Assessing Leadership Styles
2:00 pm-7:00 pm
Kellogg Ctr., MSU
Fellows experience assessments to identify personal preferences and styles, simulations and experiential activities to examine how different styles and behaviors conflict with individual and organizational goals. Group discussions incorporate these skills into the Fellows work experience. Interpretation of the FIRO-B Instrument
Argelio B. Perez is a consultant affiliated with a number of private and public organizations including University Associates Consulting and Training Services and the Institute for Educational Leadership. He has a diverse background in public administration with substantial experience in supervision, fiscal management, legislation/regulatory monitoring, staff development, planning and reorganization. He is also principal of Transformations, a Lansing-based consulting firm, specializing in leadership development, organizational change, team-building and facilitation.
Session B Resource Person: Ms. Jan Urban-Lurain (EPFP 84-85)
Jan Urban-Lurain, President, Spectra Data and Research, Inc. is a practical innovator, group facilitator, and organizational consultant. Her fifteen years in state government included experiences as the Deputy Director of the Governor's Office for Job Training and chairperson of the Cabinet Council on Human INvestment. Since 1991, she has focused on building individual, organization and community capacity to successfully implement systems reform and complex change. Jan has a B.A. in Social Work and a Masters in Public Administration.