Leadership certificate uiuc
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The PDP is the program’s foundation and must be presented in order for participants to be considered active. It has three main parts: your personal definition of leadership, goals for developing four leadership competencies, and a timeline for completion. We also need some personal information, as well as a current resume and any coach preferences.
Working with a Leadership Coach can be a transformative part of your program experience, and it entails frequent communication with your coach.
We urge students to hire their own coach because there are a limited number of volunteer coaches.
When looking for a coach, look for someone who is willing to talk about your leadership development journey with you and who will be available to meet with you at least once per semester while pursuing the Leadership Certificate, either in person or online. Your coach does not have to be a university employee.
You will be expected to meet with your Leadership Coach on a regular basis, and you will work together to determine the best schedule for you both. When class is in session, you are expected to meet with your coach at least once a month and, if possible, keep contact during the summer sessions. You can meet in person, over the phone, or through any online platform. Please be considerate of their time and respond to their communications promptly!
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During the fall and spring semesters, you can enroll in the program by submitting a PDP. Enrollment must be completed by Reading Day of the semester in which the Leadership Certificate Program online training is completed.
If a friend or family member has agreed to be your Leadership Coach, we’ll need their full name and email address so we can pair you up. If you don’t already have a coach in mind, one of our available volunteer coaches will be assigned to you.
You will be expected to meet with your Leadership Coach on a regular basis, and you will work together to determine the best schedule for you both. When class is in session, you are expected to meet with your coach at least once a month and, if possible, keep contact during the summer sessions.
No, using the same experience to meet different requirements is not allowed. Attending the Intersect program, for example, would not satisfy both the i-Program and the Leadership Trainings/Workshops requirements. That is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
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Many people try to be more productive and stick to their goals, but they often fail. This workshop will look at what it means to be productive and how to set daily goals that will help you achieve your objectives. Participants can hear excerpts from Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit and Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business, on the Freakonomics podcast episode “How to be Productive.” Participants will reflect on their own effectiveness and create a daily goal plan based on current research on goal setting.
When workers bring their whole, authentic selves to work, organizations benefit from diversity. Diverse teams are more productive, creative, and involved than homogeneous groups. At work, authenticity means sharing and speaking up about work and life experiences that are unique to one’s identity. Human resources experts, managers, and team leaders must learn how to have meaningful conversations about potentially divisive topics like race, religion, and gender.
Students who participate in the University of Illinois at Chicago’s deliberately diverse leadership experiences will learn the skills they need to successfully lead and advocate in their communities and profession. This will be accomplished through the processes of learning, reflecting, applying, and evaluating.
Students will learn that leadership produces measurable results and skills that can be applied in both practical and educational environments, and they will be empowered to make a positive difference. Students who participate in various leadership experiences will be officially recognized for their accomplishments and contributions as students and members of the community.
Students who completed any of the above programs prior to Fall 2020 and want to include them in their Leadership Certificate progress can do so as long as they meet the submission criteria, which include documentation of participation in the program.