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Donald Rochelle Levy

Principal and Chief Executive Officer

dba The Rochelle Organization

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dba The Rochelle Organization

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Director of Professional Development

AIA


Head of the Professional Development Program

American Institute of Architects


Affiliations

The Rochelle Organization

Principal Emeritus


American Society of Association Executives

Life Member, Section and Committee Chair, Speaker, Author


Web References(7 Total References)


IIDA | Lowther 7

From the TED discussion group Donald R. (Chip) Levy, a former Senior Director of Professional Development at the AIA responded with, âIn common practice, many think of a curriculum as a generally linear, organized learning path to some goal (degree, certification, specialist credential, etc.). For me, the interesting twist has less to do with getting one's ticket punched at the end of a process, and more to do with building a thoughtful, if idiosyncratic, learning program that continually moves each learner toward evolving performance excellence and (career) success.


Technology | Lowther 7

From the TED discussion group Donald R. (Chip) Levy, a former Senior Director of Professional Development at the AIA responded with, âIn common practice, many think of a curriculum as a generally linear, organized learning path to some goal (degree, certification, specialist credential, etc.). For me, the interesting twist has less to do with getting one's ticket punched at the end of a process, and more to do with building a thoughtful, if idiosyncratic, learning program that continually moves each learner toward evolving performance excellence and (career) success.


The Garreau Group

I ask Donald R. (Chip) Levy.
He is the senior director for professional development of the American Institute of Architects. Why is it that architects and planners cling so tenaciously to their traditional solutions, no matter how often they get their teeth kicked in? He says, You want me to go into that on the record? Are you out of your mind? After negotiation, he says, "Well, I just want it to be really clear that I'm speaking about a very ancient and noble profession, that architects are well intentioned and, in large part, beleaguered keepers of the flame. Levy rolls his eyes. Explains Levy: "Architecture had for years been seen as a gentleman's profession. It's an interesting avocation and a wonderful combination of art and science.


http://associationsnow.com/2013/08/self-study-try-measuring-your-performance-yourself/

In the mid-1990s, Donald R. (Chip) Levy, principal of leadership consultancy the Rochelle Organization, developed a leadership self-assessment tool that he tested with the American Lung Association.
The tool asks users to rank themselves, on a scale of 1 to 10, on 25 leadership behaviors. Among the options: "a genuine desire to be a leader," "willingness to take control and be accountable," "a partner relationship with coworkers." In 2005, Levy used a related tool in a study of 242 leaders, including association CEOs. They performed best on operational skills and weakest on personality traits that can be the toughest to address, such as "a well-integrated, balanced lifestyle" and "an emotionally stimulating personality. Levy says that addressing these soft skills can be important for CEOs as they work with their boards and performance review committees to define success for the organization. "What does leadership look like? Well, let's talk about it," he says.


ASAEnet > Education and Conferences > M&T 2004:Learning Exchange and Business Expo > Education Session : Managing to Learn: A Systems Approach

Donald Levy Principal The Rochelle Organization, Inc.


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