Developed in partnership with the Expanded Learning 360°/365 collaborative, this training series is designed to equip those in leadership positions to create environments for adult staff to thrive as they support youth in social-emotional learning and character development.
Those in leadership positions have a responsibility to both lead and manage. Participants will understand the differences between the two, and the steps we can take to cultivate both. Participants will explore how leaders create safe, supportive environments by modeling self-awareness, interpersonal skills and growth mindset in how we lead and manage.
During this module, participants will explore the importance of social-emotional learning and character skills in our roles as supervisors. Participants will reflect on their personal roadblocks and potential pitfalls as a supervisor as well as be introduced to a management framework to help strengthen their supervision.
This module introduces participants to a coaching process that includes an awareness to social-emotional learning and character of adults. Designed for those in leadership and/or supervisory positions, participants will practice skills needed in coaching to support an environment for adult staff to learn and grow.
During this module, participants will explore the importance of creating safe environments for adult staff to experience and thrive amongst change. Strategies and tools will be shared for participants to successfully diagnose and navigate various stages and types of change.