How To Get Everyone Off The Sidelines And Actively Engaged In Transformation 

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • If you haven’t laid the foundation during the Excite, Explore, and Engage stages of the transformation process, then it will be difficult to get all of your teachers to meet the new expectations or make the changes you want to see.
  • Involving teachers in setting the new expectations means that teachers are invested in the new normal. Remember, people don’t destroy what they helped build. 
  • There will always be some teachers who will not fully invest until you get to this stage. Be prepared so that you won’t be frustrated.   

Wanna know the most frustrating part of any transformation process?

It's when you are ready to stop talking about transformation and actually implement the changes you're looking to make. Do this wrong, and you get spotty implementation with some teachers actively engaged and others sitting things out on the sidelines.

But, if you've properly laid the groundwork during the first 3 stages of the Transformation Process, you can get everyone implementing the changes you want to see consistently and pervasively (and without a whole lot of drama!) 

So, on today's episode discover the 3 steps you can take to overcome inertia and foot-dragging and get everyone actively engaged in the transformation. 

Check out these highlights:

  • The 2020 dates for Builders’ Lab have been released! Go to www.mindstepsinc.com/builders-lab to get your tickets.  
  • The reason why some initiatives fall apart during the Expect stage. 
  • How to get everyone implementing the new expected behaviors consistently and pervasively. 
  • How to standardize the “new normal” without push-back.  
  • ​​The wrong way to monitor implementation and what you should do instead. 
  • What can potentially be the most frustrating part of the Expect stage and how you can save yourself a lot of heartache and grief. 
  • The benefits (and a few pitfalls) of the Expect Stage  
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