The Educational Leadership Foundation, in partnership with the U.S. Marines, hosts this four-part series, which provides an overview of positive core competencies that contribute to resilience and strong leadership in an organization. The program seeks to drive leadership development by fostering a purpose, an objective and decision-making criteria within an organization. This creates a focused culture motivated toward a common outcome that, in turn, develops strong leaders.
The series includes:
Now Available On-Demand
Leading Through Chaos Examine why organizations need leaders at all levels to respond to stress and chaotic situations.
Developing a Decentralized Culture Learn how to apply a key concept — collaboration — which demands that everyone help one another to reach common goals.
Crafting Competence Explore how to equip your team and team members with the tools needed to make decisions and implement solutions consistent with the culture and needs of your district — no matter how common, or extraordinary the challenge.
Being Proactive and AnticipatingWednesday, August 11, 2021, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Learn how teamwork and swift, competent action can help your organization accomplish its goals, even in the face of negative developments, without falling out of step or falling behind in its decision-making.
The Marine Corps, as an organization and a culture, is designed to create leaders at every level to overcome complex problems in crisis or war. For over 245 years, the Marine Corps has trained women and men to thrive as cohesive, supportive teams. It has designed human relations, education, and development programs to create smart, committed leaders adept at directing their team. This system is based entirely on people because people are an organization’s most important asset.