Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
- Holding people accountable is not the same as helping them be accountable. Holding people accountable relies on your chasing, checking, and correcting others. Helping people be accountable means empowering people to take responsibility on their own, even when you’re not checking.
- True staff alignment doesn’t mean conformity. True staff alignment means that everyone embraces the vision, mission, and core values and works tirelessly on behalf of students.
- Unfortunately, most of our leadership training taught us how to create compliance, not true staff alignment.
- When your staff is truly aligned, you can trust them to do the right work, the right way, for the right reasons without feeling like you have to micromanage or control them.
- True staff alignment gives teachers even more freedom to teach in a way that works best for them and their students because as long as they are aligned with the vision, mission, and core values, you can trust them to make the right choices in and out of the classroom.
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