Effective Leadership and Resource Management

Effective Leadership and Resource Management

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Effective Leadership and Resource Management により Mind Map: Effective Leadership and Resource Management

1. Research

2. Situated Context

2.1. Western University's effective structures that support leadership growth, professional learning and resource development

2.1.1. Ivey Business School Ivey's Material Context Budget Technology Ivey's Organizational Structure Staffing

2.1.2. Western's Professional Context Diversity Duty to Accomodate Equity and Human Rights Services Accessiblity Learning Organization and Capacity Building Tools Department Philosophy Learning Infrastructure Western's Policies and Procedures Policy enactment Policy making Policy Management Employee Groups & Collective Agreements UWOSA GTA Western's Mission

2.1.3. Western's Material Context Budget Technology Western's Organizational Structure Challenges

3. External Context; meeting the demands of external accountability

3.1. Higher Education Quality Council

3.2. City of London

3.3. London Community

4. Personal Leadership Strengths

4.1. Managing Expectations

4.1.1. Use data effectively

4.1.2. Time support

4.1.3. Partnerships with experts

4.2. Credibility; consistent quality service

4.3. Constructive Communication

4.4. Experience; best practices

4.5. Problem Solving Expertise

4.6. Authentic knowledge and understanding

4.7. Emotional Intelligence

4.8. Caring; relational trust

4.8.1. Integrating best attributes of different leadership styles Transformational Instructional Distributed

4.9. Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

4.10. Enabling Psycholgoical Resources

4.10.1. Optimisim

4.10.2. Self-efficacy

4.10.3. Resilience

4.10.4. Proactivity

5. Areas of Growth

5.1. Aims of Education

5.1.1. Redefining purpose

5.2. Evidence-based

5.2.1. Building a culture in which the use of data is valued

5.3. Increased Accountability

5.3.1. Building sense of internal accountability

5.4. Shared decision making

5.4.1. Engaging staff resisting change

5.5. Minimize disruptions from work

5.5.1. Implement systematic procedures for best practices

6. Challenges with Resource Management

6.1. Time

6.2. Manage efficient budgetary processes in support of vision and goals

6.3. Aligning and realigning school's goals with multiple stakeholders priorities as they change

6.3.1. Managing relationships and stakeholders attitudes Morale

6.3.2. Revisit and adjust

6.4. Managing resistance to change

6.4.1. leadership

6.4.2. faculty

6.4.3. students

6.4.4. other stakeholders

6.5. Availability

6.5.1. Securing resources

6.5.2. Accessibility

6.5.3. Ivey's Professional Context Ivey's Culture Culture-in-action Managing Relationships; relational trust Pressure for improvement Facilitating environment; change capacity Trust Ethos (Ethics) Ivey's Vision (authentic, shared, long term) Direction Setting Achievement Student learning Improving Instructional Programs Data-driven decision making Maintain a safe and healthy environment Powerful context for decision making Successful integration Ivey's Policies and Procedures Poilcy enactment Policy making Policy management Ivey's Leadership Accountability Communicate core values Creating high expectations Investment in time Recognition Professional development advocates Distributive control; Collective Cognitive Responsibility Instructional Leadership

6.6. Conflicting projects and deadlines

6.7. Ensure effective oversight and accountability

6.8. Ensure sustained funding is directed to school improvement goals