Strategic Leadership Transition.pdf

Immediate goals strengths weaknesses opportunities

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Immediate Goals: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis Short Term Wins: 3, 6, & 9 Month Quick Wins Annual Goals: year end goals used for evaluation and rehire Long Term Goals: 1 to 3 year building or departmental improvement goals
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Discuss and Implement Action Steps Specific Desired Outcomes: define goal-attainment in specific terms Prioritization: what is mission critical, what is required for continuity of business, what gaps exist for student needs, employee needs Timelines: what are time-bound deadlines for each goal Sequence and Connection: are goals connected, can they be bundled Key Partnerships: who can/will help, who can/will hurt the efforts Resource Allocation: what financial, time, or other resources are needed
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Provide Professional Development and Training Opportunities What does the new administrator need/want for self- efficacy Provide immediate PD/training to fill gaps for district specific programs Provide PD/training to encourage effective performance and efficiency
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Evaluate Outcomes Define Goals: to what extent have the defined goals been accomplished Personal Goals: what personal growth has been observed Climate: what are the perceptional considerations regarding the leadership transition Culture: what has been the impact on the learning culture, quantitatively and qualitatively Relationships and Political Outcomes: what is the greater perception of the leadership transition
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ENVISION Great leaders ENVISION a compelling, different and vibrant future of how tomorrow will be better than today for students. Where there is no vision, the people perish. Guiding Questions: What should tomorrow look like? What should our graduates look like?
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ENLIST Great leaders ENLIST others in developing the vision, setting goals, and creating actions plans to improve the organization. Enlisting is an honest, authentic, and genuine desire to see people involved in order to elicit ownership in the school and the outcomes.
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