CCCAOE Leadership Academy 2021
Are you a New Dean, Program Manager or Faculty? Are you responsible for coordinating, managing or being part of an effective team in the community college setting? Are you an Administrative Assistant who is ready to be a leader?
Our leadership academy is a certificate program for CTE/EWD Professionals divided into 2 levels. Attendees learn new leadership skills and improve on those they already use within the community college setting.
The research is clear. Leadership is not about personality; it’s about behavior. What are those behaviors, and how does one learn to embody them? The experiential focus of this academy will give you practical and personal knowledge of leadership soft skills.
Level 1.0 – Leadership Academy: Mike Walsh
The Leadership Challenge
Level 2.0 – Leadership Academy: Mickey Porter
“You did it! An engaging virtual Leadership Academy!”
“Leaders come from all walks of life and perspectives and our ideas for change may vary but the “why” was united in our group. I gained an insight into the methodology of leading and understanding the technical and behavioral components have to align in order to have a good balance in our organization of being smart and healthy.”
“I am inspired to lead in new ways and also model this so change can come to my work environment.”
“Love the small group breakout sessions and time to discuss and hear the main general session’s feedback and responses. Good variety of activities to keep us engaged. Met some good people at other colleges who are developing their leadership skills also.”
“Mickey was relatable by giving real examples. She was an example of vulnerability and shared how she has grown. I think this helps others to be open with the leader/facilitator knows they don’t have it all figured out. She popped into break-out sessions and asked for feedback.”
“What went well for me was having interaction throughout the training and not just watching video after video and/or listening to someone present off PowerPoint slide the entire time.”
APRIL and MAY 2021
LEVEL 1.0 Leadership Academy
Build the core knowledge, skills, and networking essential to CTE and EWD professionals. The research is clear. Leadership is not about personality; it’s about behavior. What are those behaviors, and how does one learn to embody them? The experiential focus of this academy will give you practical and personal knowledge of leadership soft skills.
Mike Walsh –
The Leadership Challenge
A respected leader, coach and facilitator, Mike has a passion for creating a structure of support for organizations that inspires individuals to connect their skills and talents in a meaningful way that leads to self-motivation.
His ability for seamlessly integrating the goals of the individual with the desired outcomes of the team as a whole – leaving no one and nothing behind – is what has made him one of the most impactful results-producing facilitators in education administration, youth development and corporate development for over 20 years.
Mike’s approach to work empowers people of all ages and walks of life, from high school students to senior corporate executives and veteran educators, to produce the tangible results that satisfy the human desire to make a difference in the world through their work.
November 2-5, 2021
LEVEL 2.0 Leadership Academy
LEADERSHIP IS CHANGING!
What are the skills and mindsets you need to master in order to lead in a post-COVID world? Whether you’re a current or future leader, Leadership Level 2.0 is a professional development event that you should attend. The community college system is becoming increasingly connected, which means every campus has the potential for expanding their reach. Leaders need to understand and appreciate new cultures, actively seek out diverse teams, lead teams with different backgrounds, and know how to enter and succeed in collaborative endeavors. Community college leaders also need to know how to navigate, and successfully lead work, within a shared governance environment. Administrators need skills to build relationships with faculty leaders to build support and momentum around new ideas and navigate the politics on campus.
In Level 1.0, leaders develop internal skills: managing himself or herself as an individual human being. This includes physical health; emotional balance; self-knowledge—catching yourself being yourself during meetings, decision making, and public events.
Level 2.0 will focus on the mindset and skills of leading, using a combination of learning from MIckey Porter facilitating Dare to Lead, training developed by Brené Brown, and mentoring from community college leaders.
The series will begin Tuesday, November 2 at 10:30 am and end Friday, November 5 at 12:00 pm at the Embassy Suites Anaheim.
ALL New—Mark your calendars for monthly mentor sessions. Participants will be placed in small groups for monthly mentoring sessions where you can learn from your mentor, ask questions and share experiences with your peers.
Mickey Porter –
Mickey brings over 30 years of site, district and county-level leadership experience in education to the work of DtL. She is a certified DTL facilitator, and more importantly, an experienced leader, facilitator, coach who will weave what we need in education into the DtL concepts. Mickey brings humor, authenticity and a deep commitment to the tenets of DtL to this training and all that she does.
About The Dare To Lead Program
Based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown, Dare to Lead™ is an empirically based courage-building program designed to be facilitated by organizational development professionals.
Brené is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation – Brené Brown Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work. Brené is also a visiting professor in management at The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business. She has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy and is the author of five #1 New York Times bestsellers: The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, Braving the Wilderness, and her latest book, Dare to Lead, which is the culmination of a seven-year study on courage and leadership.
The most significant finding from Brené’s latest research is that courage is a collection of four skill sets that are teachable, measurable, and observable. The Dare to Lead™ program focuses on developing these courage-building skills through workshops, trainings, and coaching to help individuals, teams, and organizations move from armored leadership to daring leadership.
1. “My colleagues are counting on me.”
Invest in your professional development by attending. Get information, share insights, find solutions and ways to increase your the effectiveness of your plans and goals.
2. “From a leadership perspective, I can’t afford not to attend.”
This is the only career education professional development opportunity that offers the leadership and faculty perspective. Partner directly with leaders in the education arena and collaborate with your peers to tackle the issues you face in your own district or regions.
3. “It’s how I follow education trends and best practices.”
Whether it’s issues related to budget and finance; innovation and student learning; leadership; equity; community engagement, communication or collaboration, this premier event focuses on key areas to share best practices and programs being implemented in the field.
4. “I discover practical solutions to education challenges.”
We deliver practical solutions to help Career Education teams improve education and economic development opportunities.
5. “It’s a way to partner with education experts.”
Spend time with our business partners on our fast-growing Vendor Show floor and find out how they can help you effectively manage and lead your districts with the various product and service solutions they offer.
Get direct connection to a network of career education practitioners that share best practices. Learn how to navigate the California Community College system and advocate more effectively for your programs.
Level 1.0 April/May 2021
“As always, the networking opportunities to connect with folks in my area at different campuses is the best thing about this conference.” – 2019 Academy Attendee
“My favorite part of the CCCAOE Conference is the knowledgeable and dedicated presenters that took time to collaborate and connect colleagues from various colleges!” – 2019 Academy Attendee
Learning about what other colleges are doing across the state, the best practices, and insight to overcome issues… these are the reasons I attend.” – 2019 Academy Attendee
No, each event is a new registration.
Yes, you can sign up based upon your experience. If you have any questions call Executive Director for more information.