Re: Leadership Team
    Posted by: storrsb on 4/30/15
    () Comments

    On 4/24/15, lynne wrote:
    > On 4/08/15, Darla wrote:
    >> How many people should be on a leadership team at a school?
    > How do
    >> you decide who to put in leadership team?
    > It depends on the purpose and responsibilities of the
    > leadership team, and on the size of the school - there is no
    > one answer, since each school has different needs. As for
    > deciding who to put on the team, again this depends on the
    > purpose and responsibilities. Some may be created from an
    > existing group - department heads for example; some may be
    > elected by peers; some may be selected by the principal or
    > designee based on expertise or experience or training, etc.

    I have to agree with lynne regarding this question. As an
    aspiring administrator I think the size of the leadership team
    does depend on the function/purpose of it. To staff this
    leadership team I would consider what the purpose of the team is
    for and then look for willing candidates from a collection of
    individuals I think would serve well. Knowing what the leader
    will have to do and finding individuals that match up with that
    responsibility is imperative. The leaders that served well in
    certain committees may not serve well in others and this needs
    to considered. I would also make sure I thoroughly discussed
    the purpose of the committee and the leader's role with them so
    that there was not confusion regarding expectations.

    Posts on this thread, including this one

  • Leadership Team, 4/08/15, by Darla.
  • Re: Leadership Team, 4/24/15, by lynne.
  • Re: Leadership Team, 4/30/15, by storrsb.
  • Re: Leadership Team, 5/10/15, by Cindy.
  • Re: Leadership Team, 5/14/15, by storrsb.