VIRTUAL EVENT SERIES
“Leadership in uncertainty has to be an iterative and collaborative process.”
Over the last few months, educators across the nation have found themselves navigating constantly shifting lines in the sand. The world of education is experiencing a reckoning—one where it’s become clear that there is no silver-bullet webinar or leadership article that will give all the answers. Leadership through these times will be an iterative process; one where top educators can connect with and learn from their peers about what is and isn’t working.
At this event, you’ll join top educational leaders from across North America along with Robert Avossa, Founder of K12 Leadership Matters and Thoughtexchange Director of Education, Andy Krenz. Join this event to learn from peers and share your plans to keep your school communities safe as you return to a new normal in the classroom.
In this event, you’ll take away:
- How to lead by example in a time of uncertainty
- The importance of empathetic leadership
- How to build and sustain staff morale
- How to avoid costly mistakes in communication and decision making How to gain acceptance and support for difficult decisions
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Robert Avossa, is the founder and principal of K-12 Leadership Matters, a consulting firm that serves school district leaders. Earlier in his career, Dr. Avossa was the superintendent at the Fulton County, Georgia, and Palm Beach County, Florida, school districts.
Andy brings an eclectic wealth of life experience to Thoughtexchange. He has worked as a development consultant, youth worker, teacher, international humanitarian aid worker, personal fitness trainer, professional musician, and pastor. Andy is committed to helping people achieve their goals, to seeing people thrive, and to building community along the way. Andy is one part empathy, one part tenacity, and one part faith. He believes that all things are possible, especially the things that seem impossible. Andy loves outdoor adventures, music, sports, and serving at his church. He lives in Edmonton with his wife Andrea, and their two children.