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1 “Tagging the Salmon” “Called to be our Best Selves in Service of God’s People Goal 2 – Action 8”

2 “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7

3 Brothers and sisters: Put on, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, heartfelt compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience, bearing with one another and forgiving one another, if one has a grievance against another; as the Lord has forgiven you, so must you also do. And over all these put on love, that is, the bond of perfection. And let the peace of Christ control your hearts, the peace into which you were also called in one body. And be thankful…And whatever you do, in word or in deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him. Colossians 3:12-17

4 Our guiding principles for leadership… A real leader constantly “sharpens the saw!” Development takes place within a reflective culture Professional learning/development is comprehensive, integrated, and progressive Formation should reflect the career continuum and the needs of the principal “What can we do together that we cannot do so well alone?”

5 Professional and Leadership Development In consultation with the Executive Principals and with support from the Fulcrum Foundation, the OCS will develop a roster of high-quality programs for professional, leadership, and faith development of teachers and principals, adapted to their respective levels of experience and stages of development and promoted on the OCS website. What are key attributes of a leader? What are the skills related to principal’s roles? How can we, OCS and principal leaders, be of mutual support? Strategic Plan Goal 2 - Action 8 states…

6 Targets … I can articulate the action and ten tasks related to Goal 2, Action 8 of the Strategic Plan. I can identify key attributes in my leadership style and in most successful leaders. Using a metric, I can begin to identify…  my “stage of development.”  my PD needs as they relate to my role and stage. Using the same metric, I can begin to identify future leaders.

7 Qualities of a leader… Name the top FIVE… Top 5 Share in the mission – hiring, supporting, allowing the stars to shine, collaborative, empowering Passionate about the cause – committed to the mission and persistent in SMART goals – “Get ‘er done!” Creative and able think flexibly Accurate and precise and confident in approach Communicator/Marketing and persuading

8 Qualities of a leader… “The fact is, leaders lose their right to be selfish…when they are generous, they possess… Humility – they know life isn’t about them, it is about others. Gratitude – they give because they know they have received from others. Hope – they’re generous because they’re paying it forward into the future.” T. Elmore, “Why Generosity Sets Leaders Apart.” (2013)

9 Attributes…can these be learned? 1. Extreme reliability 2. Natural curiosity 3. Grounded positivity 4. Uncompromising excellence 5. Unlimited versatility 6. Self-awareness 7. Quality communicator 8. Philosophical anchoring 9. Creative problem solving B. Beshore, “The Nine Attributes Every Employers Desperately Wants” (2013)

10 Professional and Leadership Development In consultation with the Executive Principals and with support from the Fulcrum Foundation, the OCS will develop a roster of high-quality programs for professional, leadership, and faith development of teachers and principals, adapted to their respective levels of experience and stages of development and promoted on the OCS website. Goal 2 - Action 8 Teacher LeaderCurrent Principal 1.Orientation 2.Information 3.Certification 4.Invitation 1.Identification 2.Formation 3.Certification 4.Invitation

11 Orientation/Identification Certification Invitation Information/Formation

12 Self Evaluative Tool - Metric Faith Leader Faculty Leader Academic Leader Management Leader Marketing and Public Relations Leader Fund Raising Leader

13 Student Faculty Leader Academic Leader Marketing PR Leader Management Leader Faith Mission Leader Fund Raising Leader External Stakeholders: Office for Catholic Schools, Fulcrum Foundation, Archdiocesan School Board, Chancery, Regions Multifaceted Role of the Catholic School Principal Internal Stakeholders: Pastoral Leader, School Commission, Parents, Alumni

14 Professional Development Dates “On the Horizon” Curriculum Development Day – March 21 Regional or Individual – Update in Principals’ Mailing Ed Leadership Institute Follow-Up to 2013 – April 15 For those who attend 2013 Institute Ed Leadership Institute – June 17-19, 2014 “Further Implementing the Common Core SS with Diverse Learners in Mind” Teacher Excellence Day 2014 – October 3, 2014 Teacher Formation Tool for Administrators – TeachScape Math Curriculum – Torrey Volk

15 So, what all do we have… Key attributes Stages of Leadership Development Multifaceted Roles of the Catholic School Principal Now what?

16 Professional and Leadership Development In consultation with the Executive Principals and with support from the Fulcrum Foundation, the OCS will develop a roster of high-quality programs for professional, leadership, and faith development of teachers and principals, adapted to their respective levels of experience and stages of development and promoted on the OCS website. Goal 2 - Action 8

17 Task 1 of 10: Establish (coordinate resources) Comprehensive PD Leadership / Faith Development Common goals and local needs Including opportunities for Teachers Canonically Appointed Leaders Administrators School Commissioners

18 Task 2 of 10: Partnerships negotiated with schools of education that will provide leadership programs and opportunities and resources for professional development. Certification Formation

19 Task 3 of 10: The OCS will identify and train a cadre of experienced principals to mentor new principals and any principal who requests a mentor or whose pastor or canonically appointed leader requests a mentor for him or her. Formation

20 Task 4 of 10: The OCS, in collaboration with the Fulcrum Foundation, will develop criteria and procedures for proactively identifying principals and teachers who would benefit from specific programs for leadership and faith development and will encourage them to enroll. Formation/Information

21 Task 5 of 10: Develop policies and a process for securing funding to send pastors or canonically appointed leaders to summer programs for pastors of schools, such as the ACE program at Notre Dame. Formation/Information

22 Task 6 of 10: With the cooperation of schools, the OCS will set up centers in each school region and on the OCS website for sharing …

23 Task 7 of 10: With the advice of the Executive Principals, regional in-service sessions will be provided to address topics of both common and local concern…

24 Task 8 of 10: A synopsis of policies and opportunities for professional and leadership development will be published.

25 “On the Horizon” Curriculum Development Day – March 21 Ed Leadership Institute Follow-Up to 2013 – April 15 Ed Leadership Institute – June 17-19, 2014 “Further Implementing the Common Core SS with Diverse Learners in Mind” Teacher Formation Tool for Administrators – TeachScape Math Curriculum – Torrey Volk

26 Task 9 of 10: Principals will be trained on a recurring schedule about the roles of the principal of a Catholic school, including faith development, budgeting, marketing and fundraising, and the development of a school commission. Emphasize on Recurring Schedule: Faith Planning and Budgeting Marketing School Commissions

27 Task 10: Canonically appointed leaders of schools will be provided with a handbook describing the principal responsibilities of their role and resources available.

28 Current Principals Principal Interns Teacher Leaders Pastors/Canonically Appointed Leaders School Commissions Professional Leadership Development to support all levels

29 The Collaborative Organization… Right strategy Execution Right people in the right places Managing dual priorities that others see as conflicting Keeping everyone focused on what matters The Collaborative Organization: A Strategic Guide to Solving Your Internal Business Challenges Using Social and Collaborative Tools, Jacob Morgan, 2012

30 What do the scriptures tell us? Can you recall St. Paul’s advice?

31 Brothers and sisters: Put on, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, heartfelt compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience, bearing with one another and forgiving one another, if one has a grievance against another; as the Lord has forgiven you, so must you also do. And over all these put on love, that is, the bond of perfection. And let the peace of Christ control your hearts, the peace into which you were also called in one body. And be thankful. Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, as in all wisdom you teach and admonish one another, singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God. And whatever you do, in word or in deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

32 Targets revisited… I can articulate the action and ten tasks related to Goal 2, Action 8 of the Strategic Plan. I can identify key attributes in my leadership style and in most successful leaders. Using a metric, I can begin to identify…  my “stage of development.”  my PD needs as they relate to my role and stage. Using the same metric, I can begin to identify future leaders.

33 Fish quotes with which to end… “There is nothing like the feeling of utter security on a tumultuous sea!” “We’re going to need a bigger boat.”


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