Exhausted and Frustrated- How to Restore Your Center as an Educational Leader
School and Central Office Administration and Education Leaders
All Content Areas
Educational leaders have gone above and beyond during the pandemic with little time to process the events of the past few years. As the challenges and demands on educators have increased ten-fold, many are heading into the summer feeling exhausted, frustrated, and unsure of how they will manage in September. While difficulty and changes bring challenges and heavy emotions, they can also bring opportunities to grow. As school leaders we have the chance to build a stronger, more resilient school community.
In this workshop, we will utilize the practice of reflection to develop a critical awareness of our experiences, emotions, and needs in order to build a framework for reentry in September so that we can support ourselves and our teachers in new and healthier ways.
Explore self-awareness as the foundation of resilience. ● Identify the top 3 actionable strategies educators can use to build a framework to support themselves emotionally next year. ● Cultivate curiosity around habits, time, and energy
● Examine new leadership skills that foster empathy, empowerment, and accountable growth from your staff.