Human Resources

Staff Development & Training: L.E.A.D.

Leadership Enhancement and Administrative Development (L.E.A.D.)

This series is designed specifically to assist senior administrators in navigating the complex issues they face as members of the university administration.The full series is delivered in eight half-day modules throughout the academic year.*

If you are interested in participating in this program please contact Liz Grimes ( 962-3274 for more information.

Module 1: Strategic Goals, Mission, Vision, and Challenges for Administrators
Presented by: The Chancellor and Provost

  • Mission, Vision and Strategic Plan of UNCW
  • Roles of an Administrator

Module 2: Leading and Managing - Understanding the Difference
Presented by: Chair of Department of Management, Cameron School of Business

  • The Difference between Leading and Managing
  • Leadership and Management Styles

Module 3: The Right to Manage
Presented by: Office of Human Resources

  • Successful Recruitment and Retention
  • Navigating relevant issues for Faculty, EPA and SPA employees
Module 4: Respecting Our Differences
Presented by: Associate Provost, Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
  • Defining Diversity and Inclusion
  • Why Diversity Matters for UNCW
Module 5: Legal and Ethical Issues in UNCW Leadership
Presented by: Office of General Counsel
  • Office, Personnel, Role and Resources
  • Legal Case Studies
Module 6: Budget Management Presented by: Director of Budgets
  • UNCW's Budget System
  • University Budget Management
Module 7: Managing Performance and Fostering Professional Development
Presented by: Associate Dean CAS and the Director of Employee Relations, Human Resources
  • Developing Faculty and Staff
  • Faculty, SPA and EPA Performance Management
Module 8: Personality and Leadership: Understanding Personality Profiles
Presented by: Professor of Psychology
  • Personality Profiles
  • Defining and Evaluating Leadership

*The order of the modules is subject to change and may or may not be presented in this order