Evaluation - Superintendent / District Administrator (One to two hour session):
Leadership assessment is an integral part of any school district progress assessment. An environment of continuous improvement requires a developmental approach to evaluation. Evaluation of the District Administrator / Superintendent has not been established under the Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness Model. However, school districts need to be ready and informed, by setting a tone for executive leadership evaluation. This session will provide some insights and meaningful tips for school board members and school leaders to enhance their existing evaluation system and prepare for future changes.
Note: Additional sessions can be arranged to design a local Superintendent/District Administrator evaluation system for your school district.
Leadership Development of School Board, Climate, Politics, and Communication (One to two hour session):
This session will deal with leadership development of the school board, communication among school board members and the superintendent, the climate necessary for solid communication, and how politics will influence the communication within and outside the school district.
Leadership Team Development for School Board and Superintendent (One to two hour session):
This session will deal with the leadership team development focusing on the school board and superintendent. Areas covered will be building trust, making decisions, school board dynamics, setting goals, and community interaction.
System Capacity, Administrative Structure, and Administrative Effectiveness (One hour session which could be expanded to two hour session):
This session will focus on task identification and school board expectations as they relate to school system capacity to accomplish tasks and its relationship to school administrative structure and leadership effectiveness when dealing with staff and instructional improvement.
Note: Local school situations will be addressed, if desired, and the session will then be two hours in length.