Purposeful Community and Change Leadership for the 21st Century -Handout #3 purposeful community reflection tool


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June 29, 10:30am – noon, Room: Union A
Purposeful Community touches all aspects of the learning process. The four components of Purposeful Community will be explored in relation to increasing student achievement and growth. Participants will learn about the phases of the change-leadership process in the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative (called Enhancing Leadership Quality for Collaborative Action Impact). A mindset-management approach to leadership and delivery models will be shared, which will assist participants in creating a plan for Purposeful Community and Change Leadership in their own school or district.
Main Presenter: Mark Glasbrenner, Battelle for Kids
Co-Presenter(s): Barb Hansen, Battelle for Kids

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Purposeful Community and Change Leadership for the 21st Century -Handout #3 purposeful community reflection tool

  1. 1. 1160 Dublin Road, Suite 500 Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 481-3141 (614) 481-8997 fax www.BattelleforKids.org HANDOUT #3 PURPOSEFUL COMMUNITY AND CHANGE LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY PURPOSEFUL COMMUNITY REFLECTION TOOL To No To a Extent Great Extent 1 2 3 41. We believe every child can learn. CE2. We have the skills needed to produce meaningful student learning. CE3. We believe students come to school ready to learn. CE4. We believe home life provides so many advantages the students here CE are bound to learn.5. We believe students here just aren’t motivated to learn. CE6. The opportunities in this community help ensure that these students CE will learn.7. Learning is more difficult here, because students are worried about CE their safety.8. District level outcomes have the same meaning for all staff. O9. We share the same purpose. O10. We all agree on our purpose. O11. We think individual goals equal a common goal. O12. The lack of procedures for communicating makes problem AP solving difficult.13. We identify obstacles that interfere with the AP district’s purpose.14. We are in consensus on ways of working together. AP15. We do not have personal connections with one another. AP16. We regularly review asset allocation. A17. We effectively use assets to increase the impact of student A achievement.18. The intangible resources available are difficult to measure. A19. We capitalize on intangible assets. A CE = Collective Efficacy O = Outcomes That Matter To All AP = Agreed Upon Processes A = Tangible and Intangible Assets A Purposeful Community is one with Collective Efficacy and the capability to develop and use Assets to accomplish purposes and produce Outcomes that Matter to All community members through Agreed Upon Processes. Collective Efficacy: Shared belief that we can make a difference Tangible and Intangible Assets: Strategic and effective use of assets that have an impact on research-based strategies Outcomes That Matter To All: Moving from coincidental to intentional and purposeful Agreed Upon Processes: Operating principles and agreements Adapted from: Waters, Tim & Cameron, Greg. (2007) The Balanced leadership Framework: Connecting Vision with Action Presented 2012, Battelle for Kids