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  • DAY 1
  • HELLO!Welcome to the University of Nevada and the Reynolds School Leadership & Strategic Social Media Prof. Todd Felts & Dr. Kathy Geller
  • Your Teams & Global Ambassadors: KATIE NICOLE Team ELKO Nevada Museum of Art RYAN Team FALLON Volunteers of America ANNIE Team TONOPAH The Childrens Cabinet BROOKE Team YERINGTON Big Brother/Big Sister
  • LEADERSHIP
  • The Leadership Challenge Some people make things happen, Some people watch things happen, While others wonder what just happened? Gaelic Proverb
  • Leadership Session 1: Leadership is the process of influencing others toward common goals. Session 2: Leadership requires you to ask questions and listen with an open mind and open heart to the answers. Session 3: A story is something that comes from outside, but the meaning is something that emerges from within. The leader as storyteller. Session 4: Leadership is about you and what you do!
  • STRATEGIC SOCIAL MEDIA
  • witter # or @ # = category pointing to issue @ = address pointing to person
  • Today Clarify the definition of using social media strategically. Recognize opportunities for using video and determine your role in influencing others and the outcome Experience the value of Twitter in successfully engaging an audience.
  • Audience: Is a small group of people that you need to help improve the organization. The audience is usually just few people. It is made up of a small group of people who have something in common and talk about the same things.
  • Your Message: A message is a short phrase that you want people to remember. A message asks the audience to take action volunteer, give money, or simply show up. It is repeated several times and it a way that creates emotion and excitement with your audience.
  • The Big Questions? 1. What can we do to move others up the pyramid? 1. How can we move ourselves up the pyramid? Leaders live here!
  • The Online Story Change, Conflict and or Superhero REAL WORLD NEW WORLD The request!
  • The Online Story Change, Conflict and or Superhero REAL WORLD NEW WORLD The request!
  • There are many ways to tell stories online and accomplish a goal. Ask a question on Twitter. Follow people @. Follow things #. Share bit by bit. Bit.ly Comment on others. Join a conversation. Interact with @ and #. Change your words. Make it about the solution and not the problem.
  • Find your group and Global Ambassador. KATIE NICOLE Team ELKO Nevada Museum of Art RYAN Team FALLON Volunteers of America ANNIE Team TONOPAH The Childrens Cabinet BROOKE Team YERINGTON Big Brother/Big Sister
  • Just for fun. WHO WILL BE FIRST? FIND THE CURRENT WEATHER IN THE ASSIGNED CITY: You are asking @someone or following #something. NO MORE THAN 3 tweets though. You can do it, if you plan. 1. Elko: Lima, Peru 2. Yerington: Port Elizabeth, South Africa 3. Fallon: Bangkok, Thailand 4. Tonopah: Prague, Czech Republic
  • 1. Find your group and Global Ambassador. Elko: Museum of Art - @nevadaart The goal is to get people who have been to the original Shangra La in Hawaii to tweet specifics about the campus. You need to begin by researching the issue. You will use your group leaders Twitter account. Yerington: Big Brother Big Sister @BBBSNN The goal is to get someone who had either a big brother or big sister to tweet his or her experience. You need to begin by researching the issue. You will use your group leaders Twitter account. Fallon: Volunteers of America @VOASAC The goal is to remind people that Voasac also includes Northern Nevada while increasing the number of followers in Reno on the VOASAC Twitter page. You need to begin by researching the issue. You will use your group leaders Twitter account. Tonopah: Childrens Cabinet @TheChildrensCab The goal is to get 35 new followers. You need to begin by researching the issue. You will use your group leaders Twitter account.
  • LEADERSHIP Dr. Kathy Geller
  • Leadership is . . . The process of influencing people with ideas Shared, there is no limit to the number of leaders in a group An act that fosters initiative, creativity, and responsibility Evidenced in relationship with others Situational, it requires different approaches at different times Authentic, it requires knowing oneself and honoring others.
  • Leadership Session 1: Leadership is the process of influencing others toward common goals. Session 2: Leadership requires you to ask questions and listen with an open mind and open heart to the answers. Session 3: A story is something that comes from outside, but the meaning is something that emerges from within. The leader as storyteller. Session 4: Leadership is about you and what you do!
  • Leadership Defined An individual is a leader in any social situation in which his or her ideas and actions influence the thought and behavior of others.
  • When have you been a leader?
  • Goals for Today Recognize opportunities for leadership and determine your role in influencing others and the outcome Experience the value of collaboration in successfully accomplishing a complex project
  • Team Machine To recognize the value of a planned outcome. To work effectively through confusion and chaos. To draw on the strengths of the immediate team. To stay in touch with other groups who are doing similar but seemingly unrelated tasks. To ask for what you need. To share information for the greater good.
  • Team Machine An activity to experience leadership in small groups within a larger organization Goals of the activity: To have fun and learn! Slowest running machine Fastest reset time Five sub-groups 50 minutes (design & build) Two consecutive successful test runs to be certified (by Kathy) Five components come together to become the team machine 15 minutes (design & build) TEAM MACHINE!
  • Working at a distance Information will come to you during the activity; you may want to send information to other teams as well. Training is under design and will be rolled out when it becomes available. Your goal during the first part of the activity is to design and build your component. That said, you can visit other teams during this part of the activity to learn about their function and to determine your relationship.
  • The Leadership Challenge Some people make things happen, Some people watch things happen, While others wonder what just happened? Gaelic Proverb
  • Team Machine What did your team do that supported its success? What were the teams challenges? Who assumed roles of influence in your group? What did you learn about leading and groups?
  • Leadership in Groups Groups have the unique ability to recognize, define and solve shared problems by working together. Action is taken through the participation of all members each contributing according to his or her strengths and personal style. Outcomes are met through a combination of individual efforts and team efforts. Leading is shared, with different people stepping up to respond to various needs. Each group member has both the freedom to contribute and the responsibility for success. Those in a position of formal leadership recognize that their primary role is that of facilitating group process. Leadership and Dynamic Group Action, 1962
  • Leadership is performance art It requires practice and discipline We learn from each performance and take actions to improve it the next time In the moment we may need to IMPROVISE to make it work We are both actor and director: Actors: What is my objective? What is the motivation for this character? How can I authentically connect with the audience? What will inspire them? Directors: How do I orchestrate the environment? How do I foster engagement? How do I support others ing stepping-up?
  • DAY 2
  • Welcome Back Welcome to the University of Nevada and the Reynolds School Leadership & Strategic Soc

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