Disrupt to Force Change

 In Leadership Tips

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In order to create and maintain a culture that reinforces high performance, we must disrupt some parts of our educational systems and build up others to force change.

In K-12 systems, for example, we’re being asked to consider student achievement as we evaluate teachers and leaders. In postsecondary institutions, funding depends on the number of students retained over various time periods while they are completing their degrees. Increased pressures in educational systems demand that leaders enhance their skill sets to better manage human performance.


Excerpt from: Maximize Performance

Feature image by: Department of Educational Administration

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