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Leadership Skagit Class of 2005

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Leadership Skagit Class of 2005

    Leadership Skagit Class of 2006

    Program Assessment

    The expectations the class developed at the beginning of the year:

    ? Exchange and test ideas

    ? Interact with others

    ? Fill gaps in leadership skills

    ? Gain conflict resolution skills

    ? Learn steps to implement leadership skills and inspire others

    ? Gain an understanding about a wide range of community issues

    ? How to reach out to diverse cultures

    ? Be a voice in our community be included

    ? Learn how new community members can effect change

    ? How to effect change through understanding existing processes in place

    ? Learn how to effect change at regional/national levels example: disasters

    ? Network make contacts for future resource assets

    ? Use the next 9 months to make meaningful personal change

    ? Challenge yourself to the edge

    ? Have fun in the processes of Leadership Skagit

    1. What did you expect to learn by participating in the Leadership Skagit program?

    Comments:

2. To what extent did the program provide the learning you expected?

    I learned very little I learned less than I I learned what I I learned more than I I learned more than I

     from the program. expected from the expected to learn. expected from the dreamed was possible.

     program. program.

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    Comments:

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3. How well did the Challenge Days orient you to key sectors and issues they face? (e.g. Education,

     Government, Media, Law & Justice, Business & Economic Development, Agriculture, Natural

     Resources, Health & Human Services, Leisure & Arts)

    Provided very little Provided less Provided a solid Provided a very Provided an excellent

     information information than I orientation good orientation orientation.

     would have liked

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    Comments:

4. How much did the small group service project contribute to your leadership skills development?

    I learned very little. I learned less than I I learned what I I learned more than I learned more than I

     expected. expected to learn. I expected. dreamed possible.

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    Comments:

5. How much did the completion of the Leadership Challenge Workbook contribute to your leadership

    skills development?

    I learned very little. I learned less than I I learned what I I learned more than I I learned more than I

     expected. expected to learn. expected. dreamed possible.

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6. How much did the completion of the 360 degree leadership assessment (Leadership Practices

     Inventory) contribute to your leadership skills development?

     I learned very little. I learned less than I learned what I I learned more than I I learned more than I

     I expected. expected to learn. expected. dreamed possible.

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7. How much did your coach contribute to your leadership skills development?

     I learned very little. I learned less than I learned what I I learned more than I I learned more than I

     I expected. expected to learn. expected. dreamed possible.

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7. (continued)

    Comments:

8. To what extent did Leadership Skagit provide opportunities to build relationships with the program

    participants?

Very difficult to build Inadequate time spent Some time available for Ample time available Great opportunity for

     relationships on relationship building building relationships for building relationships building relationships

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9. Compare your skills to those you had prior to entering Leadership Skagit. Do you feel able to critically

    assess your personal leadership ability, self direct the development of leadership skills, and develop

    processes and experiences for continued leadership skill building? Yes No

Comments:

10. Compare your knowledge and skills to those you had prior to entering Leadership Skagit. Do you feel

    better able to access community resources and influence decision-making processes within the

    community? Yes No

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11. For the following questions, compare your skills to those you had prior to entering Leadership Skagit.

     11a. Do you feel better able to demonstrate high ethical standards in leadership? Yes No

    11b. Do you feel better able to demonstrate respect for community diversity? Yes No

    11c. Do you feel better able to demonstrate community stewardship? Yes No

    11d. Do you feel better able to communicate, collaborate, and resolve conflicts? Yes No

    Comments:

12. If you could change one thing about Leadership Skagit, what would it be?

    Comments:

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13. Other Comments:

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