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Becoming a World Class Leader:

The Power of Instructional Leadership

"The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on leadership development. There is almost no limit to the potential of an organization that recruits good people, raises them up as leaders, and continually develops them.”

— John C Maxwell

Today’s Outcomes

  • Explore change theory as it applies to our leadership and practice

  • Analyze transition to the Common Core through the lens of content in order to inform the articulation process

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. ”

-John F. Kennedy

Change Quotes Chain

  • Organize yourselves in order based on the logical completions of each quote.

  • Read your quote cards out loud in order.

  • Share which quote best connects with you and your work at this time.

Instructional Strategy Database

Seven Dynamics of Change

  • People will feel awkward, uncomfortable, and ill at ease.

  • People will think first about what they are going to lose.

  • People will feel alone even though everyone is going through the same thing.

  • People can only handle so much.

  • People are at different levels of readiness for change.

  • People tend to be concerned that they will not have enough resources.

  • When the pressure is off, people will revert back to old behavior.

Source: Lindsey, Randall B., Nuri Robins, Kikanza, & Terrell, Raymond D. (2003)

The Change Puzzle

  • In the era of transition to the Common Core, where do you see yourself, and then your team, within this framework?

  • How do the rows on the framework manifest themselves in a school? How could you address these issues?

  • What is your vision for helping your team through complex change?

Successful Leaders of Educational Change

  • Are visionary

  • Believe schools are for learning

  • Value human resources

  • Communicate and listen effectively

  • Are proactive

  • Take risks

Change is Good: You Go First

Becoming a World Class Leader:

The Power of Instructional Leadership

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