- Views problems as opportunities
- Priority setting
- Customer focused
- Critical and creative thinker
- Tolerance for ambiguity
- Positive attitude towards change
- Committed to innovations that are best for children
- Debate, clarify and enunciate values and beliefs
- Fuel, inspire and guard the shared vision
- Communicate the strategic plan at all levels
- Recognize the problems inherent to the planning process
- Asks big picture questions and "what if"
- Support the school staff through the change process
- Encourage dreaming and thinking the unthinkable
- Align the budget, planning, policies and instructional
programs with the district goals and vision
- Engage in goal setting
- Develop and implement action plans
- Practice and plan conscious abandonment
- Transfer the strategic planning process to planning
- Board and superintendent roles and responsibilities in
planning and implementing plans
- The strategic planning process, short and long term
- The board and district vision, beliefs, and mission
- The relationship of the budget to district planning
- The local, state and national factors that affect
- The best practices and research on improving academic
- The process of change and paradigm shifts
- Strategies to involve and communicate with the community
What trait were you proud to say describes you?
Was there any trait you would not consider desirable?
What trait are you trying to make more descriptive of you?