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Year 2: Leading Change with Confidence

Leading Change with Confidence: restorative practices in schools

Typically, only administrators are trained in implementing complex changes. Moving forward with Restorative Practices implementation will require additional leadership skills in Year 2. There’s another full day of interactive training with relevant application activities for site teams.

Site teams demonstrate their site’s first year progress through a team presentation. They also evaluate their original site plan and create additional goals for Year 2 that lead towards further school-wide implementation.

Consultants schedule any combination of five hours of workshops, consulting, and/or coaching that facilitates the site team’s progress towards implementing Restorative Practices.

Topics include

  • Concerns About Change
  • Kotter’s 8 Mistakes
  • 8 Steps for Change Process
  • Roger’s Diffusion Model of Innovation
  • Overcoming Obstacles
  • Leading Change.
  • Are you relieved when certain students are absent?
  • Do you have students who “push your buttons”?
  • Do you find yourself butting heads with the same students day-after-day?

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