Leadership Academy I
This series will focus on leadership education and research addressing the leadership challenges facing individuals and our institutions. Leadership involves the capacity to think and act beyond the boundaries that limit our effectiveness. Strong interpersonal skills, grounded in personal reflection and self-awareness are key to successful and effective leadership. RCCD's Leadership Academy I focuses on newer managers/supervisors or those in their first leadership role; as well as staff, faculty, and students interested in pursuing leadership positions and career pathways. Core components and objectives of the Academy include:
- Build leaders from within RCCD's institutions through providing pathways of success for staff, students, faculty, management, and administration/executives
- Develop the skills and confidence to build commitment and translate strategy into effective action.
- To better equip developing leaders to handle the challenges, tensions and ever-shifting dynamics of leading.
- Build leaders that strive to excel in new ways; maximize personal leadership power to accelerate the District's and Colleges' commitment to its mission, alignment and results; and balance short term and long term strategic perspectives.
- Develop and implement quality practices and processes focusing on releasing the full potential of students, staff, faculty, managers, and administrators/executives.
- Navigate the complexities of leadership to work and influence across boundaries, collaborate across the organization, and leverage leadership to impact organizational outcomes.
- Understanding the key principles of leadership; communication and trust.
The core of RCCD's Introduction to Leadership, Academy I is designed to build the most critical skills for success through a comprehensive leadership fundamentals and skill building development series. Additional training modules relative to specific RCCD operations will be offered throughout the 4 month program. Topics such as budget/finance; discipline procedures; employer/employee relations; CSEA and CTA information/introduction; enrollment management; time management; college culture student populations; and legal issues are part of the academy. Training and exposure to RCCD specific topics helps staff in the following manner:
- Develop a fundamental understanding of key District policies and procedures.
- Develop consistency in application of key principles.
- Create familiarity with management staff responsible for certain District functions.
- Contributes to understanding the District's values, service commitment and way of doing business.
- Leadership Academy I
- Leadership Academy II
- Leadership Academy Program (LAP) "How to Apply"
- ATHENA College Leadership Program "How to Apply"
- 2013/2014 LAP Application
- Fall 2013 ATHENA College Leadership Program Application
- Professional Development Center (PDC)
Moreno Valley College
16130 Lasselle Street
Moreno Valley, CA 92551
Ben Clark Training Center
16791 Davis Avenue
Riverside, CA 92518
16888 Bundy Avenue
Riverside, CA 92518