ISM has long asserted that a key factor of school success is the ability of the Head of School. Specifically his or her ability to translate resources (financial, human, intellectual, etc.) into a healthy school culture that gets ever better at delivering the school’s mission.
ISM’s Stability Marker™ #3 is “Executive Leadership,” is one of the six first-tier items in our Stability Marker assessment tool that helps schools measure and chart their course for greater stability and success in mission-delivery. ISM, up to this point, examined the impact of head leadership only from the point of view of faculty culture. We have recently conducted a study to look at the potential other contributors to the success of executive leadership by exploring Head characteristics, measures of school success/performance, as well as faculty culture.
We'll cover these topics and more:
- Share with you the results of our recent study on Executive Leadership
- Unpack our conclusions and specify the implications for schools and Heads of School
Total run time is 60 minutes. The presentation will run approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes designated for Q&A.
Who Should Attend:All school leaders, particularly School Heads and Board Chairs.