If You Want Everyone Doing The Right Thing The Right way, Don't Skip This Step!

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • The reason that so many initiatives fizzle out is that leaders go straight from announcing a new initiative to evaluating teachers and skip all the necessary steps in between. Builders know that if you want to get everyone in your school implementing a new initiative with quality and fidelity, you need to properly lay the groundwork first.
  • During the evaluate stage you are not just evaluating teachers. You are evaluating the entire process looking for what worked, what didn’t, and what is the impact on students. 
  • Once you evaluate teachers, there may be a tendency for them -- and you-- to let up. It’s important not to let up if you truly want to embed the new change into your culture.  

Does your school have "pockets of excellence" while other teachers are "phoning it in" each day?

Do you struggle to get all of your teachers implementing a new initiative "with fidelity?" If so, then you don't want to miss today's episode where you'll learn how to use evaluation to get every teacher in your building doing the right thing, the right way (without being the "bad guy" in the process.)

You don't have to settle with spotty implementation. You can get every teacher moving closer and closer to excellence when you leverage the Evaluation Stage #LikeABuilder.

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 difference between the way that leaders and builders evaluate teachers during a transformation process.  
  • The hypocritical thing that many leaders do when launching a new initiative.  
  • Why the Evaluation Stage is so important if you want to make change stick.  
  • Which teachers you should start with during the evaluation stage in order to have the biggest impact.  
  • The data sources many leaders miss when evaluating the success of a new initiative. 
  • How to help everyone stay accountable even after they have “passed” the evaluation.  
  • The powerful tactic you should use if you want to make sure that the change sticks over time.  
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