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Workshop: Leadership 101 (SF)

Details

Session 1

Date: October 8, 2015
Time: 8:30-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Session 2

Date: November 12, 2015
Time: 8:30-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Session 3

Date: February 3, 2016
Time: 8:30-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Session 4

Date: March 16, 2016
Time: 8:30-12:00
Where: Chinese American International School (map)

Session 5

Date: April 21, 2016
Time: 8:30-12:00
Where: The Bay School of SF (map)

Fee: $1450 Members; ($2000 Non-members)

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Leadership 101 (SF)

The Leadership 101 program is designed for school leaders in their first five years in positions with administrative, management, and/or supervisory responsibilities. This program helps participants demystify and develop key process skills of an effective school leader: understanding leadership style and school culture, effective communication, self-awareness, project planning, facilitation and building a following. The group examines and discusses personal experiences, case studies, and resources from experts, building a network of support and adding competencies for success in the life of an administrator.

We encourage two years of participation in this program, and we vary the topics accordingly. There will be guest speakers and opportunities for mentoring from the facilitators.

During the year together, we will explore the following questions:
What skills do you need to be an effective leader?
What is the role of school culture in leadership?

 

Facilitators

Luzanne Engh

Luzanne Engh

Luzanne Engh is currently retired and is the former Lower School Head at Head-Royce School in Oakland. She has over three decades of experience as a teacher and administrator in the Bay Area, and has been leading the BATDC's Leadership 101 team for several years.
Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis

For the past five years Andrew Davis has been the Head of Middle School at Crystal Springs-Uplands School in Hillsborough. He served there as Director of Admissions before assuming his present responsibilities. His teaching career includes three years as a middle school history teacher at the Hamlin School.
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