|WEEK 1: Creating Trust in Teams and Schools with Stephen MR Covey||October 13, 2020 @1pm EDT||WATCH REPLAY|
|WEEK 2: Leading through Change – District Administrator Panel Discussion||October 22, 2020 @3pm EDT||WATCH REPLAY|
|WEEK 3: Master Mentors with Scott Miller||October 27, 2020 @1pm EDT||WATCH REPLAY|
|WEEK 4: The 4 Disciplines of Execution with Sean Covey||November 5, 2020 @2pm EDT||WATCH REPLAY|
|WEEK 5: Equity in Education – District Administrator Panel Discussion||November 10, 2020 @1pm EDT||WATCH REPLAY|
|WEEK 6: Authentic Leadership with Jen Colosimo||November 19, 2020 @12pm EDT||WATCH REPLAY|
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Teams, schools, and districts that operate with high trust significantly outperform those who do not center trust as the core of their culture. Happily, trust is a learnable skill. Developing it helps team members, staff, and students become energized and engaged. In a high trust culture, they collaborate more effectively, operate more efficiently, and achieve ultimately sustainable results for themselves and their school community.
The end in mind of this session is to support district leaders in developing the skills needed to build a high trust team using FranklinCovey’s Leading at the Speed of Trust® content, including the 13 Behaviors® of High Trust.
This event will feature a diverse group of top administrators.This panel in particular will focus on Leading Through Change and answering questions directly from event attendees.
Scott Miller will introduce his new book Master Mentors. For the lifelong learners and leaders in education, he will highlight strategies for reaching new heights and reengaging with their careers and lives in new, exciting ways. He will be highlighting some of the mentors he’s interviewed and written about with a background in education and business, and drawing out the key components of their approaches and methodologies.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) is a simple, repeatable, and proven formula for executing on your most important strategic priorities in the midst of the whirlwind – a perfect fit for this academic year. Using the 4DX process, classroom, school, and district leaders can adapt and achieve, even when in the midst of daily chaos. 4DX is not theory. It is a proven set of practices that have been tested and refined by hundreds of organizations and thousands of teams over many years, and is a useful tool for any administrator struggling to balance the demands of the day-to-day with their long-term and mid-range goals.
This event will feature a diverse group of top administrators.This panel will discuss Equity in Education and answer topical questions directly from event attendees.
Authentic leaders bring a unique combination of talent, passions, and conscience to work. Their voice maximizes the efforts of others. This is a simple idea, but can be very difficult to execute – particularly in times of great uncertainty and change. In this session for formal and informal leaders, we will focus on what effective influence looks like, how to cultivate connections with allies, mentors, sponsors, and how to create credibility with others.