The Impact Team NetworkED Leadership Series draws on the latest science around the role of climate, culture, relationships, and networks in the process of leading holistic, learner-centered innovation.
Each leadership collaborative can stand alone or can be combined into an integrated and coherent whole and are grounded in solid empirical evidence, connected to practice, the 4 tenets of student-centered learning and are deeply interactive for leaders at all levels.
NetworkED Leadership Collaboratives create conditions necessary to craft, support, and sustain learner-centered systems and are framed around the idea that leadership at its core is about effecting change at the individual, group, and system level. NetworkED Leadership revolves around four evidence-based cornerstones:
Setting Direction – Develop a clear, specific “big” goal to unite, inspire, and grow systems.
Developing People – Use a Strengths-based and relationally driven approach to guide the change process, develop teams, schools, and districts.
Designing the Organization for Success – Develop structures and processes that foster trust, coherence, shared leadership, organizational learning, and flexibility.
Leading for Equity – Keeping excellence with equity central to the work of leadership at all levels in developing systems to enable all students and adults to learn, succeed, and feel a sense of belonging.
The Impact Team NetworkED Leadership Series
The process for collecting and analyzing evidence from your own context is at the heart of deep Impact Team Implementation. In partnership with Dr. Alan Daly of UCSD, we've developed a series of tools to make this process effective and efficient. Each tool is designed with a specific audience in mind, so there is something for every stakeholder in your school's success: students, teachers, parents/community, classified staff, site leadership, and district leadership.