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Tuesday, March 13 • 8:45am - 10:00am
How Do I Spend My Days as a School Change Leader?

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Have you ever wondered at the end of a day what you really accomplished as a school change leader? Do you spend your time reactively or proactively? Does some of the work you do feel both required and a waste of time? Do you feel like you have control of your time?  

The research on effective school leaders indicates the need for leaders to pause, clarify their goals and priorities, and align their practices. While this seems reasonable on paper, realizing this practice often means recognizing one’s habits and creating new habits with intention.

This session will allow leaders to take a breath, reflect on how one spends time, consider high-leverage strategies, and commit to developing one habit that can help support work-life balance and affect positive school change.

Speakers
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Ted Hall

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Competency-based learning, personalized learning, authentic student voice, school leadership, cycling, Nordic & telemark skiing, kayaking
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Angela Hardy

Director of Coaching, Great Schools Partnership
After 15 years in education, Angela joined the Great Schools Partnership as a Senior Associate and spent time coaching in Maine schools and supporting the development of tools and resources for proficiency-based learning systems. Angela currently supports the coordination of the League... Read More →



Tuesday March 13, 2018 8:45am - 10:00am EDT
Providence - Omni Hotel