relations, University of Guelph
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