What does being a leader mean to you? Do you want to be a leader? If so, what do you need to do to achieve your goals? This program is an opportunity for educators of color to explore their leadership aspirations and opportunities within and beyond independent schools. For experienced, emerging and questioning leaders of color at all stages of their careers, this yearlong series will offer participants time and support to:
• clarify their visions and goals as educators,
• identify core leadership competencies and challenges,
• design their own professional growth plans, and
• network and build vital personal and professional relationships.
With the intention of knowing and sustaining ourselves in our careers, we will lean into case studies; reflect on our own experiences; talk frankly about the challenges, opportunities and expectations for leaders of color; recognize our personal growth edges; and drill down on the skills and knowledge we have and need to thrive on our diverse professional paths.
For educators of color, these working conversations will include all aspects of who we are as leaders and the complexity of the communities in which we work.
Meeting dates: October 16, November 12, January 29, March 20, and social networking event in the late afternoon on March 13
Meeting times: 9:00 am – noon
Location: The Bay School (35 Keyes Ave., San Francisco, CA 94129)
Cost: $1400 per participant; ($2000 for non-members)
Download the PDF flyer to learn more and share with colleagues.
Click here to register online.