Models for Assessing and Developing Leadership Competencies


There are many ways to incorporate leadership development into your degree programs—from a curricular-based approach to the use of assessment centers.  The panelists in this session are each using a different model of assessing and developing leadership competencies at their school, and they will share how and why they work.  Each panelist will identify his/her leadership program objectives and design and then discuss the context in which the program was successfully created and implemented.  There will be ample time to discuss the pros and cons of the different models and get input from our panelists on how best to make them work for you. 

, Senior Lecturer, Leadership Development, Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis
JEFFREY KUDISCH, Managing Director, Office of Career Services, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
NETA MOYE, Principal Research Scientist, PDRI and Former Faculty Director, Leadership Development Programs, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University