Title of Presentation

Developing Leaders for the Common Good

About the Presenter(s)

Madeline Weiler, leadership program manager, University of Dayton Center for Leadership Brent Kondritz, executive director, University of Dayton Center for Leadership

Location

Leadership and the Common Good

Start Date

7-1-2020 1:40 PM

Abstract/Description

Kennedy Union 331

According to Jack Zenger, a leadership consultant and researcher, people are not receiving leadership training until the age of 42, even though the expectation is that they get leadership training in their 20's! UDCL is committed to closing this gap by providing timely leadership development to students, staff and faculty alike. While leadership development is often regarded as a being only for those with management status, The University of Dayton's Catholic Marianist mission calls for all of us to demonstrate the qualities of a great leader. In order to develop student leaders for the common good, faculty and staff must be willing to model these same leadership behaviors. The Center for Leadership is a campus resource committed to collaborating across the University to provide meaningful development opportunities to students, faculty, and staff.

Goals for Attendees

Attendees will learn more about the Center for Leadership’s approach to leadership development as self-development and will leave with more knowledge on how UDCL can support their own personal growth, their department, and their students.

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Jan 7th, 1:40 PM

Developing Leaders for the Common Good

Leadership and the Common Good

Kennedy Union 331

According to Jack Zenger, a leadership consultant and researcher, people are not receiving leadership training until the age of 42, even though the expectation is that they get leadership training in their 20's! UDCL is committed to closing this gap by providing timely leadership development to students, staff and faculty alike. While leadership development is often regarded as a being only for those with management status, The University of Dayton's Catholic Marianist mission calls for all of us to demonstrate the qualities of a great leader. In order to develop student leaders for the common good, faculty and staff must be willing to model these same leadership behaviors. The Center for Leadership is a campus resource committed to collaborating across the University to provide meaningful development opportunities to students, faculty, and staff.