The Pathway to Success Leadership Consortium Goal 2 – Initiative 3.
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The Pathway to Success Leadership Consortium Goal 2 – Initiative 3
The Pathway to Success Introduction & Purpose The ISU Leadership Consortium was developed as a structural unit to promote coordination and collaboration of leadership activities for students, faculty, and staff. The ISU Leadership Consortium, along with collaborative partners, creates a supportive environment where all members of our community are actively engaged in personal growth to become productive, effective leaders in their roles at ISU and beyond.
The Pathway to Success Methods The Consortium is realizing its purpose through the following priorities: Student Leadership Programs Curriculum Development Mini-Grants Research Leadership Consortium Office
The Pathway to Success Benchmarks Initiative BenchmarkFall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Number of students involved in identified leadership activities --500600700800 Number of students attending Leadership Conference 50100150200250 Registration in LEAD 101, 301, 401 courses-- 456080 Number of classes with leadership focus5053565962 Number of mini-grant applications for leadership activities --78910 Students scores on MSL as compared to benchmark institutions (percentile ranking) base -line + 10
The Pathway to Success Discussion Significant advancement has been made from planning to implementing. Three courses will be developed by early 2012: LEAD 101, LEAD 301, LEAD 401. Subcommittee structure has impelled forward movement on mini-grants, research study, and administrative structure. Nationally benchmarked research study will help establish baseline data to measure student growth.
The Pathway to Success Summary Strong forward movement. Increased collaboration. Focus on curriculum development in 2011- 2012. Overriding goal: infuse leadership education and development into the core institutional culture.