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School Team Leadership: A Practical Approach, presented by MaxKnowledge helps school leaders, managers and administrators define a practical approach to team leadership. …

School Team Leadership: A Practical Approach, presented by MaxKnowledge helps school leaders, managers and administrators define a practical approach to team leadership.

The presentation helps leaders apply ideas, strategies and techniques to lead and empower institutional teams, maximize their talents, and enhance their performance in a climate of new challenges and opportunities.

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  • 1. School Team Leadership: A Practical ApproachA Webinar for School Leaders,Managers and Administrators Jay Hollowell, Facilitator
  • 2. Our Major Outcome Apply ideas, strategies and techniques to lead and empower our institutional teams, maximize their talents, and enhance their performance in a climate of new challenges and opportunities
  • 3. Our AgendaAn Overview Institutional Effectiveness Components Key Areas Current Trends
  • 4. Our AgendaLeading Your Educational Team The Performance Formula A Proven Performance Process Two Tips for Effective School Leadership Empowering Your Employees
  • 5. Institutional Effectiveness Components Retention / Completion Rates Placement Rates Level of Graduate Satisfaction Level of Employer Satisfaction Student Learning Outcomes Financial Aid / Loan Default Rates
  • 6. Key Areas Vision, Mission and Core Values Employee Standards and Training Blending the Departmental Lines Graduate Accountability Employer Partnerships
  • 7. Current Trends Stronger focus on compliance and accountability Specialization Emphasis on job retention Performance results
  • 8. Current Trends Growing emphasis on faculty development Inclusion of workforce development More global in nature, particularly with on line offerings
  • 9. Leading Your Educational Team The Performance Formula A Proven Performance Process Two Tips for Effective School Leadership Empowering Your Employees
  • 10. The Performance Formula ? x ? = PERFORMANCE
  • 11. A Proven Performance ProcessARTICULATE > COMMUNICATE >DEMONSTRATE > INTEGRATE > CELEBRATE = MOTIVATE
  • 12. Two Tips For Effective School Leadership1. Be a Resource and a Coach2. Empower Your Employees
  • 13. Empowering Your Employees CLARIFY EXPECTATIONS, ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IDENTIFY RESOURCES AND PROCEDURES GIVE CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK FOCUS ON ACCOUNTABLE OUTCOMES, NOT PERSONALITIES
  • 14. Empowering Your Employees DEVELOP TEAMWORK BY SUPPORTING TEAM DECISIONS, BUILDING TRUST, EXPANDING ROLES, MAINTAINING CHECKPOINTS, UTILIZING DIFFERENCES PRAISE THE SMALL STEPS ALONG THE WAY DELEGATE AS OPPOSED TO DUMP