About the Course
Succession planning is a plan of action the charter board will take in the event of a change of leadership. A best practice has the charter board and administration undertaking strategic succession planning as part of an ongoing commitment to its long-term sustainability. A succession plan will reduce the disruption involved when a key leader/administrator leaves the organization.
This session will focus on the steps in succession planning; who should be involved and what pieces of the plan need to be in place. We will review how to assessing the Charter’s leadership needs based on the charter mission and vision as well as the other leadership roles. It will look at the timing, the selection and the message associate around the successor. This session will focus on the why and how to develop a succession plan that will help ensure the charters ongoing leadership and long-term sustainability.
CSBOC Member: $90.00
CSBOC Visitor (non-member): $125.00
90 CSBOC Minutes
No, this is an Elective Course.
All CSBOC Courses will meet the TEA, CPA and TASBO annual training requirements.
1.5 hours (90 minutes) will be earned in this course.
The hours will go toward Other.
1.5 credits will be earned in this course.
The hours will go toward Behavioral Science.
|Kelly, Laura Succession Planning|
Laura Kelly, Director of Quality|
As the Director of Quality, Laura Kelly oversees the Quality Framework tools used by TCSA’s member schools to increase educational and operational performance. Previously, Laura led the charter school quality, educational productivity, and organizational effectiveness efforts for the Institute for Public School Initiatives at The University of Texas at Austin (IPSI). Ms. Kelly spearheaded the Institute’s conversion from a bureaucratic, paper-laden department into a telecommuting, paperless, learning organization. Formerly in the private sector, she has worked in education reform for the last seven years and specializes in organizational effectiveness and school quality. Ms. Kelly graduated with highest honors from St. Edward’s University with a Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration.
fee ends 12/15/2014