OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Leadership In the City

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Leadership In the City

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Leadership In the City Entrepreneurial Networks Julie Fox, [email protected] Associate Chair, Department of Extension OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Agenda Updates for City Leaders whats happening Review program progress to date Your city overviews Entrepreneurial Networks

June 19 onsite meeting your cities Elected Officials, Grants & Contracts, Advancement Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 2 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Updates Updates for City Leaders whats happening Ohio OSU Urban Mission OSUE State Extension Advisory Committee Admin Cabinet New Director Briefing

Professional Development Orientation, Just-in-Time, Learning Network, Advanced Nationally National Urban Extension Conference NUEL White Paper for ECOP Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 3 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Review Progress to Date Entrepreneurial Leadership Your Leadership Competencies & Process City Context

Your City Land-Grant University Extension Context Your University Connections Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 4 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Your Cities

Demographics: population density and diversity Geography History Expressed needs/priorities, trends, forecasts Complexity and competition in this city Extension history in this city Personnel Programs Partners What makes this city unique? Looking ahead / Opportunity Identification Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 5

Leadership In the City OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Entrepreneurial Networks Entrepreneurial Innovation Entrepreneurial Leadership Ohio Cities

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Learning Objectives/Competencies Knowledge Understand entrepreneurial network context Know how to build social capital Distinguish between different types of influence Behavior Develop systematic approach to network development Long-term Benefits Collective impact Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 7 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION

Overview/Essential Elements Themes Entrepreneurial Networks Social Capital Influence Network of People/Resources University Extension (faculty/staff, volunteers/alumni) Elected Officials Public/Private Partners Other Resource Providers Advisory, Experts, Volunteers Collective Impact Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 8

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Entrepreneurial Networks The network construct in entrepreneurship research: a review and critique (2001) Network-based research in entrepreneurship, A critical review (2001) Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 9 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Social Capital

http://wp.aae.wisc.edu/ced/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2014/01/204.2-Handout-CommunityCapitals.pdf Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 10 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Social Capital Bonds: Links to people based on a sense of common identity (people like us) such as family, close friends and people who share our culture or ethnicity. Bridges: Links that stretch beyond a shared sense of identity, for example to distant friends, colleagues and associates. Linkages: Links to people or groups further up or lower down the social ladder

www.oecd.org/insights/37966934.pdf Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 11 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Social Capital - Trust To build trust in your network: Become an active contributor to your field. Provide value to your network via social media and in-person events.

Contribute to dialogue and debate. Share the work of others with your network. Support others endeavors when they need advice or support. Be a person who adds value to others by connecting them to people who may help them. Be honest with your team. Refusing to hide even the toughest truths will earn the trust of the people closest to you. Be patient and let your relationships mature organically. Be honest and authentic, and show that you value others. 4 Reasons Social Capital Trumps All www.forbes.com/sites/chriscancialosi/2014/09/22/4-reasons-social-capital-trumps-all/ Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks

12 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Collective Impact Collective Impact Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations. Common Agenda Shared Measurement Systems Mutually Reinforcing Activities Continuous Communication Backbone Support Organizations Example: www.strivetogether.org/vision/quality-collective-impact-collaboration Resource: www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/collective_impact

Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 13 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Network Network of People/Resources Influence, Perspective, Info/Content Expertise, $, Added Value University Extension (faculty/staff, volunteers/alumni) Elected Officials Government Relations Public/Private Partners Grants, Contracts, Gifts, Fees Advisory Group

Other Resource Providers Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 14 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Apply in your city Relationship Management Tools Future Session on Communications Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 15

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION June 19 Meeting Your Cities Elected Officials (recorded June 10/Available June 12) Grants & Contracts Advancement Advisory Leadership in the City Entrepreneurial Networks 16 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION http://cityextension.osu.edu/leadership

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