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Collective leadership webinar series

If you want to create a system that engages every educator as a leader of change, collective leadership is for you! CTQ invites school and district leaders to join this spring webinar series. CTQ content experts and partners will lead focused conversations about how collective leadership can help your team address a wide range of needs while simultaneously creating sustainable change.

The first webinar in the series, Collective Leadership 101, is free and discounts are available if you register for the full series. Join one or all based on your needs and interests. Scroll down for descriptions and details of sessions.


Webinar descriptions

Collective leadership 202: Aligning administrators as supporters

What strategies do administrators use to show visible, formal support for collective leadership and avoid inaction? We will explore this question and more in this webinar.

Date and time: April 16, 2020, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. ET
Event Type: Webinar (90 minutes)

This webinar will focus on the following:

  • Why supportive administration is essential to sustain momentum on improvement and innovation work;
  • How administrator roles are evolving to support collectively led school change work;
  • Exploration of one principal’s path to navigate the shift to collective leadership;
  • Opportunities for supportive administration to model ways to address issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion throughout a school/district; and
  • Tools and a self-assessment to guide visible, formal support from administrators.

Registration fee: $75.00


Collective leadership 203: Building leadership capacity and ensuring adequate resources for sustaining change

How will educators develop the knowledge and skills necessary to actively engage in collective leadership? Where will needed resources come from to build capacity needed? This webinar helps you use existing resources – time, staff, and funds – in flexible ways to sustain innovative work.

Date and time: May 12, 2020, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. ET
Event Type: Webinar (90 minutes)

This webinar will focus on the following:

  • Strategies to build capacity and ensure sustainability within current budgets and staffing;
  • Tools your team can use as either a self-assessment or guide for building capacity and ensuring adequate resources;
  • Ways to address issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion while building capacity and ensuring adequate resources; and
  • Tools and resources available to help teams co-create the vision and strategy for collective leadership.

Registration fee: $75.00


Collective leadership Webinar Series 2020

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Collective leadership 101: Getting started

What’s the secret to sustaining change and improvement? How can schools create a system that supports educators take collective responsibility for student learning? How are others across the country using collective leadership to drive and sustain change?

Date and time: February 13, 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET (Recording available with registration)
Event Type: Webinar (60 minutes)

This webinar will focus on the following:

  • Why collective leadership creates sustainable change;
  • How collective leadership can be used as a strategy to guide continuous improvement, a lever for equity, and/or a tactic for educator retention;
  • How collective leadership is being implemented in schools and the impact that it is having on those schools; and
  • CTQ resources that are available to individuals and teams.

Collective leadership 201: Setting the vision and strategy to create co-ownership of improvement

How can your team move beyond buy-in for the next initiative? Have you ever experienced confusion about the implementation of a plan? In this webinar we will explore why and how to set a vision and strategy for collective leadership that creates ownership and avoids confusion.

Date and time: March 12, 2020, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. ET
Event Type: Webinar (90 minutes)

This webinar will focus on the following:

  • Why co-ownership is much more effective than buy-in when you are making and sustaining change;
  • Tools your team can use as either a self-assessment or guide to setting the vision and strategy for collective leadership implementation;
  • Strategies that one school used to create a collectively-owned vision and strategy;
  • Ways the vision and strategy for collective leadership can help your school/district address issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion; and
  • Resources available to help teams co-create a vision and strategy for collective leadership.

Registration fee: $75.00