Leadership Coaching

Do more than lead.Transform.

Human capital is our most important and vulnerable resource. Leaders must protect, nurture, and cultivate their people to ensure sustainability, recreate learning communities for teachers and scholars, and rebuild hope.

The pandemic provides an undeniable opportunity to think and plan differently to center scholars. CT3’s Leadership Workshops give your leadership teams a framework to:

ACTUALIZE YOUR SHARED MISSION.
DO WHAT’S RIGHT FOR LEARNERS IN THE FACE OF STATUS QUO.
SHAPE POLICY & STRUCTURES IN STUDENTS’ EQUITABLE INTERESTS.
FOCUS ON REBUILDING CONNECTIONS & RELATIONSHIPS.

Leadership teams will push beyond theory to create a plan and rework strategies that prioritize the service and support that scholars deserve.

Enroll today! Pricing is $700/person.

Contact CT3 to discuss a district-customized option that focuses on your team’s needs.

Tuesdays, June 1 – 29, 2021 from 9:30am – 12:30 p.m. ET

VIRTUAL LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS: LEADERSHIP THAT TRANSFORMS

Session 1: Mindsets and Leader Behaviors that Drive Student Success

  • Connect your leadership style and actions to being a No-Nonsense Nurturer leader.
  • Recognize mindsets within your teams and how they impact student success.
  • NNN Leader Behavior: Strives to be Asset Based

Session 2: Building a Culturally Relevant and Anti-Racist School Culture

  • Reflect on your current school culture and its impact on student success.
  • Envision an anti-racist school culture that values the lived experiences of all.
  • Analyze the social emotional learning strengths and opportunities in your school culture that empower student success.
  • NNN Leader Behavior: Operates with Anti-Racism/Cultural Relevance

Session 3: The Foundations of Instructional Leadership

  • Explore strong pedagogical strategies that support your academic vision for success.
  • Understand that frequent, high-quality, asset-based feedback can result in increased trust and high achievement for all stakeholders.
  • Practice generating high quality feedback to support a culture of coaching.
  • NNN Leader Behavior: Creates a Culture of Coaching & Sets High Expectations

Session 4: Leading and Managing Change

  • Understand the process of change management and how important it is to intentionally provide clarity, to motivate, and in doing so, to remove barriers and build trust.
  • Script and role play how to implement the change management process with your teams.
  • Use case studies to synthesize effective practices around change management.
  • NNN Leader Behavior: Innovates & Culture of Accountability

Session 5: Leveraging Resources to Support Collective Efficacy

  • Connect collective efficacy to responsive leadership.
  • Name powerful practices that should exist throughout your schools.
  • Align people, time, and resources to their vision of collective efficacy.
  • NNN Leader Behavior: Builds Collective Efficacy

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