Business Focus B2C B2B Total A survey of B2B marketers (marketers that focus primarily on attracting businesses) and B2C marketers (marketers that primarily target consumers) was based on 1000 B2B….
“Leadership Control Management”
After watching and reading all the articles with the assigned comic strip in the link below, explain which standard and course objective, as listed in this syllabus, relates to the comic strip and why. Then, in your posting 0f 300 words APA format, describe the part of the comic strip that supports your statement and remember to keep your reflective information with cited resources (minimum of four)
“Leadership Control Management”
We used in Developing Course Objectives: Interstate School Leadership Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) 2015 and National Educational Leadership Preparation (NELP) standards, formerly the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC).
Standard 10: School Improvement: Effective educational leaders act as agents of continuous improvement to promote each student’s academic success and well-being. Effective leaders:
a) Seek to make school more effective for each student, teachers and staff, families, and the community.
b) Use continuous improvement methods to achieve the vision, fulfill the mission, and promote the school’s core values.
c) Prepare the school and the community for improvement, promoting readiness, an imperative for progress, instilling mutual commitment and accountability, and developing the knowledge, skills, and motivation to succeed in advance.
d) Engage others in an ongoing process of evidence-based inquiry, learning, strategic goal setting, planning, implementation, and evaluation for continuous school and classroom improvement.
e) Employ situationally appropriate strategies for improvement, including transformational and incremental, adaptive approaches, and attention to different implementation phases.
f) Assess and develop the capacity of staff to assess the value and applicability of emerging educational trends and the findings of research for the school and its improvement.
g) Develop technically appropriate data collection, management, analysis, and use systems, connecting as needed to the district office and external partners to support planning, implementation, monitoring, feedback, and evaluation.
h) Adopt a systems perspective and promote coherence among improvement efforts and all aspects of school organization, programs, and services.
i) Manage uncertainty, risk, competing initiatives, and change politics with courage and perseverance, providing support and encouragement, and openly communicating the need for, the process for, and outcomes of improvement efforts.
j) Develop and promote leadership among teachers and staff for inquiry, experimentation, and innovation, and initiating and implementing improvement.
University Core Value: Community-University develops hospitable Christian learning communities by fostering a spirit of belonging, unity, and interdependence based on mutual trust and respect to create socially responsible environments that challenge all of us to listen, to learn, to change, and to serve.
Course Learning objectives upon completion of this course, students will:
1. Demonstrate application of leadership theories and skills to improve student achievement through reported activities of leadership.
2. Create a stakeholder plan that integrates communication, engagement, and training variables into a school, district, or organization improvement plan.
3. Describe how data analysis impacted the improvement plan, including student achievement (global) data.
4. Through the core value of community, identify aspects in the systemic plan that show evidence of mutual trust and respect that challenges all stakeholders to listen, learn, change, and serve.