ADVANCED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR SUPERVISORS (ALDS) PROGRAM

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ADVANCED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR SUPERVISORS (ALDS) PROGRAM. YEAR 1 IMPLEMENTATION MARCH 2010 – FEBRUARY 2011 PILOT PROGRAM. ALDS PROGRAM. PROGRAM PURPOSE: Build strong leaders in Central California human services delivery system - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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ADVANCED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR SUPERVISORS (ALDS) PROGRAM

ADVANCED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR SUPERVISORS (ALDS) PROGRAMYEAR 1 IMPLEMENTATIONMARCH 2010 FEBRUARY 2011PILOT PROGRAM

1 ALDS PROGRAMPROGRAM PURPOSE: Build strong leaders in Central California human services delivery system

Provide comprehensive leadership model at supervisory level for improved leadership attitudes, knowledge and skills

Provide training and practical application of training concepts leading to organizational & system change & improved outcomes

Primary Target Population:CWS Supervisors those seeking opportunity for professional development / growth and recognized as future leaders within organization

Secondary Population:CWS Managers those who supervise and refer CWS supervisors

2 ALDS STRUCTUREEleven month program: 5 training modules to include classroom training and TOL Lab

Bi-Monthly Classroom Instruction: Embedded and expanded CORE Foundations of Supervision; Opportunity for training, peer-networking, facilitated discussion, feedback

Bi-Monthly Transfer of Learning Lab: Focus practical application of classroom training & in-depth practice discussion

Seminar So You Want To Be A Manager?? Panel discussion and facilitated workshop

3ALDS TRAINING MODULESMODULE 1: Supervision, Foundations & Principles in a Coaching & Transfer of Learning Organization

MODULE 2: Essentials of Teamwork & Collaboration to Build Respect, Trust & Appropriate Boundaries

MODULE 3: Relationship To Build Staff Retention & Work Force Capacity

MODULE 4: Responsibility & Accountability to the Organization, Staff and Community

MODULE 5: Strategic Program Development with Program Program Process, Policy & Procedure Development, Implementation, Evaluation to meet Outcomes.

4 ALDS PILOT COUNTIES Mariposa:2 Supervisors & 1 deputy directorMadera:6 Supervisors & 1 program managerMerced: 3 Supervisors & 4 program administrators

5 PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS

PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS

PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS

PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS

PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS

EVALUATION COMPONENTPre and Post Tests (Supervisors & Managers)

Evaluation report each training module

Cumulative program evaluation report

Feedback Transfer of Learning Labs

Focus Groups

Survey Monkey

11 EVALUATION FEEDBACK COMMON THEMESLimited marketing of program

Lack of program orientation

Lack of clarification of ALDS Program with other training programs

Too many learning objectives for training modules

Recommended additional curriculum topics: supervising multi-generations, social media in workplace, worker readiness, program development, strategic planning, conflict resolution

12 EVALUATION FEEDBACKEvaluation process confusing

Transfer of Learning Lab time too limited

Lack of manager participation

Weak / no link between manager and supervisor

Coaching component recommended

13 CHANGES YEAR TWO IMPLEMENTATIONMeet with county administration prior to program implementation

Include program orientation

Seek additional input for training topics

Decrease number of learning objectives

Simplify evaluation process

14CHANGES YEAR TWO IMPLEMENTATIONIncrease time of Transfer of Learning Lab

Increase manager participation

Strengthen and continuously reinforce link between managers and supervisors

Provide coaching component

ALDS STRUCTURE YEAR TWOBi-Monthly Classroom training 9 4 PM (supervisors and coaches) Trainers as subject matter experts provide training Executives as presenters Coaches reinforcing learning and application

Monthly Coaching Site Visits / Calls (coaches, managers, supervisors) Coaches conduct site visits / calls with manager & supervisors regarding practical application of training concepts; Reinforce & strengthen link between managers and supervisors

ALDS STRUCTURE YEAR TWOBi-Monthly Transfer of Learning Lab 9 4 PM (supervisors, managers and coaches) Facilitation of practical application of training topic Executives as presenters Coaches reinforce practical application of training concepts and link manager and supervisor

Repeat Module 1 -5

END OF PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION: Seminar So You Think You Want to be a Manager?? (coaches, manages, supervisors, executives participate) Panel discussion with executives; facilitated discussion about role of manager

ALDS STRUCTURE YEAR TWO NEXT STEPS FOR IMPLEMENTATIONSeek additional input training topics

Identify competencies / learning objectives / training materials

Identify local experts within Central California region trainers /coaches

NEXT STEPS FOR IMPLEMENTATIONIdentify executives as presenters

Provide training T4T to local experts as needed

Seek county interest / participation

ALDS PROGRAM Comments & Questions???

Thank You