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Supporting Teams Through Transformation Pamela Hadfield Organisational Development & Learning Manager.

centred” development package. Transition & Appreciative Inquiry Awareness. Use this awareness to build ownership and a sense of community. TRANSITION APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY TEAM CONVERSATION TRANSITION OBJECTIVES By the end of the workshop participants would: Have a/focussed on each individual service. Be clear about the next steps in the process. THE AI MODEL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Leadership development which focussed entirely on a work based approach. Partnership with University of Derby – leading expert /


1 Team Leadership Model Leadership Decisions Monitor or take action? Intervene on task or relational needs? Intervene internally or externally? Task Goal.

standards Relational Coaching Collaborating Managing conflict Building commitment Satisfying needs Building principles Environmental Networking Advocating Negotiating support Buffering Assessing Sharing information Internal Leadership Actions External Leadership Actions Team Effectiveness Performance Development Susan E. Kogler Hill: cited in Northouse, Peter, G. (2007) Leadership: Theory and Practice, 4 th Ed.,p207,London, Sage 2 Team Leadership Model Effective team performance begins with the leader’s/


Leaders Solving Business Problems (Through Technology) Kris Kutchera Technology Executive Leadership Academy April 2011.

of a Team Building Relationships Contribution Waitress Tutor Lab Tech Boeing Programmer Boeing Trainer Cap Gemini Consulting Washington Natural Gas Fluke F5 Networks Alaska Airlines “Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing the right things.” - Peter Drucker How We Serve Our Customers Deliver Support Innovate A high performing team and business partnerships make it all happen The right people Diversity & inclusion Collaborative leadership team Shared/


New Leadership and Finance Procedures In Greenback USD 725 Schools Submitted to: Dr. Randy Turk Submitted by: Marsha Evenson, Tarsha Moye, Wendy McDaniel,

One recommendations * accurate record keeping * receipting * expending * reconciling * timeliness New Leadership D. Accountability System for Activity Fund 5. Team Four recommendations * Misc. issues * fiscal year * bonded employees * no indebtedness * written requisitions and approval * timely deposits * numbered receipts New Leadership E. Summary Collaboration/Team Building Principal Marsha Evenson * trust * collaboration * professional learning communities * reflections * keep the momentum till next year/


Safety Leadership at MOL Prof. Jonathan Passmore.

Engaging with clients & competitors High Performance Leadership Leadership is about judgment, it involves an exchange between the member and the leader Leading High Performance Teams is about operating within a system Transform Model of leadership What is World Café? The World Caf/ change Table 3: Focusing on safety / Inspiring others Table 4: Engaging others in safety initiatives /Building shared networks Table 5: Recognizing safe performance at work /Being decisive Table 6: Being honest & consistent/


School Improvement Leadership: Implementation CIA Team Denise Behrends Chad Dumas Beth McCracken December 13, 2012.

School Improvement Leadership: Implementation CIA Team Denise Behrends Chad Dumas Beth McCracken December 13, 2012 What does this have to do with the Implementation of our Action Plans? Administrator Dance Agenda Welcome Goals Update of Current Status Job-Embedded Professional Learning Breakthrough Refresher Four-Step Implementation Activity #13.1 Activity #13.2 & 13.3 Work Time Goals Share updated Building Profiles Continue implementation of/


SYSTEMS CHANGE IN ACTION. Building Implementation Team Integrated & Compensatory Competency Drivers Organization Drivers Leadership Students & Staff Supervisory.

: 1.Vision/MTSS Framework, 2.System Supports & Tools, 3.Access to content expertise and PD/Training Building Implementation Team Integrated & Compensatory Competency Drivers Organization Drivers Leadership Supervisory Union/District Implementation Team Integrated & Compensatory Competency Drivers Organization Drivers Leadership State Implementation Team Integrated & Compensatory Competency Drivers Organization Drivers Leadership VT K-12 MTSS FRAMEWORK FOR CHANGE 1.Unit of Implementation, Scope/Sequence of/


Ron Campbell Director Leadership Research Institute Rancho Santa Fe, CA.

Employees Staffing, Standards, Goals, Outcomes, Process Adherence, On time, Coaching, Team Building, On Boarding Execution, On time and On budget, Able to Adapt, Resilient, Works Well With Others, Responsive, Owns Performance © 2014 Leadership Research Institute, Confidential & Proprietary TechnicalConceptual Human © 2014 Leadership Research Institute, Confidential & Proprietary What Will Get You There? © 2014 Leadership Research Institute, Confidential & Proprietary What Will Get You There? “We spend/


Building High-Performance Organizations V-1 Ver 3.6/18/2016 MODULE V: LEADERSHIPFORM BUILDING HIGH-PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.

, Navy Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) 4.1E Briefing, January 2001 Building High-Performance Organizations V-13 Ver 3.6/18/2016 OBJECTIVE: This exercise is about building your unit’s/NOG’s “leadership/change team,” which will be responsible for driving performance improvement in your part of the organization. PROCESS: As a team, discuss and plan what you will do when you get back to your/


Sunday, June 7, 2009 June 2009 - Toastmasters Leadership Institute 1 TEAM: T ogether E ach A chieve M ore.

Mind principle Sunday, June 7, 2009 June 2009 - Toastmasters Leadership Institute 27 Effective meetings –Agenda and minutes Organizing (preparation) –Important and Urgent Provide Training (2 of 2) Sunday, June 7, 2009 June 2009 - Toastmasters Leadership Institute 28 Summary What did we learn? –Teams are an effective way to achieve goals –Teams need leaders –Team building requires commitment, ideas and efforts –Team members training improve results How are you going to/


Distributed Leadership for Learning

dictates of the institution The exercise of authority requires reciprocity of accountability and capacity Distributing Leadership within the School West Virginia Institute Building Leadership Team, School Improvement Team Data Analysis Team Response to Intervention Team Goal Teams (to assist with implementing each building goal) Grade Level Lead Teachers, Middle Level Team Leaders, Department Heads Professional Development Team Peer coaching Mentors for novice teachers, instructional coaches Distributed/


The Integration of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Continuous Improvement Board of Education Update October 13 th, 2008.

The Integration of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Continuous Improvement Board of Education Update October 13 th, 2008 Our Work To Date… Alignment (Plan on a page) Teamwork –Department Leadership Teams (DLT) –Building Leadership Teams (BLT) –Action Research Teams (ART) Data-Driven Process & Tools –Kaizen events in support services –PDSA/Action Research for SIP goals –Classroom goal setting/data centers/data folders –Iowa Recognition for Performance Excellence (IRPE) & District/


CMSD Academic Transformation Plan

to the transformation vision Commits the resources – time, talent, dollars – to drive the change Maintains focus, urgency Mayor and School Board Provides external support and accountability on progress, integrity of implementation Builds public awareness of and confidence in transformation Provide continued project team support Executive Sponsor Teacher Leadership Committee Provides critical guidance to Transformation Management Office Ensures alignment between transformation, ongoing work Clears obstacles/


The Greenleaf Seminar Servant Leadership: Growing into the Future

. This included self-sacrifice, integrity, decisive, and performance oriented. GLOBE Study Findings All cultures saw team orientation as contributing substantially to outstanding leadership. This emphasized effective team-building and implementation of a common purpose or goal among team members. GLOBE Study Findings Germanic Europe most positively associated participative with outstanding leadership. Humane oriented (supportive and considerate leadership, including compassion) was viewed as only moderately/


Operations Training Lesson 2 Be >> 1 Operations Training 2 This Lesson’s Agenda  Review  Educational Courses & Seminars  Leadership Training & Programs.

power, influence, control), personal growth (knowledge, skills, attitude) Commitment: to USPS mission Loyalty: to friends and/or organization (‘peer pressure’ to be involved) Recognition : getting attention, acceptance Staffing >> Interesting work Part of/Non- Renewal -36 77 2008 Analyze Present Situation Determine Obstacles List Essential Inputs Utilize Available Info Build a Support Team Leadership Analyze Present Situation >> Operations Training 32 Examine status of your availability, knowledge, skills & /


University Outreach and Extension

) Mother Teresa Mozart Pope John XXII Cinderella Sigmund Freud Kevin (Wonder Years) Jimmy Carter Dorothy (Wizard of Oz) Martin Luther King, Jr. Julius Ceasar Napoleon True Colors: Building -teams, communications, leadership True Colors: Building - Team -Communications -Leadership University Outreach and Extension Reframing gold Others see gold as: rigid controlling dull, boring stubborn, pigheaded opinionated system-bound unimaginative Choose to see gold: stable providing security dependable firm always/


Leadership Module name: Leadership Vincent Hodder Module authors:

movies Self awareness 4 Quadrant leadership Interacting with others Key takeaways Making teams more effective means leading more effectively The Leader has four core responsibilities: Create a shared vision Mobilize and inspire Manage for results Develop the team Set the direction Understand the big picture Communicate the vision Align the team Build enthusiasm Motivate the team Leverage the skills and experience of the team Enable the individuals Stick to/


Coach Don Meyer Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery.

asses led by a lion. Insecure arrogance (How is my swing? How does my hair look? ) VANDERBILT ALUMNUS ON LEADERSHIP - Leadership to me is a lot like pornography. I may not be able to define it or describe it but I know what it/man His Own Captain 7) Be the Aggressor, Make All Available Hustle Plays 8) Rest and Nutrition 9) Scouting Report: Know His Number and Game 10) Acknowledge Teammates 11) BE A TEAM 59. KEYS TO TEAM BUILDING 1. Shared Ownership Own vs. Rent Invest vs. Rent You Succeed, We Succeed, /


Preparing for Next Year. PRiSSM Goals Revisited ► A Common vision for HQLT in Secondary Mathematics and Science ► Improved Student Learning ► Professional.

sub days  $300/teacher towards registration for summer coursework  $500/teacher stipend 2 Sub Days For Expanded Team and Leadership Team is part of your 40 hours of Building Level PLC Work 3 Other Sub Days for Lead Teachers ► 1 day for Academy Follow-up (required) ► 2 days TBD by Facilitators PRiSSM Teacher Coursework Planning Directionsand Planning Form Your /


To Register, go to: www.pd-online.com.au www.pd-online.com.au Home Leadership Development 0 - 8 Years Term 2 Learning Environment Literacy Numeracy, Science.

and Aspiring Leaders and will be supported by Geoff McArthur - Manager: Accountability, Grampians Regional Office. As well a Primary and Secondary team from Grampians schools will present on how they have used data, particularly at a leadership level. Presenter Geoff McArthur and a Primary and Secondary team/ the student, punishment Verses a restorative approach, the power of circle time and using the RP script and how to build a whole school approach. This session will cover: Activities related to student /


Leadership and Team Building

acknowledged Effective leader are skilled in the following areas: Creating a vision Gaining commitment to vision Ensuring execution 8 For internal circulation of BSNL only 8 Leadership Competencies Vision Knowledge and Skill : Professional Competencies Experience and learning Team Building ability Conflict resolution skill Decision making ability Ability to involve employees Character- selflessness Clear sense of direction 9 For internal circulation of BSNL only 9 Roles/


Oxford Health NHS FT Business Plan

of the new Inpatient model Review Inpatient clinical model and leadership teams implementation (delayed from Aug-14) To identify partnership /team building and regular team-wide reviews of work streams. DOB 9 - Development of private oral surgery service Work has not progressed as the replacement clinical lead has now gone on temporary sabbatical. The only conduit for communication is with the original OUH Consultant who caused the original consultations to stall. PAGE 1 2 Developing Leadership, People and/


2007 FIRST Robotics Conference Creating Tomorrow’s Leaders Presented by: Kimberly O’Toole, Team 1511 Harris Corporation.

of Self Esteem, 7 Habits –Be a Good Team Player Being a Team Player, Team Building –Communicate Effectively Presentation Skills, How to Win Friends & Influence People –Continuous Improvement 2007 FIRST Robotics Conference Leadership Bootcamp 2007 FIRST Robotics Conference Leadership Bootcamp CAUTION –This Bootcamp was developed through reading through several leadership books many times, and parts were taken from some of my leadership development courses at Harris. –My style of/


Team Building: A Leadership Strategy

Strategy Chapter Twelve Team Building: A Leadership Strategy Chapter Preview: Team Building— A Leadership Strategy Teamwork in an organizational setting Common types of work teams Characteristics of an effective work team Behavioral science principles that support team building Team-building skills leaders need Team-member skills employees need Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Leadership Challenges in a Changing Workplace Rapid changes Greater employee stress and tension Long-term/


Taking the Journey Through Initial Implementation

with PBIS Expectations for today Cascading System of Support Who is supported? District/Regional Leadership Team Multiple schools w/in district Provides guidance, visibility, funding, political support Building Leadership Team Grade Level Teams, Core Teams, Departments, and all staff Provides guidance and manages implementation Grade Level Team All staff Provides guidance and manages implementation Building Staff All students How is support provided? Provides effective practices to support students Students/


Team Building: A Leadership Strategy

Team Building: A Leadership Strategy Chapter Twelve Team Building: A Leadership Strategy Chapter Preview: Team Building— A Leadership Strategy Teamwork in an organizational setting Common types of work teams Characteristics of an effective work team Behavioral science principles that support team building Team-building skills leaders need Team-member skills employees need Leadership Challenges in a Changing Workplace Rapid changes and demand for increased productivity Greater employee stress and tension /


PBS Leadership Forum Maximizing (y)our Investment Chris Borgmeier, PhD Portland State University

unit (school board) at least annually on the activities and outcomes related to student behavior goal. Regular reports and presentations to organizational leaders and community stakeholders increase visibility, accountability, public relations, and future planning and support.  Include PBS activities in newsletters, websites, etc.  Include community representatives on Leadership team Training Leadership team has established trainers to build and sustain SW-PBS practices. To decrease reliance on outside/


Priority Partners for Turnaround Summary List and Profiles November 2014.

Served Profile Location PCG Education Effective Use of DataConsulting support focused on emphasizing systematic data use, building capacity among the district’s leadership, and enabling leaders to use data. K-12Page 30 Research for Better Teaching Effective Use of DataProfessional development and consulting services to train data coaches and data teams. K-12Page 31 Wireless Generation Effective Use of DataTaking Action with Data methodology to improve/


Building Performance: Case studies in and approaches to using appraisal to improve outcomes in Christian schools March 2014.

. In leading for relationships, we draw on content related to personal qualities – social and interpersonal skills, developing self and others, team culture, and conflict resolution. Aim: Our focus should be on how we will build and nurture our important relationships – students, staff, parents, Board, alumni, broader community members. Leadership Knowledge and Understanding: Do I have a sound understanding of the principles of human behaviour? Do I understand the/


Our Time is NOW MidAmerica Leadership Academy: Developing High Potential Leaders Within Oct 2, 2014 Katrina Greene Director, Organizational Development.

-month development program, targeting high-potential leaders to reach higher levels of success and produce better results for their organizations. 2 Our Time is NOW Leadership Academy Objectives Gain valuable developmental feedback through 360° Assessment Attend didactic workshops to enhance HCA Leadership Competencies Learn how to coach others effectively and build dynamic teams Build strategic relationships across Division Become a Champion of Change Partner with Executive Mentor/


Minding Your Members: Leading Strong Lions Teams Online reporting On-demand membership access and management Service activity reporting and viewing Where.

to understand; withhold judgment conflict resolution commitment accountability trust task completion empathy understand feelings and motivation of others conflict resolution commitment accountability trust task completion facilitating goals of individuals/groups mentoring UNDERSTAND OTHERS inquiry empathy mentoring MANAGE OTHERS leadership conflict management changemaking bond building Talking About Teams share information balance tasks, relationship remove barriers to change leverage diversity seek mutual/


Lead yourself, lead your team, and lead your business Building Your Leadership Skills.

2.Lead The Team: Involves motivating and inspiring excellent performance, creating an atmosphere of trust and openness, and removing barriers and obstacles to success. 3.Lead The Business: Involves building a direction and strategy, communicating that direction, implementing the details through people and teams, measuring results, and responding to a changing environment. The Three Spheres of Leadership 5 FDIC OMWI Education Module: Building Your Leadership Skills  Of the 3 leadership spheres, the natural/


Managing Remote Employees Manager Guide

team morale Team meetings In-Person Initial team meeting, if possible Recurring team meetings for team building, if possible A large part of communication is body language and /Leadership Council, Managing a Dispersed Workforce, Washington, D.C.: Corporate Executive Board, 1996. Corporate Leadership Council, Managing Virtual Teams, Arlington, VA: Corporate Executive Board, 2009. Corporate Leadership Council, Online Mentoring Programs, Washington, D.C.: Corporate Executive Board, 2005. Corporate Leadership/


TEAM BUILDING APAMSA Leadership Development Module.

(New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 334-338) Relations-Oriented Behaviors  Team Building Cohesiveness and cooperation are two common goals of team building Describe your approach to Team Building and briefly explain how your methods increased team cohesiveness, mutual cooperation, and team identification Leadership Challenge (23) Team Building Guidelines For Team Building Source: G. Yukl, Leadership In Organizations (New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006, p. 71-72)  Common interests/


Foundations of Team Leadership

work Proposed: C Frischmuth Implementation & Supervision Foundations of Team Leadership A Model for Project Implementation Closure & Celebration Project Launch Implementation & Supervision Evaluation Time Frequency of Interventions Task Focus Interventions People Focus Interventions Task Focus: Focus on the work at hand People Focus: Getting organized to do the work   Proposed: C Frischmuth Paradox of Team Building GO SLOW TO GO FAST PERFORMANCE T I M/


Program Plan The model for achieving and sustaining a high level of success in the football program The X’s and O’s are the easy part Fourth and one -

Year 5 – Win State YEAR 1 – Survival Develop a sense of accountability in personal behavior: STAY OUT OF TROUBLE! Survive, evaluate, and determine what needs to be done to succeed. Develop strength and speed. Build a sense of TEAM – Power Squads, Leadership Council. Build great relationships with our players. Establish a community service program. YEAR 2 – Foundation Vertical integration from middle school through the Varsity program/


LEADERSHIP Maissa Mohamed Shawky Professor of Public Health School of Medicine, Cairo University.

goals, rigid rules and procedures, or cohesive work groups 1–53 Quantum Leadership Quantum Leader Characteristics  Fluid  Flexible  Mobile  Reflects synthesis  Works from the whole  Coordinates the intersection Leadership Honesty Vs Dishonesty 1–55 HonestyDishonesty DirectSecretive FrankPolarizing DisclosingNon Inclusive OpenExclusive VulnerableControlling ExploratorySelective Discourse-friendlyIncomplete BUILDING BLOCKS: TEAM BUILDING  What is a Team?  Why work with a Team?  Characteristics of a/


Team Building https://store.theartofservice.com/the-team-building-toolkit.html.

currently has over 300 award entrants, who take part in a variety of confidence, character and team building activities including social/community Service and group excursions. https://store.theartofservice.com/the-team-building-toolkit.html Peer (disambiguation) 1 *Peer Leadership Program, an organization that promotes team building and easing school transitions https://store.theartofservice.com/the-team-building-toolkit.html RML Group - Nissan (1997–1999) 1 RMLs association with Nissan grew in/


Employee Empowerment, Leadership & Change, Team building & Teamwork, Communication & Interpersonal Relations, Education & Training Course Instructor: Dr.

& Teamwork, Communication & Interpersonal Relations, Education & Training Course Instructor: Dr. Syed M. Ahmed, Ph.D. College of Engineering & Computing Florida International University, Miami, Florida Major Topics Employee Empowerment Leadership and Change Team Building & Team Work Effective Communication Education & Training Employee Empowerment Employee Empowerment Defined… Employee Empowerment is Employee Involvement that matters. It could also be defined as controlled transfer of authority to make/


Leadership, Management, Team Building and Accountability How to Operate Successfully.

Leadership, Management, Team Building and Accountability How to Operate Successfully Leadership, Management, Accountability and Team Building Leadership is setting a new direction or vision for a group that they follow. A leader is the spearhead for that new direction. Leadership is setting a new direction or vision for a group that they follow. A leader is the spearhead for that new direction. Management controls or directs people/resources in a /


BA4135 LEADERSHIP THEORY & APPLICATION Professor: Pinar Acar.

do things and think Leader Characteristics High status, rank, experience Chapter 11 Leading Teams & Decision Making Groups Agenda Leadership roles in different types of teams Leadership roles in different types of teams Team building Team building Leading decision making groups Leading decision making groups Case: Building maintenance Case: Building maintenance Types of Teams Functional Teams Functional Teams Cross-Functional Teams Cross-Functional Teams Self-Managed Teams Self-Managed Teams Self-Defining/


MSc/ PG Diploma in Construction Management Leadership and Teamwork By Professor Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn – licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution.

MSc/ PG Diploma in Construction Management Presentation 3: Team Management Team BuildingTeam Building Team lifecycleTeam lifecycle Team RolesTeam Roles Team DevelopmentTeam Development ProblemsProblems Team LeadershipTeam Leadership Team MeetingsTeam Meetings Presentation content... MSc/ PG Diploma in Construction Management Team building is concerned with improving performance and results Making greater use of both individual and team strengths - not simply concentrating on weaknesses Resolving problems/


Building a Successful and Sustainable RtI Framework Margie McGlinchey; Ph.D. Kimberly St. Martin; M.A.

!) This process can be done three times per year (minimum) Activity Think about your school improvement plan and the example provided To what extent is RtI integrated into the building and district school improvement plan To what extent are the goals, strategies, and actions monitored (by the leadership team and communicated to all staff) throughout the school year To what extent do you systematically share progress towards/


PBIS Day 1 and 2 EUPISD SMARTI Schoolwide Movement to Achieve RTI.

plays a crucial role in establishing a leadership team. The effectiveness of the team needs to be evaluated and adjusted as necessary 6 Leading the Leadership Team Establish meeting mechanics –Supporting tools: Clearly defined roles and responsibilities Delegate AND establish an accountability framework and communication loop so tasks are completed timely, efficiently, and communicated to all Leading the Leadership Team Plan for team and principal turnover –Build capacity not only within the staff but/


Essentials For Building A High Performance Team Team Building Series.

. Collaboration Through Team Building In Review: Differences between groups and teams. Differences between groups and teams. 4 Stages of team development and ways to enhance team development. 4 Stages of team development and ways to enhance team development. Team problem solving process. Team problem solving process. Experienced the team building and problem solving processes. Experienced the team building and problem solving processes. Collaboration Through Team Building Teams A leadership training lesson/


In our last lecture # 16 – we covered: 32. The Marketing Mix: Product and Price Lecture 17: 33. The Marketing Mix: Promotion 34. The Marketing Mix: Distribution.

touches millions of consumers every day. I would like to begin this new role by thanking Larry Light and the entire marketing team for building a tradition of customer relevancy at McDonalds. I willwork to continue this record of marketing leadership and build brand strength going forward." McDonalds Press Release 08/31/2005 McDonalds Names Mary Dillon as Global Chief Marketing OfficerMcDonalds Names Mary Dillon as/


1 B2B Sales Excellence Management Mentoring Leadership Training Building Winning Teams “the art of empowering people”

1 B2B Sales Excellence Management Mentoring Leadership Training Building Winning Teams “the art of empowering people” 2 Agenda Introductions Team Building Overview What It Takes (To Lead Teams) Build and Motivate Teams Leadership in Action Team Building Presentations Teams, Questioning & Listening to Others Empowering Teams, Organizational-Operational Principles of Leadership EAI Leadership Retreat The Right Attitude Starts with the Right People! Next Steps… 3 Introductions Please silence cell phones 4 /


Delivering Organizational Change Management Capabilities A Teamed Approach to Addressing Impacts of Change for People, Processes and Organization.

is leveraged Stakeholder Alignment & Tracking Change Tracker Change Tracking enables leaders and teams to see whether change programs are on track and to take the corrective actions required to keep them on track. With Change Tracking, Alcon’s leadership can minimize the risk and realize the benefits of this significant organizational change and ultimately build change capability for the future. Change Tracking uses a three step insight/


Coaching School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (SWPBIS) Northeast PBIS (NEPBIS) Coaches Training Coaching Day 2 INSERT TRAINER NAMES.

4-6 Preview Steps 7-10 Action Planning Wrap up Let’s preview content so you’ll be ready to facilitate. MAIN TRAINING OBJECTIVES Establish leadership team Establish staff agreements Build working knowledge of SWPBIS outcomes, data, practices, and systems Develop individualized action plan for SWPBIS Organize for upcoming school year OVERVIEW OF SCHOOL-WIDE POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORTS (CHAPTER I) SWPBIS Message! Successful individual/


School Improvement Leadership: Implementation CIA Team Denise Behrends Chad Dumas Beth McCracken December 12, 2013.

Leadership: Implementation CIA Team Denise Behrends Chad Dumas Beth McCracken December 12, 2013 What does this have to do with Implementation? Lucy Agenda Welcome Goals Update of Current Status/Dashboard ASSIST AdvancEd Standards & IC Maps for Professional Learning Instructional Framework feedback re: DI Plan Gallup Data Quiz/Video Work Time Goals Share updated Building/data Find areas of strength and growth Identify Next Steps for Action Plan Goals Share updated Building Profiles Access ASSIST System Review/


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