Strength-Based Leadership for Superintendents: Looking at Your Strengths
This class is for individuals who hold the title of School District or County Superintendent. Research by Gallup indicates that leaders who routinely discuss strengths with their staff have teams that are 12.5% more productive than those who don’t. Staff who feel their managers focus on strengths are twice as engaged (30% to 61%). This series will explore the concept of strength-based leadership in education. Throughout the series, administrators will begin by looking at their own strengths and thinking about how they apply to the work they do. Then the focus will shift to how leaders can leverage the strengths of their staff. Finally, participants will consider how schools can focus on strengths, rather than simply identifying and correcting weaknesses.
In the first session of the series, participants will take the “StrengthFinder 2.0,” then examine their strengths to determine how they impact their work style as well as how they interact with others and make decisions. Participants will also learn the basic concepts of strength-based work.
|When||Friday, September 8, 2017
8:30am - 11:30am
SCOE, Board Room
|Presenter||Dr. Paul Porter has been an educator, counselor, principal, director of pupil personnel, special education director, SELPA director, university professor, and district superintendent. He is well known for his training and consulting in the areas of leadership, team building, strength-based supervision, appreciative inquiry, organizational development, school law, dealing with difficult people, communications, and motivation.|
|Registration||Kimberly Vallée, (707) 524-2603, email@example.com|
|Questions||Kimberly Vallée, (707) 524-2603, firstname.lastname@example.org|