This Educational Leadership Series will cover many aspects of being a school leader while increasing participants’ energy level and engagement.
Session 1: The School Leader: Surviving & Thriving
This high energy, fun, interactive session will touch on the highlights of being a school leader: Exuding energy and enthusiasm, the power of storytelling, owning your time, and ending with the powerful concept of successful vs. significant. Participants should be prepared to participate virtually through menti.com as well as share out. Many concepts will be taken from Andrew Marotta’s book, The Principal: Surviving & Thriving.
Session 2: The Uncommon Scenarios: What would you do?
School leaders face so many situations in school and beyond. People, problems, and “this needs your attention now” come at us constantly, and sometimes we wonder: What should I do? Whether you are a beginner or veteran, come share in this session as participants will be given a number of different and challenging scenarios, and then will be asked: What would you do? The group will debrief, discuss, and talk out all the best practices in handling these difficult situations. No judging, just sharing, learning, growing, and certainly laughing! This will be a fun, surprising, and powerful learning experience.
Session 3: Leadership Tales: from the Hardwood to the Schools
As a HS Principal & former Division 1 college basketball official, Andrew Marotta will share stories and lessons on leadership from his time as an official and how they can relate to school leadership. Topic points will include loyalty, how to be at your best when it matters the most, how to balance your time, the power of your presence, how to make “the right call,” how to stand tall while others “boo,” support your colleagues and more. Participants may laugh, cry, and be moved to think and grow during this powerful, story-filled session.
For additional information, please contact Jackie Levine
ELIGIBLE FOR STATE AID – SCHOOL DISTRICTS WILL BE BILLED THROUGH CO-SER 512
CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED AT LEAST 7 DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROGRAM START DATE