One of a Few…Bringing Women in Leadership Together
As women attending District, League, County and Statewide leadership meetings we are, frequently one of the few, if not the only, females in the room. There are unique challenges for women leading in today’s complex educational environment.
This one-day conference on November 15 will provide the opportunity for female building and central office leaders to network, build skill sets, and lead forward. Although the number of female leaders in education has seen a slight increase at the building-level, the percentage remains disproportionate in secondary schools and the central office. As the statewide associations for principals and superintendents, we recognize the importance of building leadership capacity to increase the number of women in leadership positions.
Sheila Alles, Deputy State Superintendent, Michigan Department of Education
Featuring Breakout Sessions Focused On:
- Preparing for the Superintendent and Interview Strategy
- Strategic Planning
- Positive Culture
- School Finance and Budget
- Negotiating your Contract
- Your Social Media Footprint
- Strengthen your Facilitation Skills
There will also be an opportunity for facilitated networking so that building-level leaders can connect with those in central office positions.
- When: November 15, 2019
- Where: Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, 219 S Harrison Road, East Lansing, MI
- Cost: $250
Rooms are available for a discounted rate of $125 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. Contact the hotel at (517) 432-4000 and ask for the Group Block Code 1911SUPERI to recieve the group rate.
Handouts and Resources
Finance Essentials for Organizations Leadership (pdf)
Donald Sovey, CPA, CFO, School and Municipal Advisory Services, PC
Your Social Media Footprint (pdf)
Wendy Zdeb, Executive Director, MASSP