Building Trust with Faculty: Critical Skills for Academic Leaders
Dates Offered: July 12 - 23, 2021
This course is designed for any school administrator who is responsible for leading faculty, including division heads, deans of faculty, heads of school, academic deans, program directors and other administrators charged with leading an academic program.
Lorri Palko -- Lorri M. Palko is a business and executive coach who spent more than 30 years gaining experience and holding leadership positions in both business and education. In these positions Lorri has been a coach and mentor, a builder of team culture, and a good steward of financial resources.
Lorri launched Love Money Purpose using her wealth of experience to help individuals and organizations bridge their purpose with prosperity. She is also a Certified Change Cycle™ consultant who offers a clear, powerful, well developed, and easy to follow model for predicting people's behaviors, thoughts and feelings.
Celeste Payne -- Celeste currently serves as the Upper School Faculty Clerk and the Upper School Equity & Inclusion Coordinator at Westtown School, a Quaker day and boarding PK-12 school. She has also taught high school science for over twenty-five years. Throughout her career, Celeste has supported colleagues as a coach, a mentor, and a clerk of the faculty and staff of color affinity group at her school.
Outside of her school community, Celeste is actively involved as a member of the Learning for Justice Advisory Board and as a board member of a local dual language public charter school.
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