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Cultures of Engagement, Opportunity, and Professionalism :  Cultures of Engagement, Opportunity, and Professionalism ACPA—NASPA Joint Meeting April 3, 2007 Orlando, Florida Funded with a grant from ACUHO-I Maureen E. Wilson Bowling Green State University Holley A. Belch Indiana University of Pennsylvania   Norbert W. Dunkel University of Florida Agenda:  Agenda Brief overview of study Culture defined and described Your organizational cultures Highlights of cultures of engagement, opportunity, and professionalism Panel of research participants Large group discussion Study Overview:  Study Overview National study to examine best practices in recruiting and retaining entry-level live-in professionals in housing and residence life What attracts candidates to these positions? Why do they stay? Slide4:  Campuses having best practices in recruiting and retaining entry-level live-in professional staff identified using Delphi technique Expert panel consisted of ACUHO-I Leadership Assembly and Small College Task Force members 72 group and individual interviews conducted by 3 researchers on 11 campuses Institutions:  Institutions Organizational Culture Defined:  Organizational Culture Defined Organizational culture – a shared system of beliefs, values, and assumptions among an organization’s inhabitants (Davis, 1984; Denison, 1996; Flint, 2000; Kuh, 1991; Kuh & Whitt, 1988; Sathe, 1985; Schein, 1992, 1999, 2004; Sergiovanni & Corbally, 1984) Slide7:  Organizational members share a common understanding that unites them, helps them to understand how they fit in, what is valued, appropriate, and inappropriate (Allen & Cherrey, 2000; Davis, 1984; Sathe, 1985; Schein, 1992; Sims, 1994; Whitt, 1997) Culture guides the activities of an organization and its members (Sims, 1994) Culture Elements:  Culture Elements Standard elements of culture include: Artifacts (e.g., traditions, rituals, myths, stories, ceremonies, customs, language, physical, and social environment) Values Basic assumptions (e.g., thoughts, unconscious perceptions) (Kuh, 1991; Kuh & Whitt, 1988; Schein, 1992) Your Organizational Culture:  Your Organizational Culture Please take a few moments to jot down a description of the culture of your department Culture of Sites Described:  Culture of Sites Described Engagement Opportunity Professionalism Culture of Engagement:  Culture of Engagement Mutual fit Friendly Family environment Support “We’ll take care of you” Culture of Opportunity:  Culture of Opportunity Prepare for future – staff will be ready for next position Broad view of professional development and plenty of support for it Not all opportunities require financial resources Culture of Professionalism:  Culture of Professionalism Empowerment Significant autonomy and responsibility Respect homes of staff Upgrades and choice Panel of Participants:  Panel of Participants Deb Grandner University of Maryland Alan Hargrave Ball State University Valerie Randall-Lee Northeastern University References:  References Allen, K. E., & Cherrey, C. (2000). Systematic leadership: Enriching meaning in our work. Lantham, MD: University Press of America. Davis, S. (1984). Managing corporate culture. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger. Denison, D. R. (1996). What is the difference between organizational culture and organizational climate? A native’s point of view on a decade of paradigm wars. Academy of Management Review, 21, 619-654. Flint, M. (2000). Culture club: An investigation of organizational culture. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Australian Association of Research in Education, December 4-7, 2000. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED450 381 Slide16:  Kuh, G. D., & Whitt, E. J. (1988). The invisible tapestry: Culture in American colleges and universities. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report Series, No. 1. Washington, DC: Association for the Study of Higher Education. Kuh, G. D. (1991). Characteristics of involving colleges. In G. D. Kuh & J. H. Schuh (Eds.), The role and contribution of student affairs in involving colleges (pp. 11-29). Washington, DC: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Sathe, V. (1985). Culture and related corporate realities: Text, cases, and readings on organizational entry, establishment, and change. Homewood, IL: Irwin. Schein, E. H. (1992). Organizational culture and leadership (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey Bass. Slide17:  Schein, E. H. (1999). The corporate culture survival guide: Sense and nonsense about culture change. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass. Schein, E. H. (2004). Organizational culture and leadership (3rd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey Bass. Sergiovanni, T., & Corbally, J. (Eds.). (1984). Leadership and organizational culture. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. Sims, R. R. (1994). Ethics and organizational decision making: A call for renewal. Westport, CT: Quorum Books. Whitt, E. J. (1997). Don’t drink the water?: A guide to encountering a new institutional culture [1990]. In E. J. Whitt (Eds.), College student affairs administration (pp. 516-523). Needham Heights, MA: Simon and Schuster. Contact Information & Handout:  Contact Information & Handout Maureen E. Wilson Associate Professor, Bowling Green State University mewilso@bgsu.edu Holley A. Belch Associate Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania habelch@iup.edu Norbert W. Dunkel Director of Housing and Residence Education University of Florida norbd@housing.ufl.edu http://www.housing.ufl.edu/Retain_Recruit/index.htm

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