Northwest Georgia RESA Principals' Center
Thriving as a Leader - Leader Characteristics & Social Emotional Competencies
ACT Academy - E3, T3, C3
Research tells us prolonged stress causes a chemical response in the brain, setting up a chain of events that impact relationships and decision-making, as well as health and quality of life. The ACT - Administrative Care Training Academy- focuses on adversity in the workplace and provides strategies to establish self-care skills, mindfulness techniques, and coping methods, empowering leaders to care for themselves so that they can care for those they serve.
A Three Part Series (three half day sessions) led by Stanley Leone
ACT Administrative Care Training Academy Part 1 - E3: Engagement, Encouragement, Empowerment LKES Standards 2,5,6,7,8
- September 12, 2019 - Morning session for Assistant Principals and Aspiring Leaders
- September 12, 2019 - Afternoon session for Principals
ACT Administrative Care Training Academy Part 2 - T3: Thinking, Thriving, Transforming LKES Standards 2,5,6,7,8
- November 5, 2019 - Morning session for Assistant Principals and Aspiring Leaders
- November 5, 2019 - Afternoon session for Principals
ACT Administrative Care Training Academy Part 3 - C3: Cope, Challenge, Change LKES Standards 2,4,6,7,8
Success for All
Leading a Culture of Collective Action for Student Success
If all students are going to be successful, schools need to examine how culture impacts the effectiveness of school improvement efforts. Designing and implementing effective school improvement initiatives requires leaders to focus first on creating a culture where the adults are involved in all aspects of planning and implementing school improvement efforts. A healthy school culture for school transformation and improvement is developed when leaders create processes to harness the power of teacher voice and agency. Leading from a different set of assumptions about the power of school culture creates new opportunities for leaders to enact the changes needed to improve their schools so all students are successful. Activating school culture requires leaders and teachers collectively to assess and monitor their school culture so they can enact change. Healthy school culture is created through joint action and responsibility of teachers and leaders working together.
A Three Part Series (three half day sessions) led by Phil Lanoue
Part 1 How do you define the Organizational Culture in your school? LKES Standards 1-8
Part 2 How do you lead using School Culture Drivers and Indicators? LKES Standards 1-8
Part 3 How do you assess Teacher Voice to create Teacher Agency for Improving School Culture?LKES Standards 1-8
The Essentials of Leadership
Infrastructure & Support
The daily challenges of being an educational leader requires support through establishing a network of trusting relationships that provide information and support to navigate the political climate, access needed information and align both personal and professional growth goals. These stand alone sessions will provide aspiring leaders and current building level leaders with the opportunity to examine leadership expectations and personal potential for growth in specific areas and success in the workplace.
Human Resources - Lead by Pam HamiltonLKES Standards 2, 5, 6
- September 17, 2019 - Evaluating and Coaching the Performance of the Marginally Performing Teacher
- February 13, 2020 - Finding...Growing...Retaining...A Superstar Teacher!
Crucial Conversations - Tools for Talking When Stakes are High by VitalSmarts TrainersLKES Standards 2,5,6,7,8
- November 6-7, 2019 - for Assistant Principals and Aspiring Leaders
- February 4-5, 2020 - for Principals