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Extension Leadership System (ELS)
Program Development Team (PDT)
county based volunteers working to support and
advocate for programming
• 4-H Youth Development
• Family and Consumer Sciences
• Agriculture and Natural Resources
County Council
serves to coordinate efforts for advocacy and support of the
total county Cooperative Extension program
• 3 modules
• Taught by our Program
Development Coordinators
• Implementation timelines
Module 1
Membership and Structure
roles
goals
selection process (9-12 members)
recruiting members
recognizing members
member orientation
Module 1 (cont.)
Membership and Structure
operating guidelines and procedures
length of service and rotation (3 years)
documentation
Module 2
Involving Members
Building Successful Meetings
shared leadership
developing shared leadership
(ownership, learning, and sharing)
member involvement and engagement
(why, how, and what)
Module 2 (cont.)
member involvement
(assessing needs, developing educational plans,
making it happen, evaluation)
What does the research tell us?
• Number of meetings
• Successful components
• Agent Involvement
• Interaction
• Meeting Length
Four components of successful meetings!
R - review and evaluate recent
programs/events
E - educate and explore
P - plan events and participation
E – engage and encourage
Module 3
Empowering your Program Development
Team and Sharing Leadership
understanding shared leadership
implementation
structure (chair, vice-chair, secretary)
Does it work?
County Council
serves to coordinate efforts for advocacy and
support of the total county Cooperative
Extension program
• 9-12 members
• 3-4 representing each program area (even if
there is no agent in the county)
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