Podcast by Myles Surrett
Ep 75- Women And Leadership Part 3
In Episode 75 we continue with the third and final part of our series exploring Women and Leadership with our guest host Kate Radford, the Associate Director for Leadership Education & Development at Clemson University. In part three Kate is joined by Dr. Jennifer Pigza, director of the Catholic Institute for Lasallian Social Action and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Leadership at Saint Mary’s College of California, Adrian Bitton, doctoral student in the higher education and student affairs program at The Ohio State University, Danyelle Reynolds, assistant director for student learning and leadership at the Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning at the University of Michigan, and Dr. Trisha Teig, teaching assistant professor in the Colorado Women’s College Leadership Scholars and Pioneer Leadership Programs at the University of Denver to talk about their contributions to the facilitator guide that accompanies the text.
00:58 Guest intros
08:55 Current relevance of facilitating women’s leadership
11:58 Purpose of facilitation text
15:38 Contributing authors
25:41 Why we still need to study gendered leadership
34:45 Examples of facilitating the modules
43:10 Prominent themes
49:02 Applying themes to current events
58:58 Hope and action for the coming year
Ep 74- Women and Leadership Part 2
In Episode 74 we continued with the second part of our series exploring Women and Leadership: The Power Of Story In Leadership Development. Our guest host Kate Radford, the Associate Director for Leadership Education & Development at Clemson University, is joined by the Author of We are the Leaders we’ve been waiting for: women and leadership development in college (2020), Dr. Julie Owen, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies at George Mason University. In part two Kate and Julie are joined by additional guests:
· Sharrell Hassell-Goodman, Ph. D. Candidate at George Mason University
· Dr. Jennifer Pigza, Director of the Catholic Institute for Lasallian Social Action and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Leadership at St. Mary’s College of California
· Dr. Aoi Yamanaka, Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Academic Services at George Mason University
04:45 Guest intros
08:20 Narratives and counternarratives
14:24 Autoethnography and courageous conversations
19:13 The role of storytelling in leadership education
23:40 Aoi’s autoethnography
27:28 Reflections on the process of collecting stories
37:20 Lessons learned from team members
46:03 Utilizing storytelling and ethnography as an educator
58:05 Hope from storytelling
64:15 What to expect in part 3
Ep 73 - Women and Leadership Part I
In Episode 73 we start the first of a three part series exploring Women and Leadership with our guest host Kate Radford, the Associate Director for Leadership Education & Development at Clemson University, and her guest Dr. Julie Owen, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies at George Mason University and Author of We are the Leaders we’ve been waiting for: women and leadership development in college (2020).
02:15 Getting to know Julie
10:50 Creating a text for women and leadership
18:34 Addressing imposter syndrome
20:12 Inspiration in completing the book
24:40 The difference between feminine and feminist leadership
32:20 Audience for the book
39:30 A call to action
43:45 Critical leadership studies
48:57 Intersectional feminism
52:03 Women’s’ leadership efficacy and capacity disconnect
60:34 Critical hope
63:39 What to expect in the rest of the series
Twitter: @naspaslpkc @julie_gmu
Episode 72 - NDSL: How Academic Disciplines Approach Leadership Development
In Episode 72 we discuss the Spring 2020 edition of New Directions for Student Leadership, How Academic Disciplines Approach Leadership Development. We are joined by the editors of that issue, Matt Sowcik and Susan Komives. Matthew Sowcik is an assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC), and serves as the coordinator for the University of Florida's leadership minor. He also teaches undergraduate and graduate‐level courses concentrated on interpersonal leadership development, organizational leadership, and advanced leadership theory. Susan R. Komives is professor emerita in the student affairs graduate program at the University of Maryland College Park where she taught until 2012. She is past president of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education and ACPA: College Student Educators International. Dr. Komives is the co‐author or co‐editor of a dozen books. She is the founding editor of this Wiley New Directions for Student Leadership series.
02:35 Getting to know Matt and Susan
15:29 Overview of this issue and academic disciplines’ approach to leadership
23:15 Influence of academic discipline
28:07 Differences between leadership in mission statements and development of leaders
30:08 Insights from the way different academic disciplines approach leadership
41:08 Themes across disciplines
47:08 How to help disciplines and divisions work together?
51:15 Key Takeaways
55:04 Where is leadership education headed and how to influence it
58:18 Next question about leadership
Twitter: @naspaslpkc @johnmarkday
*Download the issue through the online Wiley access*
Episode 71- Crisis Leadership Part III
In Episode 71 we speak with Megan Pendley Pickett in the third installment of our leading through crisis series. Megan Pendley Pickett is the Founder and Head Coach at Pendley Pickett Coaching & Consulting, As a strengths-based Life and Career Coach, with 15 years as a student-affairs professional, Megan specializes in coaching student affairs professionals through career transitions, leveling up in their current jobs, and create next steps to the life they have been dreaming of. She is navigating this whole new world of social distancing, homeschooling, and juggling life like never before in Littleton, CO with her husband and 2 young sons.
01:12 Getting to know Megan
10:34 Taking control of your thoughts
20:40 How do student affairs professionals show up differently in crisis?
23:49 Navigating boundaries
28:20 What are the questions we as individuals should be asking ourselves right now?
34:54 Next questions about leadership
Twitter: @naspaslpkc @johnmarkday
Megan also runs the Facebook Group-Student Affairs Community, that you can join today!
Episode 70 - Crisis Leadership Part II
In Episode 70 we speak with Cynthia Cherrey, President and CEO of the International Leadership Association (ILA), in the second episode of a three-part series exploring leadership during crisis. The ILA is a global association committed to advancing quality research, teaching, and practices of leadership for a better world. Previously, Cynthia served as Lecturer in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Campus Life at Princeton University. Dr. Cherrey speaks to non-profit and for-profit organizations around the world and writes in the areas of leadership, organizational change, and higher education. Cynthia’s speaking and writing explores leadership in an interdependent global culture, co-authoring Systemic Leadership: Enriching the Meaning of our Work, co-editing ILA’s Building Leadership Bridges book series, and Women and Leadership Around the World. Cynthia serves on the editorial board of Asian Women and Cambridge University Press Elements Series. She is a Moller Leadership Scholar at Cambridge University, a Fellow at the World Business Academy, a Royal Society of the Arts Fellow, and a recipient of a J.W. Fulbright Scholarship.
02:34 Getting to know Cynthia
12:25 Lessons learned from leadership in times of crisis
16:25 Making meaning from crisis
20:08 Differences that distinguish crisis leadership
22:35 The pace of change during a crisis
27:54 Transitioning out of crisis
34:27 Next questions about leadership
Twitter: @naspaslpkc @johnmarkday
About the International Leadership Association (ILA)
With members in over 70 countries, the International Leadership Association is the only global network that brings together leadership scholars and researchers, educators and students, coaches and consultants, public leaders and executives. Why does ILA bring people together? Because when we share our unique perspectives, experiences, and knowledge we come up with better, more integrated leadership thinking, practices, and solutions that can positively impact our complex global environment. The world needs better leadership and ILA’s mission of promoting a deeper understanding of leadership knowledge and practice for the greater good aims to make a difference.
Based in: United States Website: www.ila-net.org
Social Media Links: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InternationalLeadershipAssociation
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ILAOfficial Twitter: http://twitter.com/the_ila
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