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Maximize Your School's Organizational Health - Bring Your Leadership Team

 

September 17, 2018 (10:00-3:30 Central Time)

Location:  The Covenant School, Nashville

Speakers:  School Growth

 



How Healthy is Your School?
The answer to this question is critical because sustained organizational health is unquestionably one of the most powerful assets a school can develop. From extensive research we have the means to assess it, the tools to develop it, and an understanding of the disciplines required to cultivate it. Competitive advantage today isn’t won by the “best school.” A school that has the organizational health to purposefully reinvent itself to sustain enrollment and excellence will always win. Participants in this workshop will be guided through a preliminary assessment of school health and some best practices that will improve this key performance indicator.

 

The Laws of the Grapevine
Communication is a responsibility that cannot be delegated by school administrators and board leaders. Your communication habits are the single most important predictor of your success and directly impact the level trust and engagement throughout the campus. The Laws of the Grapevine is unique material that is designed to equip you to achieve stronger relationships and influence because great leaders are great communicators. Social media has accelerated the speed at which messages can be shared, but it can also undermine your relationships if you don't understand the vital importance of Sequence, Frequence, and Flow. Participants will learn techniques to master the grapevine and avoid messaging mayhem.

 

 

Speakers:  Scott & Tammy Barron, School Growth


Scott Barron, Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Scott’s business success springs from a passion for education, technology, and entrepreneurship.  Following advanced technology research at Princeton University, he started an early Internet services company that was later merged and acquired by larger tech businesses.  With an M.Ed from Johns Hopkins University, he spent 14 years as a school chief administrator, working with the boards, faculty, parents, donors, and community stakeholders, to create a culture of collaboration, data analysis, and innovation.  He is the author of, The Yabwi Tree, that encourages an entrepreneurial mindset for those ages 8 to 88. Upcoming books include, The Laws of the Grapevine, and, The Consultative Business Officer.

 

Tammy Barron, President & Senior Partner

Tammy has a multifaceted background that reflects her broad range of expertise.  Following her studies in chemical engineering and journalism, she completed an interdisciplinary degree program and began her career in education.  She has a distinct passion for learning, teaching, and improving.  After serving as a teacher at multiple levels for ten years, Tammy took on the challenge of building the brand and enrollment for a large private school.  She developed the processes for growth, built a high performing team, coordinated marketing plans, refined the brand, and achieved the multimillion dollar revenue goals every year.

 

 

 


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