Supervisor Support Letter
Supervisor and organizational support for the CLF participant are important in achieving successful outcomes. For a CLF participant to be successful, s/he should be able to apply her/his collaborative leadership skills at work. As a supervisor, you can support the participant by helping her/him achieve the goals in her/his leadership development plan, by identifying new formal and informal leadership opportunities within the organization, and attending the following two Supervisor/Fellow sessions: Thursday, February 22nd at 8 AM , AND Friday, October 28, 2018 from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (please place these date on your calendar now).
The goals of the Collaborative Leadership Fellows Program are to:
-- develop specific advanced leadership skills focused on collaboration;
-- strengthen community capacity for collaborative leadership; and
-- ensure succession of community leadership invested in multi-sector solutions to complex community issues.
These goals are achieved through a module that is based on adult learning theory and includes a highly interactive experiential learning process. This process includes presentations, small and large group work, coaching, journaling, self-reflection, homework between the four sessions, a mentored Community Engagement Initiative (CEI), and celebrations of successes.
Name of Applicant
I support the applicant's participation in the CLF Program by allowing him/her to attend four session throughout the year (all day Thursdays and Fridays) and spend between 1-3 additional hours per week in CLF activities such as reading, phone conversations, and the Community Engagement Initiative.
Briefly describe how you have seen the applicant demonstrate emerging leadership qualities and attributes in his/her work and/or life.
What do you think is the greatest benefit the applicant will receive by participating in the CLF Program?
Please tell us why you are recommending this person for participation in the CLF Program.
Send me a copy of my responses.
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