There are plenty of places where you can study the abstract academics of leadership, but Women Who Lead is designed to be a personal journey of the realities behind being a successful leader – told through the individual stories of over 70 experienced female leaders.
For over 55 years, ECIS, our members, and the communities we serve, have faced significant challenges and come through them all by supporting each other and working together. Through the power of commonality and inclusion. It certainly is the most surreal time; thankfully the spirit of community has been reenergised, however there is still so much more to do.
We would suggest that at no other time have International School Leaders had the opportunity to carefully consider and fully embrace diversity, inclusion, and to embed equity and belonging within your communities. Diversity builds innovative, high performing and talented networks.
As a result ECIS are delighted to collaborate with Eduro Learning and the Women Who Lead Project to offer opportunities for authentic discussion around the individual journeys we have taken to Leadership. Ensuring that Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging is a pillar of our entire International School Community.
Founded in 2009 by the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE), Teachers College of San Joaquin (TCSJ) is the only WASC accredited institution of higher education that is a department within a county office of education.
The Mission of TCSJ is to develop a workforce of teachers and school leaders who are comfortable with collaboration, understand the need to prepare students for both work and higher education and have the skills to develop, implement and sustain innovative educational ideas.
TCSJ exemplifies the notion of learning opportunities that are rigorous, provide relevance, are relationship-driven and incorporate reflection for professional growth.
TCSJ is proud to collaborate with Eduro Learning for the Women Who Lead project to offer opportunities for teachers around the world to receive clock hour credits for their work within this program.
You’ve been tinkering with the idea of finding a mentor, but you’d like to lay the foundation to ensure that partnership is focused on your context, your needs, and your professional learning.
Our Mentorship Guide Workbook will not only build this foundation, but it will be a resource for you to then share with your mentor, helping to inform them of the necessary next steps.
Our reflective guide workbook is a tool for anyone wanting to leverage conflict as a way to encourage creativity, cultural shifts, and deeper dialogue. This guide provides resources to help you spark better conversations about conflict with your peers. If you would like to rethink the way your school engages with difficult topics and collegial dynamics, this resource is for you.
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