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CIU #10 Executive Office Leadership 1.  The executive director of an intermediate unit shall have the power and his duty shall be : 1) To administer.

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1 CIU #10 Executive Office Leadership 1

2  The executive director of an intermediate unit shall have the power and his duty shall be : 1) To administer the intermediate unit program of services. 2) To appoint professional staff subject to the approval of the intermediate unit board of directors. 3) To employ nonprofessional staff in accordance with employment policies of the intermediate unit board of directors. 4) To prepare the budget for adoption by the intermediate unit board of directors. 2

3 5) To direct expenditures of funds within the budget or other authorizations of the intermediate unit board of directors. 6) To appoint such advisory groups as will assist the staff in providing programs of service for school districts. 7) To provide the Superintendent of Public instruction with information, reports and services. 8) To perform such other duties as may be required by the intermediate unit board of directors and the regulation of the State Board of Education. 3

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5 Complete and implement the CIU # 10 Comprehensive Plan including action items on entrepreneurship, marketing and administrative leadership training. Develop and implement an administrative plan enhancing CIU # 10 fiscal efficiency including revenue enhancement and expenditure savings. Improve the workplace culture of the organization by teaching administrators to be effective partners in decision-making management activities, and Increase transparency and create an effective executive director “open door” practice to enhance active administrator engagement and input-seeking opportunities among all CIU # 10 administrators. 5

6 An entrepreneurial organization embraces risky behaviors such as:  Sharing ideas that get the process started!  Using resources to develop an idea. This is a good practice!  Accepting failures and successes in the development of an idea. This is a good attitude! 6

7 PA Letter of Eligibility: Executive Director/ Superintendent PA Executive Director Commission Principal and Teacher Certifications Elementary, Middle School, High School, University Teacher Elementary and Middle School Assistant Principal and Principal Assistant Superintendent, Acting Superintendent Paper Boy, Lawn Boy, Grocery Boy, Language Lab Clerk, College Book Store Clerk, House Painter, Steel Mill Laborer, Letter Carrier 7

8 The Central Intermediate Unit # 10 Comprehensive Plan , approved by the CIU # 10 Board of Directors on October 24, 2013, is the Executive Director Office’s daily map to decision-making and administration of the CIU # 10. 8

9 As an educational service agency, the CIU #10 promotes, supports and provides for the continuous achievement and advancement of all learners through its role as a resourceful, results- focused partner with schools and communities in Centre, Clearfield, and Clinton Counties. 9

10 As the “Go To IU!” we will be the first choice provider of Twenty-First Century educational services for schools and communities in Centre, Clearfield and Clinton Counties and across Pennsylvania. Our knowledgeable, well-trained, caring professionals will continue to serve the needs of our customers and students so they can advance and succeed in life. We will foster a collaborative culture characterized by entrepreneurship, empowering our employees to develop new services that meet the changing needs of our customers. 10

11 A WORKPLACE CULTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP The Central Intermediate Unit # 10 will have a workplace culture of entrepreneurship characterized by employees empowered to explore, develop and implement new educational services and new markets. 11

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13 Confidential assistance to the Executive Director Administrative support to the Executive Office and the Board of Directors Primary contact with customer leaders, professional partners, and community leaders Custodian of Executive Office and Board of Directors’ files and records Open Records Officer Notary Public Member of the CIU # 10 Safety Committee Member of the Marketing Committee 13

14 14 Jenna Witherite Marketing, Grantsmanship, Development Center for Adults William “Edd” Brady Human Resources Policy Development Erick Johnston Budget, Finance, Facilities, Safety

15 15 Patti Rice, Asst. Board Secretary Asst. RTK Officer Jamie Russler Board Meeting Asst. Pam Trude Community Giving

16 It’s a team effort, but the buck stops at the top. 16

17 Governance by the Board of Directors Vision, comprehensive leadership, day-to-day administration and ultimate decisions by the Executive Director Vision, advice and consensus decision making by the Cabinet Comprehensive Plan leadership by the Entrepreneurship/Strategic Planning Team (ESPT) Management and advice from the Management Team Advice from the Superintendents Advisory Council (SAC) 17

18 Board of Directors – One representative from each of the 12 school boards in the CIU # 10 counties (meets monthly) Executive Director – Dr. J. Hugh Dwyer Appointed by the Board of Directors 18

19 Cabinet – Meets at least twice monthly:  Dr. Betsy Baker, Director Continuous School Improvement  Jennifer Starner, Director Special Education  Karen Krise, Director Early Intervention/Preschool Services  Erick Johnston, Director Business Services  Jenna Witherite, Adult and Community Programs/Marketing/Grants Coordinator  Edd Brady, Human Resource Manager  Ed Catherman, Director Information Technology/Nonpublic Services 19

20 ESPT – Meets at least twice monthly:  Dr. Betsy Baker, Director Continuous School Improvement  Jennifer Starner, Director Special Education  Erick Johnston, Director Business Services  Edd Brady, Human Resource Manager  Ed Catherman, Director Information Technology/Nonpublic Services Management Team  The Cabinet plus all administrators. Meets monthly as needed. 20

21 Comprehensive Plan implementation – Achieve our Mission: Become The Go To IU through the development of a workplace culture of entrepreneurship. Make sure the Comprehensive Plan’s Mission, Vision and Goal are part of the CIU # 10’s daily practice. Board Relations: Support our BOD in making wise governance decisions. Customer Relations (Districts, Charters, Nonpublic Schools, Businesses, Partners, Community Agencies): Gain respect and support of local school and community leaders. Help all customers become the best they can be. Community Relations: Work effectively with local and state government leaders, local agencies, business leaders and higher education partners. Work with the media. Market our services. Advertise our accomplishments. 21

22 22 Leadership: Establish an open and transparent leadership characterized by shared decision-making in an open door environment. Effectively delegate authority to Administrative Team Members and use the talents of the Administrative Team and Support Staff. Lead by example actively engaging in entrepreneurship… personally developing new program and service ideas and identifying new customers. Executive Director Professional Community Service ( ):  Pennsylvania Association of Intermediate Units – Meet monthly with all IU Executive Directors and the Acting Secretary of Education, Member of PAIU Equity of Opportunity Committee, Chair of Rural IUs Subcommittee, and Coordinator of Central Region PAIU Executive Directors Committee.  PDE Region 6 Leadership Team- meet regularly with IU 8 and IU 11 Executive Directors to coordinate management of PDE Initiatives; Region 6 School Safety Initiative Representative.  Pennsylvania School Study Council – Member of Executive Advisory Committee

23 23 A few daily chores: Plan and chair administration meetings for Cabinet, ESPT, Management Team, SAC, and Online Consortium BOD Monitor and encourage daily Comprehensive Plan focus Supervise and evaluate Cabinet and Executive Office support staff Manage Board activities – Prepare for monthly BOD meetings, prepare and disseminate board follow up information, respond to Board Member questions. Plan and execute professional development for the administrative team. Promote marketing/media relations. Develop policy and administrative procedures, and staff handbooks

24 24 A few daily chores, continued: Manage labor contracts and agreements Identify grant opportunities Co-chair Central PA Public Education Coalition Plan and execute annual safety conference Review and approve administrators’ requests for professional development Review and approve other contractual agreements

25 Some men see things as they are and say why – I dream things that never were and say why not. -Robert F. Kennedy, paraphrasing George Bernard Shaw 25

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