Influencer Strategy

Influencer Strategy

Throughout the many assignments and coursework that has been assigned to us through the DLL program I have realized my one key goal is reflection. I believe that reflection is key to my student’s success and overall goal to becoming Registered Therapists. If they have a platform like e-portfolios it would give them access to reflect back on the daily activities and competencies that are to be met.

One of the first steps to doing that is finding a few students to become a focus group and measure their outcomes. My goal is to have my incoming class in 2019 to begin their program with e-portfolios of their choosing. I will be at 100%  program wide by 2020. Also, would like at least 50% of my instructors, administrators, and cohorts to be involved in feedback of their learning or developing their own profiles to model the behavior by Fall 2019.

Below, you will find my results I would like to achieve, vital behaviors, how they will be measured, and who are my organizational influencers.

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Below you will find my six sources of influencers it shows how we will model through personal, social, structural motivation and ability.

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References

Grenny, J., Patterson, K., Maxfield, D., McMillan, R., & Switzler, A. (2013).
 
               Influencer: The new science of leading change. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

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