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Leadership Development Models for
Advisors and Administrators
Tara Stopfel Warden
NACADA Annual Conference 2014
Leadership in Advising
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What do we teach
advisors and
administrators about
leadership?
Leaders Eat Last
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Simon Sinek (2014)
Biochemical underpinnings
of leadership
Leadership is sacrifice – it
is service
Highly effective
organizations create
trusting, safe work
environments
Leaders Eat Last
“Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe”
TED Talk (March 2014) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmyZMtPVodo
Simon Sinek
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“The cost of leadership is self-interest.”
“Leadership is a choice. It is not a rank.”
“Leaders have chosen to look out for the person to the
right of them … and to the left of them. This is what a
leader is.”
“If you get the environment right, every single one of us
has the capacity for these remarkable things. And more
importantly, others have that capacity too.”
“The only variable we can control is the environment
inside the organization. And that’s where leadership
matters, because it’s the leader that sets the tone.”
Simon Sinek
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“When a leader makes the choice to put the safety and
the lives of the people inside the organization first – to
sacrifice their comforts and sacrifice the tangible results
so that people remain, and feel safe and feel like they
belong – remarkable things happen.”
“The reason we like Southwest Airlines is because they
don’t fear their leaders.”
“When the people feel safe and protected by the
leadership in the organization, the natural reaction is to
trust and cooperate.”
What do we sacrifice for our
advisors? Our students?
The Leadership Challenge
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Jim Kouzes & Barry
Posner (5th ed.)
Decades of research
Most widely used
leadership model across
industries
Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership
Leadership Development for Advisors
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Distributed leadership
model at UC
Leadership Challenge
Seminar & Workshop
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Experiential Leadership
Development
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Annual UC Advising
Conference
Advisor Professional
Development Series
New Advisor Program
UC Advisor Manual Team
UCUAADA
Advisor Professional Development Series
2014
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Theories of Student
Development
Ethical Issues in Advising
Developing Your Resume
or Curriculum Vitae
Preparing Your NACADA
Conference Presentation
Financial Literacy for
Academic Advisors
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Issues Affecting Student
Academic Performance
Advising Adult Learners
Career Advising: Not Just
for Exploratory
Advisors and Social Media
and Advising: Meeting
Students Where They Are
Best Practices in Advising
Leadership Development for Advising
Administrators
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Executive Leadership
Series
“Manager as Leader”
Workshop
Leaders Eat Last book
study & retreat
Strategic planning process
Cross-mentoring
Individual consultation
More Recommendations from the
Leadership Bookshelf
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Simon Sinek
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Patrick Lencioni
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Start With Why
The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team
John Maxwell
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The 21 Irrefutable Laws of
Leadership
The 5 Levels of Leadership
Suggested Learning Outcomes
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Know relevant leadership
models and principles
Identify & discuss related
opportunities for change in
advising
Apply them in daily advising
practice and planning
Recognize the outcomes of
good leadership
Value the benefits of good
leadership practice
Tara Stopfel Warden
[email protected]
Provostal Liaison for Advising
Director, Advising & Academic Services
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