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Purposeful Community and Change Leadership for the 21st Century -Handout #6 sample structure for change

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June 29, 10:30am – noon, Room: Union A …

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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  • 1. 1160 Dublin Road, Suite 500 Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 481-3141 (614) 481-8997 fax www.BattelleforKids.org HANDOUT #6 PURPOSEFUL COMMUNITY AND CHANGE LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY A SAMPLE STRUCTURE FOR CHANGE1. Change Leadership  Overview o Administrators o Teachers o Support Staff  Scans and Surveys o Individual o 360  Plan of Action2. Purposeful Community  Overview  Engagement Questions  District-Building  Teams3. Clarify the Demonstrated Need—Clarifying Your Identity  Who are we?  Why are we doing this?  Why are we doing this, this way?4. Create a Demand for Change—Renewal: Creating New Settings for Students  “Things are so bad, something needs to be done.”  “You see the possibilities.” First Order Change Change that is consistent with prevailing values and norms, meets with general agreement, and can be implemented using people’s existing knowledge and skills. Second Order Change Change that is not obvious how it will make things better. It requires people to learn new approaches, or it conflicts with prevailing values and norms. Second- order changes require leaders to work far more deeply with staff and the community. They can disrupt people’s sense of well-being and the cooperation and cohesion of the school community. They may confront and challenge expertise and competencies and throw people into states of “conscious incompetence. (Waters, Tim & Cameron, Greg. (2007) The Balanced leadership Framework: Connecting Vision with Action)© 2012, Battelle for Kids. All Rights Reserved.
  • 2. Use What is Known About the Acceptance of New Ideas The framing of ideas, innovation, and initiatives through relative advantage (understand that the idea is better than what it replaces), compatibility (help principals and teachers see that initiatives are comparable with personal values and prior experiences), trialability (pilot testing in safe low-stakes settings), and evidence (initiative associated with evidence that it works). Manage Personal Transitions When there is a change in programs and practices that represents a gain for students, schools, or the district, it can be perceived as a loss for the people responsible for implementing it. Knowing that an organization is changing even when the intended change is for all the right reasons does not save people from personal transitions.5. Develop a Planning Process for Change  Understanding by Design (UbD)  Desired Results  Goal(s)  Enduring Understandings (assumptions)  Essential Questions (“I wonder”)6. Engagement (Internal and External)  Questions of Importance  World Café7. Building Planning Team  Influentials/Opinion Leaders  Common Themes/High Level Concepts (Data Tabulation Summary from World Café)  Share with all staff  Oversight for renewal process8. Building Design Teams  Form work teams to do research, collect data/benchmarking, visitations  Develop timelines  Report out at staff meeting(s)9. Focus  Staff commitment to move forward on all or part of what was presented by the Building Design Teams10. Renewal Proposal  Development of a renewal proposal  Staff Endorsement  Parent/Community awareness  District Leadership awareness  Board of Education support  District Leadership approval© 2012, Battelle for Kids. All Rights Reserved.

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