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UCSC EPC Staff Mtg. 8.19.16

Organizational Assessment staff review
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THE ROUTE FROM KNOWLEDGE TO ACTION!
FEEDBACK
MANAGEMENT
WELCOME!
Opening remarks
by
into space!
in detail
OBSERVATIONS
EPC
CHALLENGES
EPC
STRENGTHS
MANAGEMENT
GO?
NO GO?
Move onward!
LAUNCH!
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Organizational Assessment Review
Educational Partnership
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presented
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– August 19, 2016 –
START
Richard Hughey
Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education
T O D A Y ' S A G E N D A
“Don’t let your learning lead to knowledge; let your learning lead to action.”
– Jim Rohn
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.”
– Margaret Mead
Next steps
Kickoff
Summary of findings
Discussion
WORKING AGREEMENTS
Shake it up
Bring data to life
Avoid getting buried in the problem
"Many roads lead
to Rome"
this way
no, this way
why not this way?
Jump in, participate and learn
process
Surveyed 37 EPC staff and stakeholders
Interview Points:
Strengths and drawbacks of:
the job
specific programs
individual jobs
Strengths and recommendations to management
How can every person in the department be a part of the success of all challenges?
Rate 15 aspects of team development (non- managerial staff only)
1.
2.
3.
4.
results
launch
Universal Findings:
STRENGTHS
CHALLENGE
Passion driven and mission-focused
Working with students, families, and colleagues
Excessive workload caused by high turnover and colleagues having to assume responsibilities for vacant positions
Favorable Comments Include:
knowledgeable
hard working
supportive
detail-oriented leaders
Areas for Improvement:
asking too much of people
not listening
not providing the needed support
too focused on details
Recommendations:
staffing suggestions
building a more open climate with the employees
When speaking about departmental leadership, only three people mentioned the leaders of University of California Santa Cruz.
Most people lauded the EPC; very few were able to discuss the specifics of programs other than their own, but spoke favorably about the entire center.
Activity:
STRENGTHS
CHALLENGES
MANAGEMENT
SUGGESTIONS
STAFF
PERFORMANCE
TEAM
READY
TO GO!

THUMBS UP
Team Performance Dimensions:
High
Clear decision making
Accurate representation of their program
Keeping of agreements
Providing mutual support
Team Performance Dimensions:
Medium:
Team Performance Dimensions:
Low
Use of individual strengths
Open communication
Mutual trust
Listening
Compliance with decision
Group participation
Role clarity
Information sharing
Supportive confrontation
Meeting effectiveness
Constructive conflict
Activity:
Thank You!
Identify how to use each of the team performance strengths to improve the lowest dimensions of teamwork, including:
In small groups:
Information sharing
Supportive confrontation
Meeting effectiveness
Constructive conflict
Tom Hehir
Interview people from two other programs and learn three new things about them
Part 1:
Part 2:
Specify three things you can do as a community to increase the connection between EPC and UCSC
Closing remarks
by
Maria Rocha-Ruiz
Executive Director
Final thoughts
by
Richard Hughey
Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education
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