Hosted by the School of Education at Concordia University Irvine, our Education Symposia provide fresh insights into the most relevant issues concerning educational leadership. Each half-day symposium features distinguished participants, administrators, and influencers in education who will present best practices across a variety of topics. The symposia are free to attend and open to the public.
Time for Change!
The Four Essential Skills of a Transformational School and District Leader
Date: August 22, 2020
Speaker: Anthony Muhammad, Ph.D.
This session will address the importance of transformational leadership. School culture provides the context for all good strategies. A leader who understands how to motivate, develop talent, and build consensus is worth his/her weight in gold. Today’s era of constant change requires leadership who understands the development of human capital. We will examine four leadership competencies; communication, trust-building, professional support, and accountability.
Currently Enrolled MAED Students
Students in the MAED: Educational Administration degree program are required to attend 3 symposia and complete an assignment for each as part of their coursework. The 3 symposia are embedded in the Leadership Academy courses (561, 562, 563). Students will be notified when it is time to register.
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