Excellence Weekly: Strategies, Tools, and Insights for Empowering Education Leaders
Start the week with best leadership practices and improvement strategies for education leaders to enhance their skills and organizations.
- Learn how a middle school increased employee engagement, improved attendance, and enhanced its reputation through individual student connections.
- Discover how techniques like rounding and leader huddles can foster employee engagement to drive results in your organization.
- Take advantage of early bird registration discounts. Register for our 13th Annual What’s Right in Education (WRIE) Leadership Conference this October.
Burton Middle School Improves Community Reputation and Enrollment with Student Connections
Learn how a middle school improves individual student connections to increase engagement and test scores and enhance its reputation in the community.
Burton Middle School (BMS) tackled reputation concerns like student transfers, community disengagement, low teacher retention, and declining test scores. They partnered with Studer Education to execute a robust plan, making BMS a top pick for students and families.
|Download the case study
Tools to Monitor Progress and Connect Employees to Results
Use rounding and leader huddles for monitoring progress and fostering employee engagement.
Keep your team focused on crucial objectives through clear communication, goal alignment, and effective execution strategies. Consistent team leader huddles foster alignment and clarity while engaging with individual team members through rounding promotes satisfaction and enhances team performance.
|Download sample agendas and templates for rounding and leader huddles
October 22-24, 2024 • Westminster, Colorado
What’s Right in Education
Early Bird Registration Now Open. Discounted pricing available through July 31, 2024.
Join us for the 13th Annual What’s Right in Education (WRIE) Leadership Conference where exemplary districts and education leaders nationwide convene to present innovative solutions to common challenges. Connect with peers at various stages of the improvement journey, gain fresh perspectives on timeless practices, and explore transformative solutions shaping the future of education leadership.
|Learn more and register for WRIE