Innovative leaders are defined by their core values, action-oriented vision, and ability to discern conditions that motivate and sustain progressive growth. In a world of complex circumstances and unpredictable change, school leaders must be equipped with the necessary competencies to successfully develop a dynamic team and fulfill the school’s mission. Principals must be integrative system thinkers who lean into uncertainty by trusting in values, challenging the status quo and transforming school culture by galvanizing stakeholders into strategic action. Your role as a school leader is central to the development of an equitable and inclusive organization. It promotes the success of every person in your sphere of influence.
The Principal’s Qualification Program, Part 2, prepares you for successful school leadership by putting your potential into practice. Throughout this collaborative and inquiry-based course, you’ll build your professional network through roundtable discussions and further your capacity by:
Your course culminating leadership practicum is a 60-hour leadership experience that applies the knowledge and skills learned throughout this course to a practical theory of action that is research-based and founded on your professional inquiry.
The Asynchronous Learning