Expanding the lens between Leadership Development and Systematic Change
I am committed to providing time , energy for Professional Develoment to K-12 Educators .principals, teachers, students and parents play an essential role in creating the transformational change needed in education today. That’s because leadership development focuses on the single
In today’s world, administrators are expected to be more than just teachers. They must also be leaders, coaches, mentors, and problem solvers. Learn five ways to develop yourself professionally as an administrator! Administrators need to be able to think critically, solve problems, communicate effectively, and collaborate with others to succeed. These skills can be developed through leadership professional development in USA opportunities, as well as coaching and leadership.
Coaching and Leadership
What if everyone, at every level, in your organization had the skills to quickly adapt to the influx of change that every workplace is facing? What if everyone, at every level, was empowered to engage meaningfully with their work, inspire one another, and challenge themselves to seek innovative solutions that elevate the entire organization? What if everyone, at every level, behaved like a leader? Organizations are facing unprecedented levels of change and challenge due to technological innovations, evolving work models, and increasing global competition, just to name a few. To keep pace and overcome the obstacles of today and tomorrow, organizations need to take a different approach to leadership. Thanks to the work of James Kouzes and Barry Posner, authors of The Leadership Challenge, we know that everyone can be a leader – it just takes the right framework and frequent practice to thrive.
The Leadership Challenge® Self Empowered™ can help your organization create a culture of empowerment that inspires everyone to make an impact from wherever they are. What Is the Leadership Challenge® Self Empowered™? Powered by the LPI®: Leadership Practices Inventory®, Self-Empowered introduces individuals to the language of leadership through the lens of their own behaviors. Everyone receives a personalized report with narrative feedback about their leadership skills and behaviors. Their report includes individualized tips and guidance on what leadership skills they naturally utilize and the areas where they can improve. The facilitated learning experience that follows brings the insights from the report to life with impactful activities, discussions, and video featuring real-world situations.
Through this experience, leaders begin to recognize and act on their own natural leadership abilities and are armed with definitive actions they can take to grow. The assessment and learning experience are designed to be beneficial for anyone at any level, but especially for those who are beginning their leadership journey. Start your people on the path to exemplary leadership by giving them the confidence and clarity on how to behave like a leader and make a difference in their organization right now – no matter their role. The Leadership Challenge is a proven, data-based leadership model built around The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® 1.Model the Way 2.Inspire a Shared Vision 3.Challenge the Process 4.Enable others to Act 5.Encourage the Heart Each practice consists of measurable behaviors that effective leaders do frequently when they’re at their personal best.
How does it work?
The experience begins with a self-assessment powered by the LPI®: Leadership Practices Inventory®. The LPI is a rigorously validated instrument, developed by James Kouzes and Barry Posner, which is backed by 35+ years of research and trusted by more than five million leaders worldwide.
After taking the assessment, each leader receives an individualized report of their assessment results with a personal narrative about their leadership behaviors and areas where they can take action to grow as a leader. With a high level of detail and actionable takeaways, the report delivers personalized insights to build self-awareness and spark definitive action for development.
Equity audits are a leadership tool used to collect the data that informs the process of removing programmatic barriers that impede full participation, access, and opportunity for all students to receive an equitable and excellent education. An Equity Audits is a powerful tool to transform teaching. The results and recommendations offer intentional and impactful professional development opportunities that reflect principal's support.
Signs your organization could benefit from an Equity Audit Your organization is not aware of where its gaps are You struggle to gather sufficient or tangible metrics to build a business case for change Your organization often only measures policies and representation numbers, which aren’t the real drivers of change Your organization has no way of tangibly measuring and benchmarking progress in diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Hi, I’m Doris, an empathetic, and compassionate, executive coach and program evaluator, who help non-profit organizations, small businesses, corporate leaders, and teams, leverage diversity and inclusive leadership practices to analyze markets, customers, ideas, and talents that results in customer centricity, and organizational sustainability.
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In my consulting and coaching practice, I focus on extending the conversation on increasing leadership voice creating a balance between moral imperative, vision, leading by example, with power, purpose, and passion.
I have an EdD., E.Ds.. in Educational leadership, and Education Administration from The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, and in Mid -Management Certification form Texas Woman’s University.
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