The Leaders Program of the National Institute for Leadership Development (NILD) is designed for administrative and faculty women who want to explore their role in leadership. Programs focus on crystallizing the participant's identity, fine-tuning skills, identifying leadership and community college issues, and developing personal confidence. The program contains the important components of a pragmatic project pertinent to institution and the creation of a long-lasting relationship with a mentor.
We are now accepting applications for the Leaders Institute 2010. All interested candidates should complete the attached application and submit it to their respective Vice President's office for approval by February 17, 2010.
The Leaders Institute 2010 is a five day content-intensive, experiential workshop and is based on a recently revised curriculum which reflects AACC Core Competencies for Leadership. The revised curriculum for the Leaders Institute includes the following categories and topics:
Commitment to the Community College Mission; Self-Assessment
Using Power Productively
Building a Personal Development Plan
Data Driven Decision Making
Budget Development & Management
Systems/Strategic Thinking & Planning
Qualifications/Requirements: Candidates should possess a master’s or higher degree and currently be employed full-time in a community college.
Susan M. Salvador
Vice President, Student Services