Time: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 1:00 p.m. EST
Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

Leadership development for students is an increasingly important part of the higher education experience. When students graduate, they’ll need to do more than apply lessons learned in the classroom. They’ll also be expected to be self-aware, skilled collaborators who are effective individual contributors with the potential to lead teams, departments, and eventually entire organizations.

But curricula are not “one size fits all.” Successful collegiate leadership development hinges on contextualizing a program to your institution, your shared goals, and your students. This webinar will highlight CCL’s Assessment-Challenge-Support (ACS) Framework to explore how you can create success in and out of the classroom through deliberate, thoughtful program development. Participants will leave with an understanding of the ACS framework and how to apply it to their students’ leadership journey.

About The Presenters

S. Todd Deal, Ph.D.
Higher Education Portfolio Leader and Faculty
Center for Creative Leadership

Todd serves as the Portfolio Leader and Faculty for the Higher Education sector of CCL's Societal Advancement team. In this role his focus is on partnering with institutions across the broad landscape of higher education to provide leadership education and leader development. Todd and his team work across the spectrum of North American higher education from co-creating leadership programs for college students to facilitating leadership development initiatives for faculty, staff, and executives at the college, university, and system-level.

Todd earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Southern University and his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University.

Preston Yarborough, Ph.D.
Senior Project Director and Faculty
Center for Creative Leadership

Preston serves as a Faculty member in CCL’s Societal Advancement group in the College and University area of practice. His responsibilities include designing and delivering leadership solutions for university administrators, faculty, and staff. He also works with colleagues to innovate student-focused solutions that are scalable and cost effective.

Preston earned his undergraduate degree, in English, from Davidson College and his Doctorate in Counseling and Educational Development from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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