6/26/2018 12:00 AM
10:45am - 12:15pm | Plaza

Knowledge & Skills

Good to Great: Moving the Needle Through Leadership Development

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Session Description:
The core purpose of the National Association of Colleges and Employers is to serve as the primary resource to those working with the college-educated seeking employment. This purpose is realized through strategic initiatives which seek to expand both internally and externally the value of leadership development of its constituents and staff.

Using the Leadership Challenge as the foundation for leadership, NACE has developed four core leadership development programs grounded in adult learning principles, practical and tactical strategies, and action-planning to empower individuals and organizations while crossing all industries, roles, and functions to continue to advance the body of knowledge related to working with the college educated with an internal and external approach.

Program design and descriptions include:
  • NACE Management Leadership Institute (higher education) 
  • NACE Recruiter Leadership Institute (businesses and organizations) 
  • Leadership, Laurels, and Lyrics (internal talent development) 
  • NACE Executive Leadership Symposium (higher education/businesses and organizations) 
Following this session, participants will identify best practices for program development, describe activities that reinforce The Five Behaviors of Exemplary Leaders, integrate use of the Leadership Practices Inventory for action planning and professional development, and use lessons learned to create an individual action plan to develop transformational leadership programming for their constituents.
"The Leadership Challenge Forum is a transformational leadership experience. I appreciate the opportunity to learn from leadership scholars and experts coupled with the opportunity to network with colleagues."
- Ron Siers, Department Chair, Department of Education Specialties at Salisbury University

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