APA format is required. References should be listed immediately after the question that is being answered. Each question lists a minimum number of unique scholarly references; the textbook is considered one unique….
The interview will be structured including the list of 10 questions below. Note: Your peers will be reading your interviews as part of the Week Six summative assessment.
Week 5 – Assignment
Campus Leader Interview
This week you are tasked with interviewing a college leader (Department Chair, Dean, Vice-President, President, etc.). The interview will be structured including the list of 10 questions below. Note: Your peers will be reading your interviews as part of the Week Six summative assessment. You will want to include as much detail in each answer as possible. You can organize your document in a question/answer format. At the end of your paper (in your own words), articulate significant highlights or “takeaways” from the interview.
- Please give a brief background of your education and experience.
- Briefly describe the type of setting you work in and the duties of your position.
- What would you consider to be some important best practices for leaders?
- How would you define diversity?
- Do you feel understanding diversity is an important part of your job? If so, what do you do to ensure your knowledge continues to develop in this area?
- Do you encourage and support diversity training on your campus?
- How do you advocate for students with diverse learning needs?
- How would you motivate faculty that are uninterested in diversity training and/or feel it is a waste of time?
- How would you go about institutionalizing leadership practices that serve diverse populations?
- What specific leadership challenges do you have with respect to diversity?
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Kezar, A. (2007). Tools for a time and place: Phased leadership strategies to institutionalize a diversity agenda. Review of Higher Education, 30(4), 413-439.
Lawson, H. A. (2014). Investing in Leaders and Leadership to Secure a Desirable Future. Quest, 66(3), 263-287.
Mittal, R. (2015). Charismatic and transformational leadership styles: A cross-cultural perspective. International Journal of Business and Management, 10(3), 26. Retrieved from http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijbm/arti…
American Council on Education. (2013). Matter of excellence: A guide to strategic diversity leadership and accountability in higher education. Retrieved from https://bookstore.acenet.edu/products/matter-excel…