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Educational Leader Professional Growth Plan

Goal Statement &


Implementation
Relationship of Goal to Strategies/Action
ISSL
Steps/Timeline
In the next year, I will work
to change my avoidance (6)
tendencies into proactive
actions and decisions.
Connection to ISSL 3 as
task management will be
done for effectively.

Set goals and


deadlines to complete
tasks and prioritize
by degree of
avoidance putting
those tasks before all
others.

Resources

Excel Spreadsheet and


task calendar on
Google calendar
Decision-making
documentation

Read Fierce
Make calls and
Conversations by
Connection to ISSL 2 as the decisions I dont want Susan Scott
culture will be more positive to do in a timely
because issues are dealt with manner and take
in a more positive and
responsibility for the
timely manner.
action.
Make task list weekly
and check and revise
daily.

Specific
Outcomes/Achievements
1. Make a weekly list of tasks that
have to be done including some
that have been avoided. Rate
the level of avoidance for each
task on a scale of 1-10 and
prioritize them to put the most
avoided first. Make a deadline
to accomplish them in a timely
manner.
2. Take initiative to have
conversations and make calls
that need to be done, even
when confrontation is
inevitable. Take responsibility
for the aftermath of the
conversation.
3. Fake it until you make it Use this advice from Dr. Steve
Gray until I have developed the
can do attitude I need to tackle
difficult situations I avoid. In
all situations, I have to attack

Techniques for
Gathering
Evidence
Save weekly-prioritized
to-do list on excel
spreadsheet to show
deadlines and priority
of tasks. Check items
off as they are
accomplished and date
them.
Document calls and
decisions made when
confrontation was
possible. Date and
describe.

Educational Leader Professional Growth Plan


them with confidence that
failure is ok and the risk is
worth the action.
In the next year, I will work
to change oppositional (7)
and critical tendencies to a
more positive focus on
improvement with
constructive questioning and
effective analysis.

In weekly
conversations with
those closest to me,
reduce the number of
times I criticize the
actions of others
while venting about
people and issues.

Connection to ISSL 4 in
relationship to collaboration
with others.

In team meetings,
focus on issues or
problems by writing
out the problem at
hand, asking the right
questions,
brainstorming
possible solutions,
and asking input from
others.

Connection to ISSL 2 to
create a more positive
culture where improvement
can take place through
constructive, positive
questioning.

In conversations with

Journal
Note cards for positive
encouragement
Index Cards

1. Keep a journal as a place to


vent overly critical thoughts
instead of saying them out loud
to other people. Reread entries
and look for ways to change
some of the thoughts from
focusing on or attacking the
person to focusing on or
attacking the issue or problem.
2. In meetings with others, ask for
their input and record opinions
of others to use for possible
solutions. Make lists of issues
and solutions to work
collaboratively with people
instead of pointing blame for
the problem.
3. Send at least 1 note of
appreciation or positive
encouragement to others on a
weekly basis. Recognize

Review journal entries


Conversations with
husband and close
friend who I tend to
vent to, to make sure
my conversations have
become more positive.
Discussions with
mentor
Positive notes sent to
others

Educational Leader Professional Growth Plan


others, actively listen
and do less speaking
than the other party.
6 positives to 1
negative PBIS

others who I may have been


overly critical of in the past for
the positive contributions they
make to their environment.
4. Use an index card to record
ratio of positives to negative in
the classroom. Use the PBIS
guide of 6 positives to every
negative.
5. When I see something that
needs to be improved, I need to
refrain from making
generalizations and utilize
positive strategies to help
rather than criticism. I can
keep a list of questions that can
be used to when providing
suggestions for improvement in
a more constructive and
positive way rather than
demeaning or criticizing the
person.