Estimated Time to Complete: 2 hours
Presenter: Cathy Lassiter
A leader's credibility impacts all aspects of a school and district effectiveness, including the climate and culture of the school and the sense of collective responsibility and efficacy that staff members feel. When leaders are credible, staff members are able to work in productive ways and significantly impact student’s learning. What specifically makes a leader credible in the eyes of staff members? Can credibility be intentionally built? If so, how does a leader build credibility? With Building Leader Credibility, learn how to attain the essential qualities of credibility that all school leaders need—trustworthiness, competence, dynamism, immediacy, and forward-thinking. Join Cathy to learn how to apply these traits to the work of the Ohio Improvement Process.
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