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VUSN Faculty Orientation - Community Chair Timeline

Design (Month 7-8)

  • Design an approach to achieve 2-3 reasonable goals
  • Explore resources/support to be successful in the faculty role
  • Identify ways to balance work/life integration

Don’t Settle (Month 11-12)

  • Create bigger dreams and shared visions
  • Identify areas of continued growth in the faculty role

Discover (Month 3-4)

  • Meet other faculty and participate in community and school life
  • Learn about resources for scholarship, teaching, and service
  • Review appropriate rank criteria

Disarm (Month 1-2)

  • Build relationships
  • Identify strengths, skills, & passions
  • Understand the role of the Chair
  • Understand the role of a VUSN faculty member

Dream (Month 5-6)

  • Envision future goals
  • Highlight the importance of employing resources to meet personal and professional goals

Orientation planMonths 1 - 12:

Deliver (Month 9-10)

  • Make steps towards meeting 2-3 goals in the design phase
  • Request support/guidance/help of the CC, mentor, or other

  • ObjectivesThroughout this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Explore opportunities to meet other faculty and participate in community and school life
    • Learn about VUSN’s available resources for scholarship, teaching, and service
    • Review appropriate rank criteria
  • Chair – faculty 1:1 meetingGuided Questions for reflection
    • How do you define success in your faculty role?
    • How can we effectively leverage your identified strengths to navigate your transition to the faculty role?
    • What challenges do you anticipate during your transition to becoming a VUSN faculty member?
    • How have you planned to manage these challenges?
    • Which resources will best meet your needs?
  • OutcomesBy the conclusion of this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Identify strategies to navigate anticipated challenges as a new faculty member
    • Learn about and/or access resources of interest/need
    • Connect with group/person affiliated with the resource
    • Understand rank criteria to consider future goals

Discover

  • ObjectivesThroughout this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Engage in relationship building
    • Identify faculty’s strengths, skills, & passions
    • Understand the role of the CC
    • Understand the role of a VUSN faculty member
  • Chair – faculty 1:1 meetingGuided Questions for reflection
    • What are your strengths according to the Strength Finders Assessment?
    • Do you agree with the assessment findings?
    • What do you consider to be your best skills?
    • What is a professional or personal accomplishment that makes you proud?
    • What are your hobbies or interests; what do you do for fun?
    • What is your understanding of the faculty role?
    • How do you view yourself as a faculty member?
  • OutcomesBy the conclusion of this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Understand strengths identified personally and in the Strength Finders Assessment
    • Establish a relationship with the CC, community members, and faculty
    • Feel welcomed to the VUSN community
    • Use the CC as a resource for orientation/faculty needs
    • Envision self as a VUSN faculty member

Disarm

  • ObjectivesThroughout this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Envision future goals
    • Highlight the importance of employing resources to meet personal and professional goals
  • Chair–faculty 1:1 meetingGuided Questions for reflection
    • What are your aspirations as a faculty member?
    • If you were going to dream of the possibilities of being a faculty member, what would that look like?
    • What do you want to achieve in your first year as a faculty member?
    • What do you dream of accomplishing in 5 years?
    • How should you position yourself to achieve your desired future state in your role?
  • OutcomesBy the conclusion of this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Identify 2-3 goals to meet in the next six months
    • Verbalize a future aspired state as a faculty member

Dream

  • ObjectivesThroughout this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Create bigger dreams and shared visions
    • Identify areas of continued growth in the faculty role
  • Chair – faculty 1:1 meetingGuided Questions for reflection
    • How has your understanding of the faculty role changed since the start of your employment?
    • What have you learned about yourself in the past 12 months?
    • What have you enjoyed the most in your first year?
    • What improvements can be made either personally or in the community?
    • What are your next steps to continue success in your faculty role?
    • What resources do you need to accomplish your goals?
    • How are you handling any challenges you may be facing?
    • What strategies can you personally put into place to support your success in your faculty role?
    • In what areas would you like to continue growing?
    • How will you maintain work/life integration?
    • How can you use your strengths and resources to stretch into new opportunities?
  • OutcomesBy the conclusion of this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Identify a plan for continued growth in the faculty role
    • Find approaches to balance work/life integration

Don't Settle

  • ObjectivesThroughout this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Design an approach to achieve 2-3 reasonable goals
    • Explore resources/support available to be successful in the faculty role
    • Identify ways to balance work/life integration
  • Chair – faculty 1:1 meetingGuided Questions for reflection
    • How is your life/work integration?
    • How do you engage with your community (peers, colleagues, mentors)?
    • Which resources/support will you access to achieve some goals?
    • How can I help you meet your needs in your faculty role?
  • OutcomesBy the conclusion of this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Identify an approach to balance work/life integration
    • Design how they will achieve 2-3 feasible goals using available resources and support

Design

  • ObjectivesThroughout this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Make steps towards meeting 2-3 goals in the design phase
    • Request support/guidance/help of the CC, mentor, or other
  • Chair – faculty 1:1 meetingGuided Questions for reflection
    • How did you feel throughout your efforts to achieve your goals?
    • Which resources or support did you need?
    • What resources/support did you need that were not accessible/available?
    • Did you revise your goals based on your personal or professional needs?
    • What are some challenges you have faced in this phase?
    • What strategies have you used to overcome the challenge(s)?
    • What specific needs do you need to enhance your faculty role experience?
  • OutcomesBy the conclusion of this phase, the faculty member will:
    • Achieve 2-3 goals
    • Receive support/guidance from requested person/group
    • Identify future resources/support needed to personally or professionally meet goals

Deliver