Hosted by the School of Education at Concordia University Irvine, our Administrative 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.
All symposia are held on Saturdays from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. on campus. Continental breakfast is provided.
Finding the Superhero Within: Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome
August 24, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
School leadership is sometimes referred to as an "accidental profession." We are often tapped on the shoulder, while others are pushed or pulled into leadership. As an aspiring leader, we are often the last to recognize our own leadership potential, let alone believe in it. It is not uncommon for one to feel like an imposter as they enter a new leadership role. This presentation will explore our inner critic and how to overcome the Imposter Syndrome to unleash your inner superhero through vulnerability and authenticity.
Keynote Speaker: Tamerin Capellino
Ed.D. Associate Professor, School of Education
Brandman University Chair
Educational Leadership & Administration Author, 92 Tips from the Trenches: How to Stay in the Game as an Educational Leader and Knowing the Questions, Not the Answers: A Principal's Guide to Transition.
Next Keynote Speakers
Feb. 1, 2020: Julie Adams
May 16, 2020: Origin Consulting
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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