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Can't wait to watch this pod grow!

Great podcast for all student affairs professionals!

By BluePolitico - Jun 23 2016
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Worth a listen for all #sapros

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6 Ratings
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6
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Myles is an elite podcast host

By MR_Yoho - Jul 01 2016
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Can't wait to watch this pod grow!

Great podcast for all student affairs professionals!

By BluePolitico - Jun 23 2016
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Worth a listen for all #sapros
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NASPA Leadership Podcast

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Podcast by Myles Surrett

Rank #1: Episode 23 - Cultivating Critical Perspectives Part 1: Introduction w/ John Dugan

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Episode 23 begins the first of something new for the NASPA Leadership Podcast. This is the first in a series of 6 episodes with Dr. John Dugan, Professor in the Higher Education program at Loyola University Chicago, to discuss his new book, Leadership Theory: Cultivating Critical Perspectives. Today we will talk through concepts and big picture thoughts. We'll be posting a new episode each week over the next month and a half!

00:00 - 02:20: Introduction
02:20 - 03:45: Cover Art
03:45 - 09:50: Identities
09:50 - 16:15: Sense-Making through Theory
16:15 - 21:25: Summary of Structure of Book
21:25 - 24:20: Theoretical Clusters
24:20 - 41:55: Deconstruction vs. Ethic of Care
41:55 - 46:00: Process for Reconstruction
46:00 - 49:05: Are Leaders Born?
49:05 - 51:20: Shift Happens.
51:20 - 54:40: Junkyard of Leadership
54:40 - 55:54: Outro

May 01 2017

55mins

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Rank #2: Episode 53 - NDSL: Mentoring, Coaching, and Advising

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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Lindsay Hastings and Dr. Cindy Kane, the editors of the newly released New Directions in Student Leadership issue. Lindsay is the Clifton Professor in Mentoring Research and Director of Nebraska Human Resources Institute. Cindy is the Special Assistant to Provost for Strategic Initiatives at Bridgewater State University and also serves as the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership. Through this episode, you’ll get to know Cindy and Lindsay as people and professionals. Then we discuss the distinction between mentoring, coaching and advising and how they intersect with each other, assessment, and social media.

00:00 - 01:20: Introduction
01:20 - 11:00: Get to Know Cindy and Lindsay
11:00 - 13:30: Editing Process Surprises
13:30 - 15:30: Mentoring, Coaching, Advising Distinctions
15:30 - 17:20: Mentoring, Coaching, Advising Intersections
17:20 - 21:00: Involvement of Assessment
21:00 - 24:10: Connection to Social Media
24:10 - 29:00: Student Leadership Development
29:00 - 33:30: Equitable & Inclusive Practices
33:30 - 34:00: Outro

Jul 02 2018

33mins

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Rank #3: Episode 29 - Q&A with Dr. Susan Komives

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Our guest on Episode 29 is Dr. Susan Komives, Professor Emerita at the University of Maryland. She is the past president of the Council of the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education and the American College Personnel Association; was the vice president of two colleges; is the author/editor of a dozen books along with several other accomplishments and positions. Get to know Susan through a series of questions submitted by various professionals in higher education across the country!

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:20: Introduction
01:20 - 12:00: Get to Know Susan / Rapid Fire
12:00 - 18:20: Engage Students in Social Change Model
18:20 - 21:40: Focus Student Dialogue on Change
21:40 - 25:30: If Everyone is a Leader, is No One a Leader?
25:30 - 26:20: Speaking Engagements
26:20 - 32:50: Leadership Development & Student in Transition
32:50 - 35:10: Changes Susan has seen in her Time in Higher Education
35:10 - 36:35: Advancing Scholarship
36:35 - 38:20: Social Change Model Activities
38:20 - 41:20: Student Affairs & Student Athletes
41:20 - 44:20: Approach to Facilitating Leadership Production
44:20 - 48:15: Assess Effectiveness of Leadership Skills
48:15 - 50:50: Student Leaders Take Ownership of Programming
50:50 - 53:00: Social Change Model in Member Education Programs
53:00 - 54:00: One Piece of Advice
54:00 - 54:51: Outro

Jun 19 2017

54mins

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Rank #4: Episode 32 - New Directions in Student Leadership feat. Dave Rosch

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On Episode 32, we are joined by Dr. Dave Rosch, who is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he teaches leadership classes, conducts research on the impact of leadership training initiatives, and coordinates the graduate program in the Agricultural Education. Most pertinent to our conversation today, Dave is also the editor of the most recent issue of New Directions in Student Leadership (NDSL): The Role of Student Organizations in Leadership Development. In this episode, get to know Dave personally and as a leadership educator. Dave shares his experience editing NDSL and his knowledge regarding student organizations and leadership.

NDSL: http://bit.ly/2xwMPfa
NDSL Editor Notes: http://bit.ly/2xgfK83

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:30: Introduction
01:30 - 08:30: Meet Dave: Running Goals, Car Commercial Fame, and Love of Ultimate Frisbee
08:30 - 10:30: Beginning of Leadership Work
10:30 - 12:45: Best Book on Leadership
12:45 - 15:15: Misperception of the Role of Faculty
15:15 - 17:50: Dave’s Interest in Student Organizations
17:50 - 21:45: Impact of Student Organizations on Campus
21:45 - 24:20: History of Student Organizations
24:20 - 31:20: Holding Environments in Student Involvement
31:20 - 37:10: Structure Student Organizations for Max Potential Success
37:10 - 38:55: Importance of Student Organizations
38:55 - 40:27: Outro

Sep 12 2017

40mins

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Rank #5: Episode 56 - Leadership for First Generation Students

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We are joined by Bridgette Behling, who has over 15 years in higher education and she currently serves as the Director of Community Support and Leadership at the George Washington University. Additionally, she serves as an Advocacy Group Member for NASPA's Center for First-Generation Student Success. In this episode, you’ll get to learn about Bridgette’s love for Hamilton, her perspective teaching leadership in our nation’s capital, and some non-traditional ways she is learning about leadership right now. We then dive in to a conversation about what it means to be first generation and how leadership educators can best serve first generation students while considering imposter syndrome, cultural capital, and more.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 15:00: Get to Know Bridgette
15:00 - 20:00: First Generation Definition
20:00 - 26:00: Center for First Generation Student Success
26:00 - 38:00: Considerations Working with First Gen
38:00 - 45:00: Awareness of Cultural Differences
45:00 - 49:20: Imposter Syndrome
49:20 - 51:00: Next Question: Ethical Leaders?
51:00 - 52:00: Outro

Feb 25 2019

52mins

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Rank #6: Episode 21 - Tim Elmore + Growing Leaders

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In Episode 21, we are joined by Tim Elmore, the founder of Growing Leaders, a global nonprofit that encourages and equips young adults to take on real-life opportunities and challenges them in the classroom, their careers, and the community. Tim talks about shifting the focus of metacognition from educators to our students, facilitating leadership, and the importance of teaching students self-leadership.

Timeline:
0:00 - 0:35: Introduction
0:35 - 2:30: Learn about Tim’s love of popcorn!
2:30 - 4:35: Cincinnati Reds or Atlanta Braves?
4:35 - 6:00: Family Time
6:00 - 9:00: Higher Ed Two Truths and a Lie
9:00 - 11:00: Dr. Elmore’s Evolution of 1983-2003
11:00 - 14:00: What is the best book about leadership?
14:00 - 16:00: How did you decide to start Growing Leaders?
16:00 - 18:25: Plane Crash
18:25 - 27:40: Metacognition
27:40 - 29:40: Leading change in higher education
29:40 - 36:00: Facilitating leadership - E.P.I.C.
36:00 - 39:00: Art of self-leadership

Mar 17 2017

39mins

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Rank #7: Episode 34 - Foundational Leadership Question: Power And Authority

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How are the concepts of power and authority similar and distinct? What’s the connection they have to Paulo Freire’s work? Do the performative aspects of power influence our perceptions of the concept?

In this episode, Dr. Julie Owen dives into the concepts of power and authority by exploring their impact on student affairs professionals and leadership educators. Dr. Julie Owen is an Associate Professor of Leadership and Integrative Studies in the School of Integrative Studies, George Mason University, where she teaches courses on socially responsible leadership, civic engagement, and community-based research. Get to know Julie by hearing her talk about what she’s watching on PBS these days, summer travels, and her Dabbler Merit Badge! Julie then discuss in detail the concepts of power and authority in relation to the field of higher education and leadership work.

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:50: Introduction
01:50 - 13:20: Get to Know Julie
13:20 - 14:50: Define Power
14:50 - 15:40: Define Authority
15:40 - 18:00: Power & Authority in Relationship to Leadership
18:00 - 20:30: Power & Authority Similar and Distinct
20:30 - 27:00: Connection of Power & Authority seen in Starpower
27:00 - 38:50: Apply Pedagogy of the Oppressed in College Setting
38:50 - 45:10: Cronin & Genovese on the Paradoxes of Leadership
45:10 - 50:30: Concept of Empowerment
50:30 - 58:40: Talk to Students About Power & Authority
58:40 - 59:47: Outro

Oct 08 2017

59mins

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Rank #8: Episode 38 - New Directions in Student Leadership feat. Corey Seemiller

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Dr. Corey Seemiller, Assistant Professor in Organizational Leadership at Wright State University joins us for Episode 38 to discuss the recently released issue of New Directions for Student Leadership, Using Competencies to Develop Talents into Strengths. Corey is the author of the of the Student Leadership Competencies Guidebook and her newly released book, Generation Z Goes to College, which offers insight on the post-Millennial cohort in higher education. In this episode, you’ll get to know Corey’s entry into leadership work, her favorite hike, and her go-to karaoke song. Corey will then discuss the concept of competencies, her introductory chapter to NDSL, Generation Z Goes to College and more.

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:20: Introduction
01:20 - 18:50: Get to Know Corey
18:50 - 22:30: Concept of Competencies
22:30 - 24:10: Are Competencies Achievable or a Measure of Progress?
24:10 - 28:50: Competencies to Measure Student Leadership Development
28:50 - 32:10: Amount of Competencies
32:10 - 36:30: Generation Z Leads
36:30 - 42:40: Value in Generational Research
42:40 - 43:40: One Piece of Advice
43:40 - 44:50: Outro

Dec 05 2017

44mins

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Rank #9: Episode 25 - Cultivating Critical Perspectives Part 3: Counter Narratives

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This is the third episode in our series with John Dugan on his new book, Leadership Theory: Cultivating Critical Perspectives. In this episode, we are hosting a panel discussion with the Dr. John Dugan and the three authors of the counter narratives at the end of each chapter. We are joined by Mary Morten, Art Johnston, and Georgianna Torres Reyes. Mary Morten is the president of the Morten Group as well as a consultant, activist, and filmmaker. Art Johnston is the cofounder of Equality Illinois and co-owner of Sidetrack, Chicago. Georgianna Torres Reyes serves as the Assistant Vice President for mission and values at DePaul University. They will discuss their narratives in relation to leadership, social movements, social change, etc.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 04:05: Origin of Counter Narratives
04:05 - 06:00: Mary’s Narrative: Leading from Behind
06:00 - 08:20: Art’s Narrative: Social Movements
08:20 - 11:05: Mary’s 2nd Narrative: Relationship-Building
11:05 - 13:50: Georgianna’s Narrative: Positional Leadership
13:50 - 16:30: Art’s Narrative: Show Up to Make Social Change
16:30 - 25:50: Shift in Your View of Leadership
25:50 - 29:55: “Story Most Often Told”
29:55 - 34:05: Georgianna’s 2nd Narrative: Advocacy within Institutions
34:05 - 45:00: Advice for Aspiring Leaders
45:00 - 45:57: Outro

May 15 2017

45mins

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Rank #10: Episode 24 - Cultivating Critical Perspectives Part 2: John Dugan and Ana Rossetti

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In Episode 24, we will discuss the curricular applications of Dr. John Dugan’s Book, Leadership Theory: Cultivating Critical Perspectives with Ana Rossetti, Assistant Dean at Stuart School of Business at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and John Dugan himself. In this episode, you will learn more about Ana, who serves as an Adjunct Faculty member at Loyola University Chicago and is the Incoming Co-Chair of the Women in Student Affairs Knowledge Community. Then John and Ana will discuss the Facilitator’s Manual for the book to provide an option for utilizing this book in a curricular setting.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 03:15: Ana’s Baby Giant Anteater
03:15 - 04:10: Dreaming in Different Languages
04:10 - 05:30: Ana’s Student Affairs Journey
05:30 - 08:10: Best Book on Leadership
08:10 - 14:50: Higher Ed Two Truths and a Lie
14:50 - 16:30: Curricular Use of John’s Book
16:30 - 19:00: Facilitator’s Manual
19:00 - 35:30: How to Engage with Book in the Classroom
35:30 - 36:15: Outro

May 08 2017

39mins

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Rank #11: Episode 54 - NASPA Leadership Podcast Transition

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In this podcast, we transition hosts from Myles Surrett to John Mark Day. Myles currently serves as the Associate Director of Campus Activities and Events at Clemson University. Additionally, Myles is the SLPKC Communications Team Leader and the founder, content creator, and host of the past 53 NASPA Leadership Podcast episodes. We are thankful for all Myles has done to get the podcast to where it is today! We are excited to welcome our new host, John Mark Day! John Mark serves as the Director of Leadership and Campus Life at Oklahoma State University. In this episode, you will get to know John Mark and say your goodbyes to Myles as the host.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 05:00: John Mark’s Pasta Making Skills
05:00 - 07:30: John Mark’s Leadership Lens
07:30 - 09:00: Podcast Takeover
09:00 - 12:25: Surprises in Podcast Processing
12:25 - 18:20: Meaningful Experiences from Podcast
18:20 - 21:45: Advice on Leadership Podcast
21:45 - 24:00: Leadership Podcast Moving Forward
24:00 - 25:16: Outro

Dec 11 2018

25mins

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Rank #12: Episode 58 - Career Readiness through Leadership Education

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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Sabrena O’Keefe and Dr. Carolyn Meeker. Dr. Sabrena O’Keefe has over 10 years of higher education experience and currently serves as the Director for Student Involvement at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Dr. Carolyn Meeker serves as the Chair-Elect for NASPA’s Student Career Development Knowledge Community and as the Assistant Director for Career and Talent Development at Florida International University in Miami. Sabrena and Carolyn share their insights on the connection of career readiness and leadership development with students. They then provide practices for helping students connect their leadership competencies to career competencies and how to enhance this work on your campus.

00:00 - 02:30: Introduction
02:30 - 08:00: Student Affairs Journey
08:00 - 13:00: Currently Reading
13:00 - 17:00: Define Career Readiness
17:00 - 22:00: Leadership Development and Career Readiness
22:00 - 25:00: Mapping Competencies
25:00 - 32:00: Live Career Readiness Instrument
32:00 - 35:00: Institutional and Colleague Support
35:00 - 39:00: Successes and Challenges of Implementation
38:00 - 42:00: Bring This Work to Your Campus
42:00 - 47:30: Next Question About Leadership
47:30 - 49:00: Outro

Jun 13 2019

48mins

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Rank #13: Episode 57 - NDSL: International Student Leadership

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In this episode, we discuss the winter edition of New Directions for Student Leadership, which is focused on Cultivating Students’ Capacity for International Leadership. We are joined by Denny Roberts and Darbi Roberts, the editors of the issue. Dennis Roberts is an independent consultant and author whose last position in the U.S. was serving as the AVP for Student Affairs at Miami University. Darbi Roberts is the Executive Director of International Student Services at Southern New Hampshire University. Get to know Denny and Darbi as they share their experiences in student leadership including their perspective working as a father-daughter editing and author duo. We then go into an overview of the winter NDSL issue and then discuss deeper some of the chapters, critical perspectives and the role that leadership educators play in the future direction of higher education in America and internationally.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 14:20: Get to Know Denny and Darbi
14:20 - 18:20: International Leadership Overview
18:20 - 21:20: Surprises When Editing
21:20 - 28:10: Intersectionality: Multiculturalism, Internationality, Leadership
28:10 - 31:20: Critical Perspectives on the Future
31:20 - 37:20: Role of Leadership Educators
37:20 - 44:20: Next Question on Leadership
44:20 - 45:35: Outro

Apr 09 2019

45mins

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Rank #14: Episode 52 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.5

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In this final episode of our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning you get to learn more about our guests as individuals and learn about the final chapters of the book, Chapters 8-17. Kathy shares what she misses most about the Midwest and Dan shares his favorite video game from the 80s. Kathy and Dan then talk about the importance of assessing leadership programs, practical examples of vital pedagogies, and their upcoming companion manual for the book.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 05:30: Get to Know Kathy and Dan
05:30 - 07:40: Assessing Leadership Programs
07:40 - 09:20: Building a Bridge or End in Mind?
09:20 - 17:50: Leadership Education and Art
17:50 - 21:00: Companion Manuel
21:00 - 24:00: Final Thoughts
24:00 - 24:34: Outro

Jun 18 2018

24mins

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Rank #15: Episode 50 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.3

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In Episode 50 we continue our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning. In this episode, you’ll learn even more about Kathy and Dan, such as how Kathy’s daughter has helped her develop and Dan’s experience and passion for playing the piano. The episode then focuses on Chapter 4 of the book on learner-centric leadership education and how to achieve that aim.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 09:20: Get to Know Kathy and Dan
09:20 - 10:30: Learner-Centric Leadership Education
10:30 - 16:40: Steering Wheel Analogy for Curriculum Design
16:40 - 23:40: Practical Use of Strategies in Chapter 4
23:40 - 28:00: Typical Creation of Leadership Programs
28:00 - 31:20: Issues Stem from Commitment to Experiential Learning
31:20 - 37:20: Entertaining Activities for Facilitators or Learners?
37:20 - 39:30: Complexity of this Aim Contrary Training Shortage
39:30 - 39:44: Outro

Jun 04 2018

39mins

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Rank #16: Episode 33 - Foundational Leadership Question: Leadership and Management

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Are the concepts of leadership and management distinct? Are they in contradiction to each other?

In the first episode of our Foundational Leadership Question Series, Dr. Scott Allen will answer these questions and more around this topic. Dr. Scott Allen is an Associate Professor at John Carroll University, where he teaches leadership and management. Scott shares with us a little bit about his interests related to his family travels, competitive diving, his meteorite collection and more! You’ll also hear how Scott got involved in leadership work and what he sees on the horizon for student leadership practitioners. Scott then dives into the concepts of leadership and management and their relationship to each other.

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:15: Introduction
01:15 - 13:10: Get to Know Scott
13:10 - 16:00: Higher Ed Two Truths and a Lie
16:00 - 19:20: Involvement in Leadership Field
19:20 - 21:40: Best Book on Leadership
21:40 - 24:50: Opportunities for Student Leadership Practitioners
24:50 - 26:20: Summary of Leadership
26:20 - 28:40: Summary of Management
28:40 - 31:00: Concepts of Leadership and Management Distinct
31:00 - 36:10: Concepts of Leadership and Management Contradictory?
36:10 - 40:10: Collegiate Leadership Competition
40:10 - 42:40: Emotional Intelligent Leadership
42:40 - 44:00: Advice for Student Leadership Practitioner
44:00 - 44:52: Outro

Sep 25 2017

44mins

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Rank #17: Episode 18: Kathy Guthrie + New Directions in Student Leadership

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In Episode 18, Dr. Kathy Guthrie joins to discuss the New Directions in Student Leadership series, Florida State's new Leadership Learning Research Center, her research interests, road trip snacks, and non-traditional music pairings.

Feb 21 2017

36mins

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Rank #18: Episode 51 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.4

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Episode 51 continues our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning. In this episode, you’ll get to learn fun facts about Dan and Kathy such as Dan’s favorite running song, books that Kathy plans to write in the future, and more. The rest of the episode focuses on chapters 5-7 of the book including a comparison between context and Russian nesting dolls, when to consider levels of context in the planning process, and the artificial divide between curricular and co-curricular leadership programs.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 09:15: Get to Know Kathy and Dan
09:15 - 11:45: Levels of Context and Russian Nesting Dolls
11:45 - 13:20: When to Consider Levels of Context
13:20 - 16:30: Artificial Divide Curricular and Co-Curricular
16:30 - 18:50: The Power of Curricular and Co-Curricular Divide
18:50 - 23:40: Literature Review
23:40 - 27:20: Intentionally Designed Program
27:20 - 31:20: Authentic Leadership Designed Program
31:20 - 33:35: Application of Knowledge, Skills, and Values
33:35 - 36:20: Meaning Making Through Reflection
36:20 - 39:50: Continuous Program Improvement
39:50 - 40:12: Outro

Jun 11 2018

40mins

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Rank #19: Episode 19: NASPA Annual Conference Preview

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On Episode 19, the fearless leaders of the NASPA Student Leadership Programs Knowledge Community, Kim Kusher and Jimmy Brown, provide a preview of KC content at the upcoming 2017 NASPA Annual Conference. Jimmy and Kim also talk about the vision for the KC in the year ahead. Episode highlights include: info about great sessions to attend, Kim's deep thoughts on the Kardashian family, and expert tips from Jimmy on how to win at Wheel of Fortune.

Mar 06 2017

42mins

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Rank #20: Episode 55 - History of Higher Education

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We are back! In this episode, we are talking with Dr. John Thelin, University Research Professor at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Thelin is the author of several books, most notably the recent release Going to College in the Sixties and has a new edition of his seminal work ‘A History of American Higher Education’ coming out in April. In this episode, you’ll get to know John as a proud alumnus of Brown University, Higher Education Historian, and his thoughts on Kentucky basketball. John then provides insight into the notion of higher education turbulence and financial insecurity, the process of writing a book on college in the sixties, and the 3rd Edition of ‘A History of American Higher Education.’

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 11:50: Get to Know John
11:50 - 15:45: Turbulence & Financial Insecurity in Higher Education
15:45 - 17:00: History of Higher Education Matters Today
17:00 - 20:45: College in the Sixties
20:45 - 22:35: University Wealth
22:35 - 25:30: ‘A History of American Higher Education’ 3rd Edition
25:30 - 27:00: Outro

Feb 11 2019

26mins

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Episode 65 - Charlie Life And Leadership Academy In Partnership With ODK

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Episode 65 is brought to you in partnership with Omicron Delta Kappa. We’re going to be learning about the Charlie Life and Leadership Academy, an online tool that aims to build an emerging pipeline of 21st Century leaders who thrive individually, and in relationships, teams, organizations, and communities throughout the U.S. and the world.

Our guest is the CEO of the Charlie Academy, Dr. Bruce Jackson. Executive Director C. Charles Jackson Foundation, CEO Charlie Academy/Institute of Applied Human Excellence: As a competitive athlete, Bruce has dedicated his career to the development of individuals, teams, organizations, and communities that seek to maximize influence, leadership, and change.

00:00 Intro
01:30 Foundations of the Charlie Academy
5:00 How to use the website
8:15 Leadership patterns across campuses and how Charlie Academy can help
18:00 The paradox of servant leadership and expert mindset
20:15 Leadership inspirations
29:30 How to get involved with Charlie Academy
40:00 Outro
Email: bruce@charlieacademy.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SALead; www.facebook.com/OmicronDeltaKappa
Twitter: @naspaslpkc @johnmarkday @ODK1914
Instagram: NASPA_SLPKC; ODK_HQ

Websites: www.charlieacademy.org

Jan 06 2020

40mins

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Episode 64 - Masculinity And Leadership

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In episode 64 we are joined by Dan Tillapaugh is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Counselor Education at California Lutheran University. At Cal Lutheran, he primarily teaches in the Counseling and College Student Personnel Master's program. His research interests are connected to social contexts of higher education, particularly college men and masculinities, LGBT issues in higher education, intersectionality, sexual violence in higher education, as well as college student leadership development and education. He obtained his Ph.D. in Leadership Studies with a specialization in Higher Education Leadership from the University of San Diego in May 2012 and has an M.Ed. from the Counseling & Personnel Services program (now the Student Affairs concentration) at the University of Maryland.

00:00 Intro
01:31 Getting to know Dan
20:00 Leadership and Masculinity Defined
24:00 Liberatory Pedagogy and Holistic Identity
28:30 Expanding Understanding of Gender and Leadership
34:00 Inclusive Leadership Practices
39:00 Evolving Characteristics of Masculinity
43:45 Critical Hope and the Work Ahead
48:15 Next Question on Leadership
51:00 Outro

Facebook: www.facebook.com/SALead; Dan Tillapaugh, Ph.D.
Twitter: @naspaslpkc @johnmarkday @dtillapaugh
Instagram: NASPA_SLPKC @dtillapaugh

Websites: http://www.danieltillapaugh.com
Books:
Men and Masculinities: Theoretical Foundations and Promising Practices for Supporting College Men's Development, is available through Stylus Publishing and folks can use the discount code MASC20 when at check-out for 20% off the price of their book

Dec 12 2019

52mins

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Episode 63 - Dialogue in Leadership Education

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In Episode 63, we are joined by Ratnesh Nagda and Larry Roper. Ratnesh is the principal and founder of IDEA Leadership LLC, co-founder of the University of Michigan’s Program on Intergroup Relations and co-developer of the college-based intergroup dialogue model. Larry is a professor of language, culture, and society and coordinator of the social justice minor and College Student Services Administration Program at Oregon State University. In this episode, you will get to know Ratnesh and Larry and where their interest in discussing dialogue as part of leadership education originated. We will then dive in to a discussion on what it means to talk about dialogue, how to put ideas of dialogue into practice, navigating the tension surrounding the 2020 election cycle on campus and more!

00:00 - 02:00: Intro
02:00 - 21:00: Get to Know Ratnesh + Larry
21:00 - 27:00: Overview of Dialogue in Leadership
27:00 - 30:30: Ideas of Dialogue in Practice
30:30 - 38:20: Relational + Collective Attributes of Leadership
38:20 - 43:00: Navigating Tension Around 2020 Election Cycle
43:00 - 46:00: Dialogue + ‘From Within, A Light Among’ Poem
46:00 - 50:40: Next Question on Leadership
50:40 - 51:56: Outro

Sep 18 2019

51mins

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Episode 62 - NDSL: Leadership and Activism

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In Episode 62 we are joined by Dr. Georgianna L Martin and Dr. Brittany M. Williams, editors from the issue of New Directions for Student Leadership - Leadership Learning Through Activism. Georgianna is an Assistant Professor in College Student Affairs Administration in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services at the University of Georgia. Brittanny is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia College Student Affairs Administration program and will be joining St. Cloud State University as an Assistant Professor of Higher Education in the fall. In this episode you will get to know Georgianna and Brittany and learn about the connection between student activism and sense of belonging, transferable skills from activism, how to balance your roles and identities as a practitioner while supporting student activists.

00:00 - 02:15: Introduction
02:15 - 17:45: Get to Know Georgianna and Brittany
17:45 - 23:30: Misconceptions About Student Activists
23:30 - 26:30: Student Activism & Sense of Belonging
26:30 - 31:30: Leadership Competencies & Transferable Skills
31:30 - 35:30: Activism Through Digital Leadership
35:30 - 38:50: Social Change Model in Trainings
38:50 - 43:45: Balance Practitioner Roles & Identities
43:45 - 46:30: Re-Frame Activists as Advocates
46:30 - 51:40: Next Question About Leadership
51:40 - 53:09: Outro

Connect with us on Twitter: @johnmarkday and Dr. Martin @GeoMartin29, Brittany: @DrBritWilliams / BrittanyMWilliams.com

Jul 16 2019

53mins

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Episode 61 - Student Government Leadership

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In Episode 61, we are joined by the chair of the NASPA Student Government Knowledge Community, Candace Avalos. Candace is currently the Coordinator of Student Government Relations and Greek Life Advisor at Portland State University and she is involved in local politics serving as the Vice Chair of the Citizen Review Committee, a police accountability board. In this episode, you will get to know how Candace got involved in Student Government, the goals of the KC and what she is learning about leadership in non-traditional ways. We then dive into an in-depth dialogue on the role of student government on a college campus and lessons learned, influence, the role of an advisor, budgeting decisions and more!

00:00 - 01:30: Introduction
01:30 - 12:20: Get to Know Candance
12:20 - 14:00: Role of Student Government
14:00 - 17:15: Leadership Lessons
17:15 - 26:00: Influence: Define, Utilize, Learn
26:00 - 30:00: Role of an Advisor
30:00 - 34:15: Students with Budget Authority
34:15 - 39:45: Prepare Students for Political Office Post-Grad
39:45 - 41:00: Involvement in KC
41:00 - 42:10: New Question On Leadership
42:10 - 43:13: Outro

Jul 11 2019

43mins

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Episode 60 - Environmental Leadership

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In Episode 60, we dive into a conversation with Shea Alevy, Bryan McGrath and Vigor Lam about the intersections between environmentalism, leadership, and social justice. Shea currently serves as an Assistant Director for Residential Life at Arizona State University and as the Chair for NASPA’s Sustainability Knowledge Community (KC). Bryan has over 20 years of experience in multiple student affairs roles and currently works at North Bennet Street School, a trade school in Boston, helping students prepare for and obtain employment. Vigor has experience in several areas in student affairs and currently works as a Project Engineer for Kitchell CEM, a construction management firm on the City College of San Francisco facilities master plan, and he serves as the Chair elect for NASPA’s Sustainability KC. At the beginning of this episode you’ll get to learn our guests interests in sustainability in higher education, the goals of the Sustainability KC, and where they are receiving their insights into leadership right now outside of the traditional methods. We then dive into dialogue on defining sustainability, behavioral changes in students, environmental factors in student learning and more!

00:00 - 03:20: Introduction
03:20 - 06:15: Interest in Sustainability in Higher Education
06:15 - 09:00: Sustainability KC Goals
09:00 - 14:00: Non-Traditional Leadership Resources
14:00 - 17:20: Define Sustainability
17:20 - 19:30: Connection to Leadership and Social Justice
19:30 - 21:50: Facilitate Student Behavioral Change
21:50 - 23:50: Environmental Contributions to Student Learning
23:50 - 28:40: Influencing Others as a Leader
28:40 - 31:40: Take a Lead in the Sustainable Movement
31:40 - 34:45: How to Stay Engaged and Encouraged
31:45 - 38:30: Advice for Getting Engaged in Sustainability Leadership
38:30 - 39:45: Getting Involved in the Sustainability KC
39:45 - 44:30: Next Question About Leadership
44:30 - 45:54: Outro

Jul 02 2019

45mins

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Episode 59 - Spencer Leadership Conference

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In Episode 59, you will learn all about the Spencer Leadership Conference, a sophomore-focused program, at Texas A&M University with Katy King and Julia Mork. Katy has over 15 years of experience and currently serves as an Assistant Director in the Memorial Student Center where she oversees the department marketing team, a freshman leadership organization and the sophomore leadership conference. Julia is currently serving as a Graduate Assistant in the Memorial Student Center where she is the co-advisor to the Spencer Leadership Conference and she has worked with five student committees assisting in program development, leadership growth, and international programs. Julia and Katy define the Spencer Leadership Conference, explain the student-staff partnerships, and provide advice on leadership programming from a full-time and graduate student perspective. If you have any follow-up questions, you can contact Katy King at katy@msc.tamu.edu and Julia Mork at morkjulia@gmail.com.

00:00 - 02:50: Introduction
02:50 - 05:20: Journey to Student Affairs
05:20 - 07:20: Texas A&M Traditions
07:20 - 11:00: Non-Traditional Leadership Resources
11:00 - 13:00: Intro to Spencer Leadership Conference
13:00 - 14:50: Target Audience: Sophomores
14:50 - 19:00: Student-Staff Partnership
19:00 - 21:30: Accessible for Diverse Group of Students
21:30 - 24:30: Balance Leadership Work
24:30 - 26:40: Advice to Grad Students
26:40 - 31:30: Next Question About Leadership?
31:30 - 33:07: Outro

Jun 24 2019

33mins

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Episode 58 - Career Readiness through Leadership Education

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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Sabrena O’Keefe and Dr. Carolyn Meeker. Dr. Sabrena O’Keefe has over 10 years of higher education experience and currently serves as the Director for Student Involvement at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Dr. Carolyn Meeker serves as the Chair-Elect for NASPA’s Student Career Development Knowledge Community and as the Assistant Director for Career and Talent Development at Florida International University in Miami. Sabrena and Carolyn share their insights on the connection of career readiness and leadership development with students. They then provide practices for helping students connect their leadership competencies to career competencies and how to enhance this work on your campus.

00:00 - 02:30: Introduction
02:30 - 08:00: Student Affairs Journey
08:00 - 13:00: Currently Reading
13:00 - 17:00: Define Career Readiness
17:00 - 22:00: Leadership Development and Career Readiness
22:00 - 25:00: Mapping Competencies
25:00 - 32:00: Live Career Readiness Instrument
32:00 - 35:00: Institutional and Colleague Support
35:00 - 39:00: Successes and Challenges of Implementation
38:00 - 42:00: Bring This Work to Your Campus
42:00 - 47:30: Next Question About Leadership
47:30 - 49:00: Outro

Jun 13 2019

48mins

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Episode 57 - NDSL: International Student Leadership

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In this episode, we discuss the winter edition of New Directions for Student Leadership, which is focused on Cultivating Students’ Capacity for International Leadership. We are joined by Denny Roberts and Darbi Roberts, the editors of the issue. Dennis Roberts is an independent consultant and author whose last position in the U.S. was serving as the AVP for Student Affairs at Miami University. Darbi Roberts is the Executive Director of International Student Services at Southern New Hampshire University. Get to know Denny and Darbi as they share their experiences in student leadership including their perspective working as a father-daughter editing and author duo. We then go into an overview of the winter NDSL issue and then discuss deeper some of the chapters, critical perspectives and the role that leadership educators play in the future direction of higher education in America and internationally.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 14:20: Get to Know Denny and Darbi
14:20 - 18:20: International Leadership Overview
18:20 - 21:20: Surprises When Editing
21:20 - 28:10: Intersectionality: Multiculturalism, Internationality, Leadership
28:10 - 31:20: Critical Perspectives on the Future
31:20 - 37:20: Role of Leadership Educators
37:20 - 44:20: Next Question on Leadership
44:20 - 45:35: Outro

Apr 09 2019

45mins

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Episode 56 - Leadership for First Generation Students

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We are joined by Bridgette Behling, who has over 15 years in higher education and she currently serves as the Director of Community Support and Leadership at the George Washington University. Additionally, she serves as an Advocacy Group Member for NASPA's Center for First-Generation Student Success. In this episode, you’ll get to learn about Bridgette’s love for Hamilton, her perspective teaching leadership in our nation’s capital, and some non-traditional ways she is learning about leadership right now. We then dive in to a conversation about what it means to be first generation and how leadership educators can best serve first generation students while considering imposter syndrome, cultural capital, and more.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 15:00: Get to Know Bridgette
15:00 - 20:00: First Generation Definition
20:00 - 26:00: Center for First Generation Student Success
26:00 - 38:00: Considerations Working with First Gen
38:00 - 45:00: Awareness of Cultural Differences
45:00 - 49:20: Imposter Syndrome
49:20 - 51:00: Next Question: Ethical Leaders?
51:00 - 52:00: Outro

Feb 25 2019

52mins

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Episode 55 - History of Higher Education

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We are back! In this episode, we are talking with Dr. John Thelin, University Research Professor at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Thelin is the author of several books, most notably the recent release Going to College in the Sixties and has a new edition of his seminal work ‘A History of American Higher Education’ coming out in April. In this episode, you’ll get to know John as a proud alumnus of Brown University, Higher Education Historian, and his thoughts on Kentucky basketball. John then provides insight into the notion of higher education turbulence and financial insecurity, the process of writing a book on college in the sixties, and the 3rd Edition of ‘A History of American Higher Education.’

Timeline:
00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 11:50: Get to Know John
11:50 - 15:45: Turbulence & Financial Insecurity in Higher Education
15:45 - 17:00: History of Higher Education Matters Today
17:00 - 20:45: College in the Sixties
20:45 - 22:35: University Wealth
22:35 - 25:30: ‘A History of American Higher Education’ 3rd Edition
25:30 - 27:00: Outro

Feb 11 2019

26mins

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Episode 54 - NASPA Leadership Podcast Transition

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In this podcast, we transition hosts from Myles Surrett to John Mark Day. Myles currently serves as the Associate Director of Campus Activities and Events at Clemson University. Additionally, Myles is the SLPKC Communications Team Leader and the founder, content creator, and host of the past 53 NASPA Leadership Podcast episodes. We are thankful for all Myles has done to get the podcast to where it is today! We are excited to welcome our new host, John Mark Day! John Mark serves as the Director of Leadership and Campus Life at Oklahoma State University. In this episode, you will get to know John Mark and say your goodbyes to Myles as the host.

00:00 - 02:00: Introduction
02:00 - 05:00: John Mark’s Pasta Making Skills
05:00 - 07:30: John Mark’s Leadership Lens
07:30 - 09:00: Podcast Takeover
09:00 - 12:25: Surprises in Podcast Processing
12:25 - 18:20: Meaningful Experiences from Podcast
18:20 - 21:45: Advice on Leadership Podcast
21:45 - 24:00: Leadership Podcast Moving Forward
24:00 - 25:16: Outro

Dec 11 2018

25mins

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Episode 53 - NDSL: Mentoring, Coaching, and Advising

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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Lindsay Hastings and Dr. Cindy Kane, the editors of the newly released New Directions in Student Leadership issue. Lindsay is the Clifton Professor in Mentoring Research and Director of Nebraska Human Resources Institute. Cindy is the Special Assistant to Provost for Strategic Initiatives at Bridgewater State University and also serves as the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership. Through this episode, you’ll get to know Cindy and Lindsay as people and professionals. Then we discuss the distinction between mentoring, coaching and advising and how they intersect with each other, assessment, and social media.

00:00 - 01:20: Introduction
01:20 - 11:00: Get to Know Cindy and Lindsay
11:00 - 13:30: Editing Process Surprises
13:30 - 15:30: Mentoring, Coaching, Advising Distinctions
15:30 - 17:20: Mentoring, Coaching, Advising Intersections
17:20 - 21:00: Involvement of Assessment
21:00 - 24:10: Connection to Social Media
24:10 - 29:00: Student Leadership Development
29:00 - 33:30: Equitable & Inclusive Practices
33:30 - 34:00: Outro

Jul 02 2018

33mins

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Episode 52 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.5

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In this final episode of our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning you get to learn more about our guests as individuals and learn about the final chapters of the book, Chapters 8-17. Kathy shares what she misses most about the Midwest and Dan shares his favorite video game from the 80s. Kathy and Dan then talk about the importance of assessing leadership programs, practical examples of vital pedagogies, and their upcoming companion manual for the book.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 05:30: Get to Know Kathy and Dan
05:30 - 07:40: Assessing Leadership Programs
07:40 - 09:20: Building a Bridge or End in Mind?
09:20 - 17:50: Leadership Education and Art
17:50 - 21:00: Companion Manuel
21:00 - 24:00: Final Thoughts
24:00 - 24:34: Outro

Jun 18 2018

24mins

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Episode 51 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.4

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Episode 51 continues our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning. In this episode, you’ll get to learn fun facts about Dan and Kathy such as Dan’s favorite running song, books that Kathy plans to write in the future, and more. The rest of the episode focuses on chapters 5-7 of the book including a comparison between context and Russian nesting dolls, when to consider levels of context in the planning process, and the artificial divide between curricular and co-curricular leadership programs.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 09:15: Get to Know Kathy and Dan
09:15 - 11:45: Levels of Context and Russian Nesting Dolls
11:45 - 13:20: When to Consider Levels of Context
13:20 - 16:30: Artificial Divide Curricular and Co-Curricular
16:30 - 18:50: The Power of Curricular and Co-Curricular Divide
18:50 - 23:40: Literature Review
23:40 - 27:20: Intentionally Designed Program
27:20 - 31:20: Authentic Leadership Designed Program
31:20 - 33:35: Application of Knowledge, Skills, and Values
33:35 - 36:20: Meaning Making Through Reflection
36:20 - 39:50: Continuous Program Improvement
39:50 - 40:12: Outro

Jun 11 2018

40mins

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Episode 50 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.3

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In Episode 50 we continue our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning. In this episode, you’ll learn even more about Kathy and Dan, such as how Kathy’s daughter has helped her develop and Dan’s experience and passion for playing the piano. The episode then focuses on Chapter 4 of the book on learner-centric leadership education and how to achieve that aim.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 09:20: Get to Know Kathy and Dan
09:20 - 10:30: Learner-Centric Leadership Education
10:30 - 16:40: Steering Wheel Analogy for Curriculum Design
16:40 - 23:40: Practical Use of Strategies in Chapter 4
23:40 - 28:00: Typical Creation of Leadership Programs
28:00 - 31:20: Issues Stem from Commitment to Experiential Learning
31:20 - 37:20: Entertaining Activities for Facilitators or Learners?
37:20 - 39:30: Complexity of this Aim Contrary Training Shortage
39:30 - 39:44: Outro

Jun 04 2018

39mins

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Episode 49 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.2

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In Episode 49 we continue our five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning. In this episode, you’ll learn more about Kathy and Dan, such as their connection to the city of Tampa, Florida. Then Kathy and Dan talk about Chapters 1-3 of their book including the leadership education as a professional identity, the diversity of perspectives in the field, leadership resources and more.

00:00 - 00:50: Introduction
00:50 - 09:30: Get to Know Kathy & Dan
09:30 - 11:50: Marginalization of Scholarship
11:50 - 14:00: Professional Identity of Leadership Educator
14:00 - 18:20: Diversity of Perspectives in the Field
18:20 - 21:00: Leadership Education as a Helping Field
21:00 - 25:00: Resources for Leadership Educators
25:00 - 29:30: Advice for Entry-Level Leadership Educator
29:30 - 29:55: Outro

May 29 2018

29mins

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Episode 48 - The Role of Leadership Educators Pt.1

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Episode 48 kicks off the first in a five-part series with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Dan Jenkins on their new book, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning. In this episode, you’ll get to know Kathy and Dan as individuals. Kathy and Dan talk about how they got into leadership education and what inspired them to write this book. They then dive into details of the book such as the book’s purpose, the reason for having two forewords, the challenge in organizing student leadership information and more!

00:00 - 02:50: Introduction
02:50 - 16:50: Get to Know Kathy & Dan
16:50 - 28:00: Start in Leadership Education
28:00 - 34:20: Inspiration to Write Book
34:20 - 49:00: Preparation to be a Co-Curricular Leadership Educator
49:00 - 57:00: Two Forewords: Jay Conger and Susan Komives
57:00 - 1:03:50: Organizing Student Leadership Information
1:03:50 - 1:05:01: Outro

May 21 2018

1hr 5mins

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Episode 47 - Leadership Identity Development Model Today

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In Episode 47 we are joined by Erika Cohen Derr, Associate Dean in Student Affairs at Georgetown University and Melissa Rocco, Post-Doctoral Fellow and Lecturer for the Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. You’ll learn about Erika’s brush with culinary royalty, her relocation to Arlington, TX and her favorite books about leadership. Melissa will share her thoughts on strawberry-flavored Twizzlers, why everyone should visit Stockholm, Sweden, and her best space saving tips from her experience living in a small apartment. Erika and Melissa then dive into the current research on the Leadership Identity Development (LID) Model. We discuss an overview of the model, applications, the change in context in applying the model, latter stage achievement in the Model and more!

00:00 - 01:50: Introduction
01:50 - 16:30: Get to Know Erika and Melissa
16:30 - 21:00: The Gripes Tab
21:00 - 24:45: LID Model Overview
24:45 - 28:00: LID Model Applications
28:00 - 31:10: Context Changed Application of LID Model
31:10 - 33:00: LID as a Developmental Model
33:00 - 38:00: Achievement-Oriented Environment and Interdependence
38:00 - 47:00: Elusiveness of Reaching the Latter Stage of LID
47:00 - 53:40: Deconstruct How Identities Show Up in LID
53:40 - 54:45: Outro

May 07 2018

54mins

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Episode 46 - Greek Leadership

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In Episode 46 we are joined by Melissa Kish, Director of Education and Leadership Development for the North-American Interfraternity Conference, to talk about Greek Leadership. You’ll get to know about Melissa’s experience in Muncie, Indiana, her struggles raising a chihuahua, where she plans to travel next and more! Melissa shares her knowledge on the similarities and differences of Greek leadership and general student leadership. You’ll then hear her explain how Greek leadership is comparable to mega churches, if she thinks the way Greek groups conceptualize leadership is still working, and how leadership preparation contributes to the lasting communal impact of the Greek experience.

00:00 - 01:00: Introduction
01:00 - 14:20: Get to Know Melissa
14:20 - 18:00: Greek vs. General Student Leadership
18:00 - 22:00: Way Greek Groups Conceptualize Leadership
22:00 - 25:00: Greek Leadership Similar to Mega Churches
25:00 - 28:10: Expectations of Fraternal Leaders
28:10 - 31:30: Mistakes in Training Fraternal Leaders
31:30 - 34:50: Leadership Prep Contributes to Communal Impact
34:50 - 35:49: Outro

Apr 09 2018

35mins

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Myles is an elite podcast host

By MR_Yoho - Jul 01 2016
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Can't wait to watch this pod grow!

Great podcast for all student affairs professionals!

By BluePolitico - Jun 23 2016
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Worth a listen for all #sapros