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SUMMIT™ Team. Michael Hall Fanning Howey, Chief Marketing Officer Bill Spargur START™ and SPACES™ Seminar Leader Emmett Lippe, Ed.D SELF™ Seminar Leader Additional Team Members Joe Koziol Kristi Korbut. SUMMIT™ Educational Leadership Series. As a Superintendent, How Are You Being Rated?.

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  1. SUMMIT™ Team • Michael Hall • Fanning Howey, Chief Marketing Officer • Bill Spargur • START™ and SPACES™ Seminar Leader • Emmett Lippe, Ed.D • SELF™ Seminar Leader • Additional Team Members • Joe Koziol • Kristi Korbut

  2. SUMMIT™ Educational Leadership Series

  3. As a Superintendent, How Are You Being Rated? • Overall Performance • Board Relationships • Community Relationships • Administrative Relationships • Faculty Relationships • Superintendent Goals

  4. What is the Purpose of: • Provide an opportunity for new superintendents to network with the state’s leading educators • Maximize training and reduce your "out-of-district" time • Allow you to learn from experienced educators so you can avoid some of the "early" mistakes they made in their careers • Provide a collegial environment and support network

  5. START™ Example Topics: • Making Changes, But Not Too Fast • Tips for Surviving the "First 100 Days“ • What Really Will Get You Fired • Running Successful Board Meetings • Providing Leadership For a New Bond • Handling the "Big Crisis" All of You Will Face • Creating "Win-Win" Relationships With Your Unions

  6. My Spinning Plates…

  7. Monthly meetings • Seminar leader leads opening presentation relevant to new superintendents. A veteran superintendent may be invited to attend who will share specific leadership information and experiences with our participants • Working lunch • Discussion of issues facing new superintendents • Set agenda for next meeting • Meeting wrap-up • CEU credits available

  8. What is the Purpose of: • Provide a decision-review environment with a council of peers • Allow you to discuss needs and issues you may be facing and learn from other emerging leaders • Help you improve the quality and productivity of your organization • Provide an opportunity to learn how to be more resilient, bounce back from adversity, and have more FUN on the job

  9. SELF™ Example Topics: • Local Budget Issues • Trimester Scheduling • Long Range Planning • State Funding – Present/Future • Points-of-Pride in Local Districts • Re-Drawing District Boundary Lines • Impact of Changing Student Diversity • Settling Employee Contracts During Tough Times • Effective Communication – More Important Than Ever • Living in a Global Society and it’s Impact on Education

  10. Eight Important Components for Successful Superintendents

  11. Four All Day Meetings: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Each meeting is hosted by a participating superintendent on a rotating basis • Sharing of special program/facility by our host • Roundtable discussion – sharing “Points-of-Pride” • Host presentation of critical issue/discussion • Presenter/discussion on special topic (optional) • Other issues presented by members • Round table discussion • Wrap-up & afternoon activity • * CEU credits available

  12. “ Fifty years from now it will not matter what kind of car you drove, what kind of house you lived in, how much you had in your bank account, or what your clothes looked like. But the world may be a little better because you were important in the life of a child.” Anonymous

  13. What is the Purpose of: • SPACES™ is a specialize program designed to address the challenges facing superintendents during significant building programs • Provide you with the knowledge and training needed to lead your district through its next building program • Offer a mentoring program that allows for one-on-one interaction addressing your questions and concerns

  14. SPACES™ Example Topics: • Deciding on Interview Questions, RFP Development • Evaluate Current Facilities, Design, and Visioning • Bond Applications and Meeting State Requirements • Community Engagement • Dealing with Change Orders • Budgeting

  15. Initial meeting to determine a schedule and areas of development • Up to six hours of personalized coaching • Optional one-hour workshop with you and your board or administrative team • Three months of phone/E-mail coaching as an in-depth follow-up

  16. Program Reflections: Joe Koziol Current Participant Reactions:

  17. UNDERWRITTEN BY FANNING HOWEY Dedicated to Increasing the Effectiveness and Enhancing the Lives of Superintendents

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