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  1. School Improvement Leadership: ImplementationCIA TeamDenise BehrendsChad DumasBeth McCracken December 12, 2013

  2. Network Bingo • Find a person who. . . • Sign the square • When done, QUIETLY come tell me • Winner’s school receives “Mastering Assessment: A Self-Service System for Educators”

  3. Networks • No one has all the answers • All answers are in the room • Need energy, motivation, technology, incentive • People participate differently • Nodes that moved • Lateral nodes of transfer that shift • Many nodes are redundant • People DO have to reinvent the wheel for themselves

  4. Networks • People participate differently • Butterflies • Venus flytraps • Purpose is critical • Clear products are critical • Involves difficult relationships • CAN’T control the network • Support • Throw in evidence • CAN circulate knowledge • CAN circulate ignorance • Need means for collecting outside evidence/check against incorrect/misinformation

  5. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  6. Goals • Update on District Action Plans • Access ASSIST System • Review AdvancEd Standards for Accreditation, Breakthrough Model Implementation, IC Maps for Professional Learning Standards • Explore resources for PD: Success at the Core, Twitter, Teacher Channel • Time to work in your team—Action Plan revision (including Gallup)

  7. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  8. Update of Current Status • Get together with another building: • Summarize: • Where your school has been this year, and • Where you anticipate going • District Action Plan Update

  9. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  10. Handout to login/register • AL: DD6X3H • HA: HB3TXX • LI: 3UKQWV • LO: N96X9B • MO: 77NVTH • WA: 7T7668 • HMS: E3FMQR • HHS: 4C8BE7 • Go back in and explore ASSIST

  11. Just for fun. . . Do You Know Who I Am?

  12. “Best Leadership Advice of 2013” http://www.inc.com/ss/will-yakowicz/incs-best-leadership-advice-2013?slide=8

  13. Always Embrace Bad News Les McKeown, best-selling author and CEO of Predictable Success, advises that one of the worst things a leader can say is, “Don’t bring me any surprises.” Guess what happens when you tell people not to bring you bad news? A ticking time bomb waits for you to find it after it’s too late. Train your employees to bring you bad news when it breaks.

  14. Don't Be Pompous There are certain words that you should never describe yourself with while writing on your company's website or on social media. Jeff Haden, leadership expert and columnist, says you should never describe yourself with hacky clichés, overblown superlatives, and breathless adjectives like "global provider," "authority," "passionate," "curator" or "innovative." "Never take credit for things you are supposed to do--or be," Haden says.

  15. Promote a Unique Dogma Every great leader has their own dogma, a principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true. Kevin Daum, Inc. 500 entrepreneur and best-selling author, says that every successful leader--from Steve Jobs to Warren Buffet--promote a distinct philosophy. "Leaders must have unbending principles that guide them and their companies, or people will simply take any path that suits them," he says.

  16. Great Leaders Embrace 'Feminine Qualities' Leigh Buchanan, editor at large for Inc. magazine, says the days of uber-masculine and commanding leaders are over. Multiple studies have shown female leaders out-perform their male counter parts. "Control is a mirage. The most effective leaders right now--men and women--are those who embrace traits once considered feminine: Empathy. Vulnerability. Humility. Inclusiveness. Generosity. Balance. Patience," she says.

  17. Find More Leaders Successful leaders need help to manage their employees. Marc Barros, co-founder and former CEO of Contour, says this ability to find new leaders can be crystalized in one interview question: "Tell me about the last person you fired." Barros explains if the candidate, "'I haven't fired anyone,' it's obvious this person's a bad fit. You can't build a great team without occasionally deconstructing and rebuilding it. And while every leader makes mistakes, if he can't admit, correct, or move on from them, you don't want him or her at your start-up," he writes.

  18. Empower Employees Entrepreneurs founding their own companies may know how to be effective managers, but it takes a few secrets to be an effective leader, says Peter Economy, the bestselling author of more than 60 leadership books. He says his four secrets to “awesome leadership” are to know how to energize employees to be productive, empower staff by encouraging growth within a constructive work environment, support and "shield employees from the fallout of organizational politics and avoid blaming individuals for failure," and communicate thoughtfully and listen actively.

  19. Master Forgiveness Leading is easy when everything is going as planned. But when your leadership ability is tested--when an employee wrongs you or fails horribly--you need to have already mastered the skill of forgiveness, entrepreneur and bestselling author Kevin Daum says. "The leader who can forgive and rebuild the trust and confidence of the team is the leader who can overcome any challenge or obstacle," he says.

  20. Build Trust Building trust between you and your employees is the best way to get them to work hard. Geoffrey James, the author of the world's most-read sales-oriented blog "Sales Source on Inc.com," says in order to win their trust you need to coach, not command; tell the truth; follow through; take blame but give credit; don't badmouth; walk the talk; and listen more and talk less.

  21. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  22. Professional Learning Standards • Using Graphic Organizer: • Review last time’s rating of current reality • Identify one to dig into • Go to Leadership section of IC Maps, p. 147 • Study for ideas to improve implementation • Identify connections to AdvancEd Standards

  23. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  24. PD Resources • Explore the following: • www.successatthecore.com • www.teachingchannel.org • tinyurl.com/hpstwitter How might you use these in your Action Plan?

  25. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  26. Goals • Update on District Action Plans • Access ASSIST System • Review AdvancEd Standards for Accreditation, Breakthrough Model Implementation, IC Maps for Professional Learning Standards • Explore resources for PD: Success at the Core, Twitter, Teacher Channel • Time to work in your team—Action Plan revision (including Gallup)

  27. Quiz

  28. Agenda • Welcome • Goals/Quiz • Update of Current Status • Buildings • District • ASSIST • AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning • PD Resources • Quiz/Video • Work Time

  29. Lunch Discussion:How can you incorporate this thinking into your thinking? Winning is a habit

  30. Work Time • Incorporate learning from this morning into your thinking and Action Plan: • Networks • Professional Learning Standards • PD Resources