The Leadership Development Committee (LDC) is responsible for evaluating and cultivating Fraternity leaders for service in elected and appointed positions.
Throughout the biennium, the LDC works to cultivate future leaders, evaluate current leaders and educate the membership about the LDC process. The LDC's main goal is to help all Tri Delta women grow as leaders, and while collegiate leadership positions are traditionally filled through sisters nominating other sisters to fulfill certain roles within the chapter, the LDC encourages Tri Deltas to nominate themselves. The LDC works to present a slate for election to the:
- Executive Board
- Leadership Development Committee
- Center for Living, Learning and Leading
- Delta Delta Delta National House Corporation
COLLEGIATE REPS NEEDED FOR THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Leadership Development Committee has an exciting opportunity for outstanding collegiate members. Two collegiate members will serve on the LDC for the 2012-2014 biennium and will be an integral part of slating the leadership of Tri Delta.
Part I - Getting to Know the LDC
This webinar will introduce you to the 10 women who make up the LDC, the four leadership groups that the committee currently slates, and Tri Delta's overall leadership cultivation process and timeline. Whether you're already familiar with the LDC or are learning about the committee for the first time, this session will provide a comprehensive overview.
Part 1 will be pre-recorded and will enable you to listen in and learn more about the LDC whenever your schedule allows!
Part 2 - Being a Tri Delta Leader
Monday, June 12, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. EST/7:00 p.m. CST
Approx. 45 minutes
It's safe to say that there's no single definition of the word "leader," and this is especially true in Tri Delta, as we know that the many talents, skills and experiences of our members make our Fraternity the leading organization it is today. To strategically support our members' continued growth and development, the Leadership Development Committee has identified various leadership competencies (you also can think of them as "strengths") that it seeks to cultivate in current and future Fraternity leaders. Join us for part two of this webinar series to:
- Learn about the origin of Tri Delta's leadership competency model
- Get a brief overview of the competencies Tri Delta seeks - and seeks to cultivate - in her leaders
- Understand what resources are available to support your continued growth and development as a Tri Delta leader
- Ask any questions you may have about Tri Delta's leadership competency model
Register for Part 2 now!
Part 2 will be recorded at the time of the live webinar so if you're unable to join us, you can listen in at your convenience. Links to both recordings will be available in the June edition of Alumnae Connections.
The Leadership Development Committee
Kristi Anderson Horner, Chair
Megan Shaw James
Ellen Baker Jurewicz
Linda Wolf McLinden
Melissa Hunter Muller
Mary Ann Heyser Wright