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Submit on 6th June 2011 at 1000hrs hard & soft copy Evaluate Leadership Development Program in the given

company. This should include following: 1. Short Company profile. 2. Number and -in terms of education category of employees, experience in number of years, cadre i.e. Executive and Non-executive, Designation 3. Details of Leadership Development Programme 4. Criteria for selection of employees for Leadership Development Programme 5. Broad content, duration and objectives of the Programme 6. How the company evaluates the Leadership Development Programme 7. Perception of employees who had undergone the programme and those who had not attended the programme so-far, about the Programme (based on Survey)

SAIL Leadership Program


Vision Statement S.A.I.L. seeks to accomplish three general learning outcomes: (AAC&U, 2002)

1. Personal development: Develop intellectual and ethical judgment. 2. Civic responsibility: Cultivate knowledge and behavior through engagement. 3. Professional competencies: Prepare students for involvement in a global society.
SAIL Goals 1. Unified learning - connecting curricular and co-curricular 2. Supports and encourages campus/community involvement 3. Reinforcing the Mission of SUNY Maritime College: A learning environment that stimulates intellectual growth, scholarship, and creativity A structured community which emphasizes responsible citizenship and self-discipline and which maximizes opportunities for exercising leadership

4. Strategy to advance the mission of graduating prospective leaders for the state, nation, and maritime and international business community... Mission Statement As the Collegiate program of the National Institute for Leadership & Ethics, SAIL provides for student-defined paths to integrate and synthesize in-discipline, out-of-discipline, and out-of-classroom educational experiences intentionally to develop leadership skills and civic consciousness, in keeping with the college motto, Loyalty & Valor. National Institute for Leadership & Ethics Brochure-PDF The Department of Student Affairs Assessment sponsored six professional development workshops as part of the Staff Achievement Innovation and Leadership (SAIL) program series. In total, 37 people participated in the programs during the fall semester. SAIL session topics included: international perspectives on Student Affairs; integrating new technology; understanding work style through Myers Briggs personality test; support for professionals looking to publish; and 20 minute workout routines for busy professionals.

Questionnaire At the end of each SAIL program, questionnaires were distributed that asked participants to rate their level of agreement with the following statements: The SAIL session was informative. The SAIL session was engaging. The presenter(s) was knowledgeable about the topic(s) discussed. The presentation was conducted in an organized manner. The time allotted for the SAIL session was sufficient. Overall, this SAIL session was beneficial to me. General Findings The aggregate results across the six SAIL sessions are as follows: 94.6% of participants found the sessions to be informative 97.3% of participants found the sessions engaging 100% of participants found the presenters to be knowledgeable about the topic discussed 100% of participants found the sessions to be facilitated in an organized manner 86.4% of participants found the time allotted to each session to be sufficient 94.6% of participants found the sessions to be beneficial overall For more information regarding this report, contact Darren Pierre at depierre@uga.edu, in the Department of Student Affairs Assessment.