Time for Change: Staff Resistance to Change

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Since its inception in the 1960s, the research on how schools effectively meet the academic needs of all students has flourished. Unfortunately, it is often the unwillingness on behalf of educators to implement research-based practices that limits the potential for schools to enhance learning for the students they serve. Why is resistance to change in schools by educators who care about students a strong reality? Join Dr Luis F. Cruz as he shares insights on resistance from his best-selling book co-authored with Dr Anthony Muhammad: Time for Change: 4 Essential Skills for Transformational School and District Leaders. Discover the difference between rational and irrational forms of resistance and learn how to address both effectively.


Objectives and Outcomes

  • Learn and embrace effective transformational leadership
  • Understand rational and irrational forms of staff resistance
  • Initiate multiple forms of accountability

Additional Information

SKU CONF2020DAC
Session Session 1 - 8:45am - 10:30am
Day Day 2
Topic Culture/Mindset, Leadership

Since its inception in the 1960s, the research on how schools effectively meet the academic needs of all students has flourished. Unfortunately, it is often the unwillingness on behalf of educators to implement research-based practices that limits the potential for schools to enhance learning for the students they serve. Why is resistance to change in schools by educators who care about students a strong reality? Join Dr Luis F. Cruz as he shares insights on resistance from his best-selling book co-authored with Dr Anthony Muhammad: Time for Change: 4 Essential Skills for Transformational School and District Leaders. Discover the difference between rational and irrational forms of resistance and learn how to address both effectively.


Objectives and Outcomes

  • Learn and embrace effective transformational leadership
  • Understand rational and irrational forms of staff resistance
  • Initiate multiple forms of accountability