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1 By Dr. M. Ehi Ayewoh, The Lincoln University\ Mr. Theodore Callier, Dillard University Dr. Omar Faison, Virginia State University Mrs. Dana Hector, Howard University Dr. Kenneth Koroma, Grambling State University ___________________________ 19 th Annual NSPAA Technical Assistance Workshop & Training, Marriott Hotel, Charleston, SC., June 4, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

2 Conversations Objectives:  Theoretical Framework – based on Attribution Theorem of the Impact of Locus of Control Factors in Predicting & Actualizing Sponsored Programs and related Outcomes.  Conducting Personal Audit, based on the ‘Sankofa’ principle of Reflective Practice - to Discover & Describe Individual Capability Profile.  “TRIPP” Approach to Enhancing Positive Self for Positive Sponsored Programs Productivity Indices based on the following three Domains of Learning Outcomes: Affective, Cognitive, & Psychomotive.   Q & A “TRIPP” = Theory Into Practice, Research, Practice ______________________________________________________ © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014

3 Theoretical Model: Ŷ = +X1 +X2 +X1.X2; Whereby, Ŷ represents Predicted Sponsored Research/Faculty Development Outcomes or Grants Productivity Index; +X1 represents positive or negative Self or Internal Locus of Control (ILC) of a Stakeholder; +X2 represents positive or negative External Locus of Control (ELC) or Environmental impact or influence; +X1.X2 represents positive or negative interaction effects Between ILC & ELC. © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

4  Conducting Personal Audit to Develop a Positive Self for Desired Grants’ Outcomes: Attitude, Knowledge & Skills (+ X1) ‘Sankofa’ Influence Appreciative Inquiry (“AI”) © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

5  Conducting Personal Audit to Develop a Positive Self for Desired Grants’ Outcomes: Cognitive, Psychomotive & Affective Domains (+ X1) DESIRED OUTCOMES COGNITIVEAFFECTIVE PSYCHO- MOTIVE © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

6 Developing Appropriate Affective Domain (Attitude) for Sustained Success in Grantsmanship (+ X1) AFFECTIVE DOMAIN (Attitude) Attitude, explicit or implicit, is “ the way you think and feel about [yourself], someone or something --- a feeling or way of thinking that affects --- [your] behavior ---” and overall outcomes. Merriam-Webster Dictionary “The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem”. Captain Jack Sparrow. In your humble, honest, & realistic opinion, what is your current state of affairs regarding the following:  Self Efficacy?  Self Actualization?  Self Esteem?  Personal Motivation?  Success?  Failure? “Your current condition should not be the conclusion ---”. “Design to Shine”. Rev. Darnell Montgomery, Sr. © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

7 Developing Appropriate Cognitive Domain (Knowledge) for Sustained Success in Grantsmanship (5-10 minutes)  (+ X1) COGNITIVE DOMAIN (Knowledge) In your humble, honest, & realistic opinion, what is Your Current Knowledge of the following:  Sources of external funding opportunities – public & private?  The New OMB Uniform Guidance – to be effective December 26, 2014?  Preparing comprehensive Federal government grant & related proposals?  Preparing comprehensive private/corporate/foundation grants & contracts?  Campus support systems that are available and accessible to support your pre and post award sponsored programs’ activities?  Processes in identifying & successfully negotiating systems that drive public and private extramural funding opportunities?  The FACT that extramural funds are awarded to the institution and not the Principal Investigator of the proposed project?  “It’s Not Your Money!” © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

8 PSYCHO- MOTIVE DOMAIN (Skills) Employing Appropriate & Adaptive Knowledge, Skills & Attitude To Map and Successfully Achieve Desired & Sustained Outcomes: (“ TRIPP” Approach)  (+ X1) Have Burning Idea(s) for Pragmatic Action? Conduct Appropriate Prospect Research Develop Concept Paper or Letter of Inquiry Develop Complete & Strong Grant Proposal Successfully Submit Complete Proposal Receive & Successfully Manage Funded Grants © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

9 Every prospective project, research, or creative activity investigator has a burning idea that is influenced by his/her personal belief systems, training, experiences, or past & prevailing situations & circumstances. He/She wants to do something positive about a problem or challenge with other peoples’ money; with realistic, reasonable, & transparent strings attached therein. Have Burning Idea(s) for Pragmatic Action? Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Employing Appropriate & Adaptive Knowledge, Skills & Attitude To Map and Successfully Achieve Desired & Sustained Outcomes: (“ TRIPP” Approach)  (+ X1)

10 Active Audience Engagement (Q & A) © Ayewoh, M.E., REMS Associates, NSPAA, 2014 Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals

11 19 th Annual NSPAA Technical Assistance Workshop & Training, Marriott Hotel, Charleston, SC., June 4, 2014 Thank You M. Ehi Ayewoh, Ph.D., CALD ( ) Mr. Theodore Callier, Dillard University ( ) Dr. Omar Faison, Virginia State University ( ) Mrs. Dana Hector, Howard University ( ) Dr. Kenneth Koroma, Grambling State University ( ) Effectively Engaging Individual Faculty in Developing & Managing Competitive & Award Winning Proposals


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