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College publications are given 2-part "pub numbers" that are used to identify them. The first part (the prefix) is a set of letters that indicates which series the document belongs to. A series is a grouping of documents that share similar content. The second part of the pub number is just a sequential number.

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Developing Organizational Leadership


CLD2-1-ANR

Understanding Your Organization's Culture: ANR Facilitator's Guide

1/19/2021 (new)
Authors: Kristina Hains, Janet Johnson

Effective leaders have a profound effect upon the culture of their organizations. Leaders hire and fire, determine policies, and are organizational role models. All of these factors impact an organization's culture. Therefore, it is important that leaders understand the basics behind culture and how to influence it toward desired results.

Departments: Allen County, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 175 kb
Pages: 5



CLD2-9-ANR

Sustaining Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Strengthening an Organization by Building Traditions: ANR Facilitator's Guide

11/13/2020 (new)
Authors: Faye Kuosman

Sustaining members, volunteers and leaders and their continued efforts and service to the program is imperative to the continued health and well-being of any community organization. Sustaining adds stability, credibility and continuity to organizations. Sustaining, the fourth and final category of the GEMS Model of Volunteer Administration, consists of five steps: evaluate, recognize, retain, redirect and disengage.

Departments: Woodford County
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 175 kb
Pages: 6



CLD2-7-ANR

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership: ANR Facilitator's Guide

10/29/2020 (new)
Authors: Faye Kuosman

Educating, empowering and equipping 4-H members, volunteers and leaders adds stability, quality and effectiveness to the organization and its provided programs.

Departments: Woodford County
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 210 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-6-ANR

Developing and Implementing an Action Plan for Community Organizations: Giving New Direction to Established Organizations: Facilitator's Guide

9/24/2020 (new)
Authors: Faye Kuosman

A clear plan is necessary for your organization to move toward achieving its objectives. What, specifically, is the role of the organization in the community? What are the needs of the community? What is the role of the organization in addressing or serving the needs of the community? If you are in a new leadership role with your organization, utilize this process to develop a focus or purpose. For established leadership, review this process and see which topics you've missed or perhaps haven't addressed in a while. Remember--to build an organization and to keep an effective organization going, you need to plan for the future.

Departments: Woodford County
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 234 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-14

Understanding Community Health Through a Policy, Systems, and Environment Approach

8/14/2018 (new)
Authors: Daniel Kahl

Communities can host a complex array of interacting organizations, programs, services and resources. The existing policies, systems, and environments that impact the health of community members can be a confusing maze of physical attributes, organizational systems, and rules that govern behavior. This document will help Cooperative Extension agents and health advocates by teasing apart the complexity of community living to identify assets and barriers to community health. The document also explores the importance of engaging community members in the process of community health asset identification and improvement.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 270 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-13

Aligning Leadership Programs with Community Development

12/5/2017 (new)
Authors: Daniel Kahl

Aligning the content and activities of a leadership program with the intended outcomes for the participants, stakeholders, and broader community is important for several reasons. This publication will help community leaders who oversee a community-based leadership development program to align their leadership development with community development. For community leaders thinking of starting a leadership program, this publication will be a valuable resource for providing focus and identifying desired program content.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 195 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-12

A Conveners' Guide to Hosting a Public Forum

10/20/2016 (new)
Authors: Daniel Kahl

This guide is intended to provide support to Cooperative Extension professionals who intend to bring the public together for an issue discussion. It will provide a general overview to help the convener of a public meeting address basic details needed to design and host a meeting.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 262 kb
Pages: 5



CLD2-5-4H

Using a SWOT Analysis: Taking a Look at Your Organization: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

5/16/2016 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp, Christy Eastwood, Susan Turner

A SWOT analysis is a simple review process. When combined with a goal-setting activity, SWOT is a useful tool that will provide your organization with a roadmap to set and reach its goals successfully.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 292 kb
Pages: 7



CLD2-11-4H

Financial Oversight for a Nonprofit Organization: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Successful organizations follow regulations and guidelines pertaining to sound financial management practices. The members, leaders and volunteers of an organization should understand the need for accurate and timely reporting and have both internal and external rules of management in place.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 283 kb
Pages: 6



CLD2-9-4H

Sustaining Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Strengthening an Organization by Building Traditions: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Sustaining members, volunteers and leaders and their continued efforts and service to the program is imperative to the continued health and well-being of 4-H or any community organization. Sustaining adds stability, credibility and continuity to organizations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 267 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-8-4H

Mobilizing Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Calling the Group to Action: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

To effectively serve the needs of people in a community, members, volunteers and leaders of 4-H must be mobilized to action. Mobilizing is the key component of a volunteer program and is the step in which education, youth development, service and leadership all begin.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 217 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-7-4H

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/20/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Educating, empowering and equipping 4-H members, volunteers and leaders adds stability, quality and effectiveness to the organization and its provided programs.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 273 kb
Pages: 7



CLD2-10

Evaluation: Everyone Has a Role

6/17/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Jones

Although there are a number of definitions for "evaluation," in basic terms, it is simply the process of determining whether a program is producing desired results. To meet the requirements of reporting and accountability, businesses, organizations and agencies must understand how to best measure the success of a program.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 186 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-6-4H

Developing and Implementing an Action Plan for Community Organizations: Giving New Direction to Established Organizations: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

3/26/2015 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

The goal of this program is developing and implementing an action plan that will inspire and set in motion the actions needed to accomplish the 4-H organization's vision.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 331 kb
Pages: 9



CLD2-4-4H

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

8/15/2014 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Successful organizations consist of members, volunteers and leaders who engage creative talents and interests to serve the community more effectively. To effectively address community issues, the organization must assess its participant needs with specific roles and responsibilities necessary to take action.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 271 kb
Pages: 5



CLD2-2-4H

Visioning: Setting the Future for Your Organization: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/17/2014 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

A vision statement outlines the desired future state of an organization; it offers a picture of what could be and encourages the organization to move toward that image. When a vision statement is developed, utilizing a process that engages an organization's members and leadership, it becomes a tool of empowerment. A vision statement reflects the core values of the organization.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 203 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-1-4H

Understanding Your Organization's Culture: 4-H Facilitator's Guide

7/2/2014 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

A variety of features give an organization meaning and make it familiar and recognizable. One of these features is culture. Understanding culture in the general sense can lead to a working knowledge of organizational culture. This understanding could result in more effective members, volunteers and leaders, expanded community engagement and increased growth for your organization.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 361 kb
Pages: 5



CLD2-8-ANR

Mobilizing Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Calling the Group to Action: ANR Facilitator's Guide

6/25/2014 (new)
Authors: D.J. Scully

Mobilizing is an important component of volunteer and community development; organizational participants must be mobilized in order for anything to be accomplished.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 369 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-5-ANR

Using a SWOT Analysis: Taking a Look at Your Organization: ANR Facilitator's Guide

6/16/2014 (new)
Authors: Bonnie Sigmon

A SWOT analysis is a deliberate planning method used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of an organization or project.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 542 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-4-ANR

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership: ANR Facilitator's Guide

4/3/2014 (new)
Authors: Ray Tackett

Successful organizations consist of members, volunteers and leaders who engage creative talents and interests to better serve the community. To effectively address community issues, the organization must assess its participant needs with specific roles and responsibilities necessary to take action.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 496 kb
Pages: 12



CLD2-11

Financial Oversight for a Nonprofit Organization

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Steve Isaacs

To be trusted with financial oversight suggests that the organization has confidence that the individual will manage the funds in a timely, transparent, and accurate manner. Openness in reporting receipts, expenditures, and financial status in a clear format and on a regular basis is vital.

Departments: Agricultural Economics, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 299 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-11-FCS

Financial Oversight for a Nonprofit Organization: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Jennifer Bridge

Successful organizations follow regulations and guidelines pertaining to sound financial management practices. Organization leaders and members understand the need for accurate and timely reporting and have in place internal, and if necessary, external rules of management.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 367 kb
Pages: 6



CLD2-9

Sustaining Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Strengthening an Organization by Building Traditions

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Sustaining members, volunteers and leaders and their continued efforts and service to the program is imperative to the continued health and well-being of any community organization. Sustaining adds stability, credibility and continuity to organizations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 271 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-9-FCS

Sustaining Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Strengthening an Organization by Building Traditions: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Rosie Allen

Sustaining, the fourth and final category of the GEMS Model of Volunteer Administration, consists of five steps: evaluate, recognize, retain, redirect and disengage.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 318 kb
Pages: 6



CLD2-8

Mobilizing Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Calling the Group to Action

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

To effectively serve community needs, members, volunteers and leaders of community organizations must be mobilized to action. Mobilizing is the key component of a volunteer program and is the step in which service, leadership and action all begin.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 244 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-8-FCS

Mobilizing Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Calling the Group to Action: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Kenna Knight

Organizational participants will be mobilized in order for anything to be accomplished by being engaged, motivated and supervised.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 303 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-7

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Individuals who are well-equipped to serve the organization effectively will have a more positive experience with the organization. The four components involved in educating members, volunteers and leaders include: orient, protect, resource and teach.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 262 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-7-FCS

Educating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Empower Your Group by Developing Leadership: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

Educating, empowering and equipping organizational participants adds stability, quality and effectiveness to the organization and its provided programs.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 391 kb
Pages: 9



CLD2-6

Developing and Implementing an Action Plan for Community Organizations: Giving New Direction to Established Organizations

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

There are several steps involved in preparing for, developing and implementing an action plan for an organization. These steps will be discussed in detail in this publication

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 270 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-6-FCS

Developing and Implementing an Action Plan for Community Organizations: Giving New Direction to Established Organizations: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/6/2013 (new)
Authors: Rosie Allen

A clear plan is necessary for your organization to move toward achieving its objectives. A group that doesn't have an action plan is like a ship that hoists its sail and lets the winds blow it wherever it may land; the ship is not likely to reach its intended harbor.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 416 kb
Pages: 9



CLD2-5

Using a SWOT Analysis: Taking a Look at Your Organization

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Kristina Ricketts

Before you try to determine a strategy to address your community issue, you need to evaluate the factors that may affect your decision. The more thoroughly you prepare up front, the better your results will be. A SWOT analysis is used to examine the factors and help determine how you can reach your goal successfully.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 237 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-5-FCS

Using a SWOT Analysis: Taking a Look at Your Organization: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Melissa Goodman

A SWOT analysis is a deliberate planning method used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of an organization or project.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 495 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-4

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

Effective organizations are composed of a variety of members, volunteers and leaders. The collective interests, skills and abilities of these individuals can be called to action in order to fulfill identified community needs and assist or serve specific clientele, audiences or populations.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 347 kb
Pages: 8



CLD2-4-FCS

Generating Members, Volunteers and Leaders in Community Organizations: Grow Your Group by Building Its Membership: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp, Janet Johnson

Successful organizations consist of members, volunteers and leaders who engage creative talents and interests to better serve the community. In order to effectively address community issues, the organization must assess its participant needs with specific roles and responsibilities necessary to take action.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 514 kb
Pages: 11



CLD2-3

Kentucky Extension Leadership Development: Strengthening Organizational Leadership with the GEMS Model of Volunteer Involvement

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Ken Culp

To organize and coordinate the efforts of many volunteers, a framework for volunteer engagement and leadership development is needed. In response to rapidly changing needs of volunteer coordinators, the GEMS Model of volunteer involvement was developed.

Departments: 4-H Programs, Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 365 kb
Pages: 4



CLD2-2

Visioning: Setting the Future for Your Organization

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Kristina Ricketts

The important role that vision plays within a successful organization cannot be underestimated. A vision transforms an organization; it offers a picture of what could be, and encourages the organization to move toward that goal.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 306 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-2-FCS

Visioning: Setting the Future for Your Organization: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Melissa Goodman

A vision transforms an organization; it offers a picture of what could be, and encourages the organization to move toward that goal. When a vision is developed utilizing a process that engages organization's members and leadership, it becomes a tool of empowerment.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 477 kb
Pages: 6



CLD2-1

Understanding Your Organization's Culture

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Kristina Ricketts

A thorough knowledge of your organization's culture can lead to a variety of successful outcomes, including improved leadership, increased community engagement, and ideally, organizational growth.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 290 kb
Pages: 3



CLD2-1-FCS

Understanding Your Organization's Culture: FCS Facilitator's Guide

2/5/2013 (new)
Authors: Janet Johnson, Kristina Ricketts

Effective leaders have a profound effect upon the culture of their organizations. Leaders hire and fire, determine policies and are organizational role models. All of these factors impact an organization's culture. Therefore, it is important that leaders understand the basics behind culture and how to influence it toward desired results.

Departments: Community and Leadership Development, County Extension
Series: Developing Organizational Leadership (CLD2 series)
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Size: 313 kb
Pages: 4