Ludwig Attends LEADERS Program
June 9, 2008
TORRINGTON, WY -
Dr. Dee Ludwig, Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Eastern Wyoming College has recently attended the National Institute for Leadership Development, "LEADERS" program, an international program for administrators and faculty in higher education. The week-long institute was held in Phoenix, Arizona.
This year-long program, designed to enhance the skills participants need to assume major decision making roles in their institutions, includes institutional practice in supervisory and human relations skills, planning and budgeting, and organizational transformation as well as discussions with national experts on the issues confronting higher education during the next decade.
The program included interactive sessions on "Assessing Your Personal Leadership Style" by the Institute for Community College Development from Cornell University; "Unique Styles of Leading" from the National President of American Association for Women in Community Colleges; and "Accountability - You Treasure What You Measure" by the director of the Community College Survey of Student Engagement Community College Leadership Program.
"LEADERS" participants are chosen for their professional abilities, their interests in advancement in higher education, and the quality of their proposed projects. Ludwig was nominated for inclusion in this program by Dr. Shari Olson, former president of Eastern Wyoming College.
The National Institute for Leadership Development is internationally recognized by colleges, universities and businesses for its visionary, holistic programs that produce Leaders who effectively challenge assumptions, eliminate barriers and create new pathways to successful solutions.