How can we be a more effective team?
Organizations sustain high performance when people are aligned and understand where the organization is headed. Although there will always be people who are resistant to change, the best leaders persevere through pushback to help create incredible results in our school systems. Such as, Hudson School District Superintendent Nick Ouellette, PhD, who understands that even though reaching agreement is important, so are his non-negotiables, as well as the ability to move quickly to positively impact the students we serve.
This episode answers questions such as:
- How can we reduce the number of initiatives implemented in our systems?
- Why is alignment so critical to helping teams focus?
- What can we do to manage resistance to change?
Featured Episode Resources
9P | MEASURING WHAT MATTERS
All of us want to be a part of a high performing organization. What does that mean? When you walk into a high performing organization, you feel it. So, how does a high performing organization maintain and radiate that energy?
SE | THE IMPROVEMENT MATURITY MODEL TO PURSUE EXCELLENCE
What is organizational excellence? To answer this question, we’ve developed a five-stage model to help leaders and teams visualize their excellence journey. The Improvement Maturity Model acts as a roadmap to give organizations a process to attain a culture of excellence.
SE | BUILD A BOLD LEADERSHIP TEAM
Ultimately, our success as leaders and educators is dependent on the success of the people we serve — students. Excellent leadership teams generate excellent organizations. To become a high performing school district, leadership teams embrace these key factors:
SE | THE KEY TO SUCCESS: CONTINOUS LEADER DEVELOPMENT
Changes over the past year have launched education into a season of transformation. The constant change we are facing in our industry calls for bold leadership. Oftentimes we see rapid change cause leaders to pause on leader development activities. While it’s valid to think that focusing on managing change itself is most important, there is another way.
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The challenges over the last year may have kept us at a physical distance, but we are here with you and we have other ways for you to connect with your leadership community. Our listeners can engage with our coaches and expert guests every week at virtual roundtable discussions and at our upcoming conferences.
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