Leadership Groups

Registration is now open for all strands and individual courses.

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Aspiring Leaders

Program offerings in this strand are designed to support and guide teacher leaders, instructional coaches and other individual contributors who are aspiring to the role of Assistant Principal. The content will help professionals to both determine their interest in and aptitude for the leadership responsibilities of that position. Additionally, once an individual has determined his or her suitability for the role, content is offered to begin the process of preparation. Ideally, districts will nominate and refer potential candidates who will receive development support in small group settings over a specified period of time in order to help create a pipeline of capable and experienced leaders for the future.

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Aspiring Leaders' Courses


Please click here to register for the Silver Strand.

The silver stand includes two of the three courses below.


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Assistant Principals

The following two tracks are offered to Assistant Principals.

Current Job Focus (for assistant principals with 0-2 years of experience in the role)

This program strand provides four workshops designed to support the preparation and development of new assistant principals in the critical and core responsibilities of their role, including understanding their accountabilities and span of control, time and priority management, classroom management and critical communication skills, and effective leadership of faculty.

Aspiring Principals (for assistant principals with 3+ years of experience in the role)

This three-year program supports assistant principals who seek to assume the responsibilities of the principalship. Experienced assistant principals bring a level of leadership acumen but often lack the full skill set needed to move into a principalship role. Workshops include content designed to support development on four strategic functions, including data-driven planning, finance, vision-setting, and talent management. Ideally, districts will refer assistant principals developing for the role of principalship, but assistant principals may also self-refer and participate in the program for career growth and self-development. Participants who fully complete all elements in the first two years of the program (Silver and Gold strands) are eligible for the third year (Platinum strand) which includes a robust leadership assessment process, executive coaching, individual development plan, individually assigned mentor, tailored workshops targeting identified development needs and experiential development focusing on targeted plan goals.

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Principals

This three-year program supports the development of principals in their second through fifth year of service and beyond. Districts will nominate candidates for program strands focusing on the three primary elements of leadership: vision, interpersonal/relational, and execution/implementation, but principals may also self-refer for career growth and self-development. Leadership skills will be developed through a variety of methods, including workshops, small group discussions, book studies and case studies.

Participants who fully complete all elements in the first two years of the program (Silver and Gold strands) are eligible for the third year (Platinum strand), focusing further on growing their effectiveness as a principal or choosing to develop for a position in district administration. Program elements will include a robust leadership assessment process, executive coaching, individual development plan, tailored workshops targeting identified development needs, experiential development focusing on targeted plan goals, and back-end 360 degree leadership assessment.

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District Level Leaders

This three-year program supports superintendents and district level leaders through customized, needs-based and transformative leadership opportunities. Cohorts of leaders will learn together and challenge themselves and each other to identify and take to mastery those specific skills and behaviors that will affect student achievement over an entire district.

Participants who fully complete all elements in the first two years of the program (Silver and Gold strands) are eligible for the third year (Platinum strand), focusing further on growing their effectiveness as a district administrator or choosing to develop for the superintendency. Program elements will include a robust leadership assessment process, executive coaching, individual development plan, workshops focusing on executive level strategic responsibilities and opportunities for involvement in statewide policy initiatives and projects with widescale impact. This program will also include a final 360 degree leadership assessment process as a final element.

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