Up Your Athlete Leadership & Life Skill Impact
Innovation in Your Student Athletic Development Program!
Root Down in what works: Improve your High-Impact Leadership & Life Skills Program
+ Understand what it means to go "downstream" and "root down" to improve your leadership development efforts by doing it.
+ Learn what doesn't work well for leadership education so you can replace with ideas and actions that can.
+ See examples of the innovative blended programs launching at Dartmouth, Wisconsin, and other institutions.
+ Be guided through, assess, and root down into the best practices for leadership development programs.
+ Gain a toolkit of assessment and program resources to use at your institution and validate your program with stakeholders.
+ Learn tips from the book and model used at hundreds of campuses - Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs - and customize ideas for your athletes.
Do you want to design new programs that have a greater impact on student athlete learning and leadership development? Do you want to facilitate an existing program better and more creatively...like an NCAA Life Skills Program? Do you want to cultivate leadership skills in your athletes that they can use in their sport and in life now? Do you want to systematically improve the way you educate, mentor, and develop in a more high impact way? Register for a live webinar on Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs led by Darin Eich, Ph.D. Darin is author of Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices For Leadership Development Programs, which brings key findings to practice from research conducted to determine the most important characteristics of high-impact leadership development programs. What contributes most to student learning and leadership development, and how can you design your program, department, or educational experience better? Here is what we've got planned for the event, but do email me if you have ideas or things you would like to learn. Email [email protected] to register your institution.
In this 1 hour long webinar program training camp to get you started, you and colleagues from your institution's athletic department can focus on the fundamentals:
+ Assess your own program, course, workshop or leadership development offering with this resource.
+ Gain additional videos, digital materials, and a toolkit of actions you can launch this year to improve your program to the next level.
+ Systematically generate new ideas that relate most to research findings on high-impact student learning and development.
+ Hear examples of creative ways that best practices are in use at institutions and ideas to apply to student athletes.
+ Gain the opportunity to sit down with other leadership development minded colleagues in your athletic department for collaboration and focus.
Cost for this online leadership education bootcamp is only $297 for your whole athletic department. Athletic departments are ripe with professionals adding more value to their student athletes through life skills programs, team retreats, leadership conferences, mentoring, and other new leadership development initiatives.
Fill out the form or contact us for information on the next live webinar. Have questions or want to register your campus to get access information? Email Darin at [email protected].
Save time by building a more innovative and effective program for you and your athletes! Whether you are creating your own unique programs or facilitating something modeled after an NCAA Life Skills program, this online workshop can help you to up your impact in the key focus areas:
Darin Eich is the author of Innovation Step-by-Step and Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs. Darin earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin. Darin is the president and co-founder of InnovationLearning.org and BrainReactions, an innovation consulting company founded by UW students, where he led idea development and innovation projects for organizations like P&G, the United Nations, and the U.S. Council on Competitiveness.
Darin has also been a graduate student and developer of programs at the University of Maryland & William and Mary. Darin’s passion involves helping people to become themselves, find and live their strengths, and become more creative, innovative and successful leaders. Professionally, Darin does projects ranging from hundreds of college speeches to helping institutions develop leadership programs & retreats to facilitating professional brainstorm innovation sessions for the most innovative Fortune 500 companies. Darin is a leadership program consultant to Dartmouth College, the University of Wisconsin, and USA TODAY.