How to Lead in Uncertain and Stressful Times

August 16 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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The last 16 months have presented school leaders with unprecedented challenges.  Both technical challenges –for example, how to arrange spaces and cohorts to meet legal requirements and keep our people safe– and adaptive challenges — for example, how to lead staff so they strive for the best for kids while facing very real challenges themselves.  The beginning of the next school year will be no different in terms of presenting both technical challenges and adaptive leadership challenges.  This workshop will prepare school leaders to better respond to both sets of challenges by providing a framework, and practice applying that framework, so that they can be the best, most emotionally intelligent leader they can be.

This leadership development workshop will introduce a cohesive language and universally applicable tool for building adaptive leadership as a school leader.  The Noble Story Group’s 5-Square approach operationalizes the concepts of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management from Goleman’s (1995) work on emotional intelligence—and is grounded in personal values. This 5-Square road map will be a blueprint for meeting the mental health needs of school staff and students through the post-covid transition.  It may also change the way leaders see themselves and what they believe it means to be a school leader.

The workshop is available free of charge to Idaho school leaders. You can reserve you spot in this training by clicking below.

Please address questions about registration and logistics to Kristen McCarver, and questions about the content of the session or how it might fit with your work to Max Koltuv.

This free professional learning opportunity hosted by Bluum and funded in part by Idaho’s Communities of Excellence Program. This is a competitive public charter school grant program funded under the Congressional Every Students Succeeds Act (ESSA, Public Law 114-95), which reauthorized the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965 (ESEA). $9,850.00 (99%) of this event funded by Federal CSP Grant dollars; $100.00 (1%) of this event funded by Bluum; total cost $9,950.
Details
Future Public School
  • 511 E 43rd St.
    Garden City, ID 83714
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  • Bluum
  • Phone:
    208-336-8400
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  • Who Should Attend? Idaho School Leaders
  • Mandatory for Grant Applicants? Yes