Building Leadership Competency

  • 10 Apr 2014
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Granite State College, Concord NH

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Building Leadership Competency

Leadership competencies are critical to the success of organizations in today's workplace. Organizations using a competency-based model have found that it contributes to better-informed decisions and processes in hiring, developing and promoting leaders in their firm.

In this workshop we will explore the competency model developed by Granite State College's Masters in Leadership Program. They have identified and developed a leadership model comprised of core competencies that are essential to developing successful leaders in the workforce. In addition to the core competencies Granite State College has identified, they will discuss tools to help you define the leadership attributes that are distinctive to your individual organization.

In this session you will discuss:

  1. Current key leadership competencies and trends.
  2. How competencies can help you identify and develop leaders in your organization.
  3. Tools to help you identify competencies that are essential to your organization.
  4. How to begin developing a competency model unique to your organization.
Following our session there will be an opportunity to take a tour of Granite State College's new Concord campus and hear how they have become the fastest growing public institution in New England.

About the Speaker: Dr. Johnna Herrick-Phelps, Ph.D, Program Director for Graduate Leadership Studies at Granite State College. She holds a M.S. in Organizational Management and Leadership from Springfield College, an M.A. in Human Development and a Ph.D in Human and Organizational Development Systems from Fielding Graduate University.

Her teaching philosophy is learner oriented and involves a mix of instructional approaches that she tailors to fit each teaching and learning situation. She believes exposing learners to an array of instructional strategies and contexts contributes to expanding their learning potential and helps to open them to new ways of thinking.

 



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