De La Salle University
For more than one hundred years since the La Salle brothers started this learning institution in 1911, DLSU has become one of the highly reputable universities in the country today. Achieving its vision, A leading learner-centered research university, bridging faith and scholarship in the service of society, especially the poor, the university never rests on its laurels but instead continue to challenge itself, the administration, the faculty members and all its stakeholders in upgrading its standards in delivering quality education and service to the community. DLSU has been implementing the Learning Leaders Development Program to address this institutional vision and prepare its potential leaders and managers. The program consist of seminars and workshops on various aspects of university leadership and management to equip participants with the knowledge, competencies, values and skills required for effective educational leadership and management in contemporary times. Through the adoption of different learning approaches and techniques (lectures, discussion, reflection, group interaction, case studies, mentoring/internships, etc.), participants were expected to acquire new perspectives on leadership and management and develop projects responsive to social/community development needs and projects relevant to the Lasallian context. LMDP participants included academic leaders/managers and administrative leaders/managers. At the end of the program, each participant is expected to present a project he/she developed to respond to the needs of the academic community. Teaching-learning modes included lectures, workshops, independent study and sharing of insights and experiences. In order to assess the effectiveness of the program, participants were aksed to evaluate. These evaluation results will provide DLSU administrators with feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of the LMDP as implemented by the university. Moreover, findings shall serve as bases for future planning and improvement of this management program.
Evaluation Results of the Learning Leaders Development Program