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  • RLIv
    Your current deadline is every bit as important as the last However research has shown that breaks walks snacks humor and other renewal tactics are a source of positive energy and performance How to Participate RLIv is being piloted in fall 2014 with a steering committee of up to 12 MBA and BBA students Email rossleaders umich edu with interest Faculty Affiliates Sue Ashford Michael Susan Jandernoa Professor of Management and Organizations Susan Ashford s current research interests include leadership and managerial effectiveness issue selling self management and organizational change She has studied this work in the context of Read more Wayne Baker Robert P Thome Professor of Management and Organizations Chair of Management and Organizations Professor of Sociology Professor of Organizational Studies LSA Faculty Associate Institute for Social Research Wayne Baker is Robert P Thome Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Management Organizations at the Ross School of Business He is also Professor of Sociology at the University Read more Kim Cameron William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations Kim Cameron is William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations in the Ross School of Business and Professor of Higher Education in the School of Education His past research on Read more Paula Caproni Lecturer of Management and Organizations Paula J Caproni is on the faculty of the Management and Organizations Department at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan Professor Caproni received her MBA from the University Read more Alison Davis Blake Edward J Frey Dean and Stephen M Ross Professor of Business PhD Stanford University MOB Brigham Young University B S Brigham Young University Alison Davis Blake is a higher education leader at the forefront of developing promoting and implementing Read more Jane Dutton Robert L Kahn Distinguished University Professor of Business Administration and Psychology Jane Dutton s research and expertise lies at the intersection of strategy management and organizations and psychology After receiving her Ph D from Northwestern she was on the strategy faculty Read more David Mayer Associate Professor of Management and Organizations David M Mayer is an Associate Professor in the Management and Organizations Area at the University of Michigan s Ross School of Business He received his Ph D from the University of Maryland His Read more Robert Quinn Margaret Elliott Tracy Collegiate Professor in Business Administration Professor of Management and Organizations Robert E Quinn holds the Margaret Elliot Tracey Collegiate Professorship at the University of Michigan and serves on the faculty of Organization and Management at the Ross Business School He is one Read more Jeffrey Sanchez Burks Michael R and Mary Kay Hallman Fellow Associate Professor of Management and Organizations Dr Jeffrey Sanchez Burks is a Michael R and Mary Kay Hallman Fellow and Associate Professor of Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan He received Read more Gretchen Spreitzer Keith E and Valerie J Alessi Professor of Business Administration Professor of Management and Organizations Gretchen M Spreitzer s

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  • RLIx
    and Initiatives Books Publications Research Support Faculty Recruiting Academic Courses Subscribe Search Search Google Appliance Enter the terms you wish to search for Search You are here Programs Sanger Leadership Center RLIx Overview Crisis Challenge Impact Challenge Legacy Lab RLIv RLIx Ross Leaders Academy Story Lab Michigan Model of Leadership RLI Experiment RLIx is a student led forum to plan experiments with new leadership behaviors reflect on results and synthesize learning Working from a flexible curriculum of leadership topics you advance your development through structured personal reflections and small group discussions RLIx builds habits of lifelong leadership development Subjects You ll Explore Structured Reflection You know more than you think you know about yourself Your core values passions strengths and a deeper sense of purpose are discoverable when you reflect on the right questions Action Based Learning There s nothing inherent to experience that ensures learning There s a discipline to structuring your experiences digesting them and capturing practical insights that can be applied Feedback Seeking Most people are uncomfortable seeking feedback even though research shows that feedback seeking leads to measurable improvements in performance and reputation High Quality Connections A strong network of peers built upon mutual positive regard trust and respectful engagement is an invaluable resource to leaders who are committed to lifelong self development How to Participate RLIx begins for Full Time MBA and BBA students each fall Watch for application and competitive selection details If you are selected to participate in RLIx the next step will be to attend one of our kickoff events where our student steering committee will share details of the program year reveal your team assignment and get you and your team collaborating on preliminary reflective exercises Participants often list RLIx among their most powerful experiences at Ross The power of your RLIx experience will depend upon your team s commitment to meeting regularly completing reflections and supporting each other s learning Apply Watch for your opportunity to apply to RLIx Attend Attend a kickoff event where you will be oriented to the program receive your team assignment and begin the RLIx experience Coordinate and Commit Work with your team to set a regular meeting time and commit to supporting each other s learning throughout the experience Faculty Affiliates Susan Ashford Wayne Baker Kim Cameron Paula J Caproni Alison Davis Blake Jane Dutton Dave Mayer Robert Quinn Jeffrey Sanchez Burks Gretchen Spreitzer Kathleen M Sutcliffe James P Walsh Lynn Perry Wooten Related Research Leadership Learn more about senior faculty members including the dean and associate deans Learn more Ross Thought In Action August 16 2013 Compassion Revealed Executive Focus on Management and Organizations Positive Business featuring Jane Dutton Job stress and burnout take a financial toll on industry Professor Jane Dutton shows a way to combat that is through workplace compassion Read more Ross Thought In Action August 24 2013 Driving Leadership Development With Positivity Executive Focus on Management and Organizations Positive Business Leadership featuring D DeRue One of the most important

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  • Ross Leaders Academy
    how to apply Faculty Faculty Director Scott DeRue Associate Dean for Executive Education Professor of Management Director Sanger Leadership Center Faculty Director Emerging Leaders Program D Scott DeRue is the Associate Dean of Executive Education and Professor of Management at the University of Michigan s Stephen M Ross School of Business He is also faculty director of the Sanger Read more Sue Ashford Michael Susan Jandernoa Professor of Management and Organizations Susan Ashford s current research interests include leadership and managerial effectiveness issue selling self management and organizational change She has studied this work in the context of Read more Wayne Baker Robert P Thome Professor of Management and Organizations Chair of Management and Organizations Professor of Sociology Professor of Organizational Studies LSA Faculty Associate Institute for Social Research Wayne Baker is Robert P Thome Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Management Organizations at the Ross School of Business He is also Professor of Sociology at the University Read more Kim Cameron William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations Kim Cameron is William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations in the Ross School of Business and Professor of Higher Education in the School of Education His past research on Read more Paula Caproni Lecturer of Management and Organizations Paula J Caproni is on the faculty of the Management and Organizations Department at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan Professor Caproni received her MBA from the University Read more Alison Davis Blake Edward J Frey Dean and Stephen M Ross Professor of Business PhD Stanford University MOB Brigham Young University B S Brigham Young University Alison Davis Blake is a higher education leader at the forefront of developing promoting and implementing Read more Jane Dutton Robert L Kahn Distinguished University Professor of Business Administration and Psychology Jane Dutton s research and expertise lies at the intersection of strategy management and organizations and psychology After receiving her Ph D from Northwestern she was on the strategy faculty Read more David Mayer Associate Professor of Management and Organizations David M Mayer is an Associate Professor in the Management and Organizations Area at the University of Michigan s Ross School of Business He received his Ph D from the University of Maryland His Read more Robert Quinn Margaret Elliott Tracy Collegiate Professor in Business Administration Professor of Management and Organizations Robert E Quinn holds the Margaret Elliot Tracey Collegiate Professorship at the University of Michigan and serves on the faculty of Organization and Management at the Ross Business School He is one Read more Jeffrey Sanchez Burks Michael R and Mary Kay Hallman Fellow Associate Professor of Management and Organizations Dr Jeffrey Sanchez Burks is a Michael R and Mary Kay Hallman Fellow and Associate Professor of Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan He received Read more Gretchen Spreitzer Keith E and Valerie J Alessi Professor of Business Administration Professor of Management and Organizations Gretchen M Spreitzer s research

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  • Story Lab
    story crafting and storytelling initiative brings Michigan Ross brand of leadership to life on stage It begins with a launch event including stories by model storytellers and breakouts on voice craft and delivery It continues with a series of workshops spread across the academic year It culminates in a Ross community celebration and evening of storytelling featuring faculty students and alumni Leadership Skills You ll Practice Building Culture You will gain firsthand experience leveraging the power of story to embody shared ideals The story you tell will distill Ross brand of leadership personifying empathy drive integrity courage and a determination to make a positive difference in the world Celebrating Achievements You will join an effort to celebrate extraordinary displays of leadership on stages large and small The story you tell may recognize a leader of positional authority uncover an unsung hero or honor a small act that resulted in outsized impact Communicating with Impact You will find your voice craft a narrative using proven techniques and learn to communicate in a way that engages and activates your listeners You will hone the storytelling skills essential to leaders in today s complex world Exuding Presence You will build on your unique communication style and practice language skills vocal tones and body language that convey executive presence Over the course of the year your work will increase your confidence charisma and credibility How to Participate Story Lab is an opt in initiative for students across Ross academic programs The process begins when you register to join us for our opening event in September Spots in the program are limited At the opening event you will hear from model storytellers before starting an academic year long process of identifying crafting and delivering your story After the opening event a series of workshops will

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  • Michigan Model of Leadership
    Impact Challenge Legacy Lab RLIv RLIx Ross Leaders Academy Story Lab Michigan Model of Leadership The Sanger Leadership Center develops leaders who thrive in complex and dynamic business organizations They are committed to leveraging the power of business to make a positive difference in the world They lead with empathy drive integrity and courage They integrate competing values and create organizations that are at once more collaborative more competitive more durable and more innovative They are lifelong learners who invest in the development of their associates They embrace responsibility for the future and a bias towards action regardless of where they sit in an organizational hierarchy They are rigorous problem solvers seeking solutions that cross sectors functions and ways of thinking They approach each day as an opportunity to innovate but also elevate themselves and their organizations to higher levels of morality and motivation This mission is deeply embedded in our Michigan Model of Leadership The Michigan Model of Leadership is rooted in practice oriented research by Ross faculty It introduces a model of leadership that anyone can embrace regardless of where they sit in an organizational hierarchy Effective leaders in today s complex and dynamic world Have a Core Purpose commit to making a positive difference in the world approach every day as an opportunity to have an impact find higher purpose in their work leverage purpose to mobilize their teams to greater energy and performance create a legacy by leaving people organizations and society better off Exhibit Core Values empathy to see the world through others eyes drive to set and achieve challenging goals integrity to do the right thing when no one is watching courage to take risks and make mistakes in service of innovation and creativity Take Action develop collaborative communities deliver robust results build strategic

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  • Michigan Ross to launch leadership center with $20 million gift from former General Mills CEO Stephen Sanger and Karen Sanger | Michigan Ross
    Sanger s tenure as Chairman and CEO General Mills sales more than doubled and earnings and market capitalization tripled Under Sanger s leadership General Mills was consistently recognized for its innovative workplace practices and strong commitment to corporate responsibility As a testament to Sanger s commitment to and practice of positive leadership General Mills has been regularly listed among Fortune s Most Admired Companies and 100 Best Places to Work and in 2007 was named in Fortune as a global top company for leaders ranking sixth out of 550 companies worldwide In 2014 it ranked 4th globally in Aon Hewitt s survey of top companies for leaders Karen Sanger was a secondary school teacher before becoming an attorney specializing in small business law She her husband and their children Mark and Ashley share a passion for the University of Michigan Among those of us who have recruited talent for our companies one of the things that sets Ross graduates apart is their leadership skills Stephen Sanger said This difference reflects the innovative hands on programs of the Ross Leadership Initiative Karen and I are honored to support the continued growth and development of this program through the establishment of the Sanger Leadership Center Scott DeRue Ross associate dean and faculty director of the Sanger Leadership Center said the Sangers gift will increase the school s ability to develop the character and capabilities of future business leaders It will help us create even more high impact high touch leadership development experiences that students can t get anywhere else but Ross he said I envision a future where 50 000 Michigan Ross students past present and future lead positive change in themselves and around the world The creation of the Sanger Leadership Center and the generous gift from the Sangers mark a major leap forward in achieving this important vision It s an incredible addition to our leadership initiatives and I am proud to be a part of this school and university at such an exciting time The Sangers gift is part of the university wide Victors for Michigan campaign which kicked off in 2013 with a goal of raising 4 billion More Ross Leadership Initiative Leaders Best Contact Us I want to contact Academic Services Alumni Career Services C K Prahalad Initiative Career Services Center for Positive Organizations Center for Social Impact Center for Venture Capital and Private Equity Finance Collaboratory for Research on Electronic Work CREW Computing Services Dean s Suite Development and Alumni Relations Doctoral Studies Program Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise Executive Education Executive Learning Conference Center Executive MBA Program Facilities Operations Office Faculty Departments Faculty Support Global Initatives Global MBA Program and East Asia Management Development Center Graduate Admissions Hospitality Services Impact Corps Kresge Business Administration Library Marketing Communications Marketplace Master of Accounting Program Master of Management Program Master of Management Shanghai Cohort Master of Supply Chain Management Program MBA Program Office Michigan Ross PR Mitsui Financial Research Center Monroe Street Journal Office of Action Based

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  • Scott DeRue | Michigan Ross
    Scott DeRue is Associate Dean of Executive Education and Professor of Management at the University of Michigan s Stephen M Ross School of Business He is also director of the Ross Leadership Initiative and faculty director of the Emerging Leaders Program in Executive Education Named by Poets Quants and Fortune as one of the top 40 business school professors under the age of 40 Scott conducts research and teaches in the areas of leadership team performance and human resource management His most recent book Experience driven Leader Development highlights best practices used around the world for developing leadership talent at all levels of organizations His award winning research has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Review Academy of Management Journal Journal of Applied Psychology Organization Science Organizational Behavior Human Decision Processes Personnel Psychology Research in Organizational Behavior Leadership Quarterly and the Human Resource Management Journal Scott is frequently featured in media outlets ranging from BusinessWeek Harvard Business Review the Washington Post and the New York Times He is also the Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology a leading journal for research on psychology and human behavior at work Drawing upon his research expertise Scott is often sought out to advise organizations on issues related to leadership and team development executive selection and succession and human resource management Prior to joining the University of Michigan faculty Scott served in leadership positions at the Monitor Group now Monitor Deloitte and Hinckley Yacht Company He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his PhD in Management at Michigan State University Articles Books Chapters The Lessons of Experience Field Book Strategies and Tools for Experience based Leadership Development Authors McCauley C D DeRue D S Yost P Taylor S Published Date 2013 Source Jossey Bass Wiley Leadership development A review and agenda for future research Authors DeRue D S Myers C G Published Date 2014 Source Oxford University Press Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations D V Day A quasi experimental study of after event reviews and leadership development Authors DeRue D S Nahrgang J D Hollenbeck J R Workman K Published Date 2012 Source Journal of Applied Psychology Volume 97 Pages 997 1015 Adaptive leadership theory Leading and following as a complex adaptive process Authors DeRue D S Published Date 2011 Source Research in Organizational Behavior Developing Adaptive Leaders for Turbulent Times The Michigan Model of Leadership Authors DeRue D S Spreitzer G Flanagan B Allen B Published Date 2013 Source European Business Review Volume May June Issue 1 Pages 57 61 Developing as a leader The power of mindful engagement Authors Ashford S J DeRue D S Published Date 2012 Source Organizational Dynamics Developing leaders via experience The role of developmental challenge learning orientation and feedback Authors DeRue D S Wellman N Published Date 2009 Source Journal of Applied Psychology Ditch the Performance Reviews Not really Learn to Do Them Well Authors Sytch M DeRue

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  • Multidisciplinary Action Projects | How to Sponsor MAP
    Technology Operations Ana Austin amorrel umich edu 734 615 5067 ross globalinitiatives umich edu 734 936 3917 Ann Arbor Office rossgmba umich edu 734 764 6411 rossadmissions umich edu 734 763 5796 RossHospitalityServices umich edu 734 764 4581 socialimpact umich edu 734 763 4214 Administrative Office kresge library umich edu 734 764 7356 RossCommunications umich edu 734 936 2150 734 764 9945 Kaci Kegler rossmacc umich edu 734 647 6939 RossMMinfo umich edu 734 647 4193 RossMM SJTUinfo umich edu 734 647 4193 rossmscm umich edu 734 647 1396 Heather Byrne Managing Director hbyrne umich edu 734 615 7318 michiganrosspr umich edu Joyce Buchanan Executive Secretary buchanan umich edu 734 764 5222 MSJ Editor gmail com 734 764 2074 rossmapprogram umich edu 734 615 2096 Tesenga Smith tesdun umich edu 734 764 9868 RossEvents umich edu rossfinaid umich edu 734 764 5139 Rachel Hammond rachelbh umich edu 734 763 1180 otpr umich edu 734 763 3068 Paul Kirsch Managing Director pskirsch umich edu RossUndergrad umich edu 763 7267 rossptmba umich edu 734 615 6529 734 763 2376 Lillian Chen Research Area Specialist lillianc umich edu 734 615 7348 Stewart Thornhill Executive Director thorstew umich edu 734 615 4421 rossleaders umich edu 734 647 4192 734 764 2246 734 936 2726 tauberinfo umich edu 734 647 1333 734 763 5183 rossundergrad umich edu 734 763 5796 wdi umich edu 734 763 5020 MAP Programs Each MBA program at Ross offers MAP to its students as a core or elective course MAP staff work with you to develop proposals to sponsor projects with the right program See which program is best for you Who Full Time MBA students Weekend MBA students Evening MBA students Global MBA students executive mba students When 2nd week of March to the end of April Early January to Mid April Early May to Mid August Early May to the end of June September to December Project Duration 7 weeks 14 weeks 14 weeks 7 weeks 3 5 months Proposals Due By Nov 21 2014 Nov 1 2014 April 12 2015 March 2 2015 Early July Sponsor Notifications Late January 2015 Dec 15 2014 April 25 2015 Late March 2015 Contact RossMAPprogram umich edu 734 763 2463 RossPTMBA umich edu 734 763 5412 RossPTMBA umich edu 734 763 5412 GMBAMAP umich edu 734 764 6411 RossEMBA umich edu 734 763 5809 Your Proposal MAP delivers the most value when you have pressing issues with no simple solution The best projects have no existing or obvious solution have strong support from senior management require a multidisciplinary approach can be successfully completed in the time allowed demand a set of actionable recommendations If you have a potential project in mind here are the next steps Developing a project proposal with us We ll work with you to ensure that the proposal meets the objectives of the school as well as your organization Review and approval Ross faculty review all proposals We ll get back in touch to provide an update

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