Human Resources and Office of Institutional Equity

Enhancing, Developing and Strengthening
PFW Leadership Resources

       

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Project Updates from 2018 Cohort

The PFW Leadership Academy was implemented in 2016 to enhance, develop and strengthen the university's leadership resources.  Each year the program works with a select cohort of highly effective chairs, directors and managers who engage in a variety of learning activities followed by completion of a funded project.  Participants in this competency based program will:

  • Complete a 360° feed back assessment process to prioritize reflection, self-awareness, and further individual growth;
  • Participate in a full day workshop along with eight other programs, including a field trip to a local organization

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Conflict management
  • Interpersonal and team skills
  • Project and time management
  • Change and transitions management
  • Leadership self-awareness

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2018 Leadership Academy Planning Team

The 2018 Leadership Academy Planning Team consists of Christine Kuznar, Senior Associate Athletic Director (Co-Chair), Cynthia Springer, Executive Director Human Resources and Institutional Equity, Kim McDonald, Associate Dean, ETCS and Professor of Organizational Leadership, Marcia Dixson, Associate Vice Chancellor for Teaching and Learning (Co-Chair) and Bruce Kingsbury, Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences

For questions, contact Marcia Dixson or Christine Kuznar, Co-Chairs.