Lead Good Teams to Great
Whether you are a leader at the district, school, or classroom level, you work in the gap between what should be and what is. This summit will expand your capacity for leadership by helping you create the conditions to close the gap. Clarify the work that needs to be done, while creating the conditions that allow others to succeed in their specific roles.
You’ll get top-to-bottom training on everything from the key elements of effective leadership to techniques for adopting the sound instructional strategies necessary for transforming student learning. You will have the opportunity to learn from and interact with some of the most influential educational thinkers in North America. This summit is a must for those looking to deepen the reach and impact of their leadership.
- Obtain tools, tips, and templates proven to impact team effectiveness and student learning.
- Understand the issues behind resistance and difficult behavior from staff members, and acquire specific strategies to address them.
- Experience how to form a collective leadership response to the needs of English learners and other student cohorts who historically have learning challenges.
- Discover the essential role of diversity and equity in decision making.
- Apply creativity principles to specific needs in your school or district.
- Create a “Not to Do” list based on leadership priorities.
- Gain tips and tools to manage time, eliminate email clutter, and work more efficiently.
- Explore ways that millennials, Gen-Xers, and those nearing retirement can work together effectively.
- Acquire strategies to use technology to enhance 21st century learning skills, global competencies, and authentic student engagement.
- Create a plan of action that supports small schools and singletons to function effectively in a PLC.
Learn from leading experts
Hear from our attendees
“I was blown away with the quality of the presenters and the information.”
—Angela Lyon, principal, Stevenson Elementary School, California
“Great event, great speakers, great content!”
—Troy Loeffelholz, superintendent, Columbus Public Schools, Nebraska
“I had at least five ‘aha’ moments! Each of these will help me to become a better educator.”
—Damon Gary, teacher, Bancroft Middle School, California