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Understanding and Leading Change: Learning the Art and Science

About This Event:

We have all experienced change in our educational careers, but we have never faced the challenges and opportunities prompted by a worldwide pandemic. Leading change is really all about leading PEOPLE and that means leaders must understand relationships, teamwork, and culture.

As educational leaders we have endured some less than successful changes. Many of the changes were based on choices we made or were forced upon us.  Most people feel they understand the change process based on common sense; after all, everything seems to be constantly changing in our everyday lives.  It is important to remember that leading change involves far more than merely using common sense; rather, leading change successfully requires a deep understanding of the art and science of the change process.

Come spend the day learning about first and second order change and the challenges they create for leaders. Spend some time reading and discussing insights from change theorists such as Michael Fullan, Ron Heifetz, and Everett Rogers.  Connect your leadership skills to the research behind change.  Engage with fellow leaders and listen to ideas that can help make leading teams more productive and impactful.   Learn how to create demand for change and how to help others manage the challenges of change. 

Change is inevitable, so why not come and learn how to develop the skills and techniques required to successfully lead change and impact student success.

Location: Online,

Start Date/Time: 10/6/2020 8:30 AM

End Date/Time: 10/6/2020 11:30 AM

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