2018 QRIS National Meeting

259. The Neuroscience of Leadership: Practical Applications for Leading Change and Influencing Others to Build Early Childhood Systems

Date: Monday July 16, 2018
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Marina 3

The opportunities and challenges states face are crosscutting and complex. They require leaders at all levels to achieve results by coordinating groups of people, resources, and policies--much of which is beyond their immediate control. Although formal position and authority inform leadership, many people are leading systems-change efforts from positions without it, and stand to benefit from this cutting-edge research. 

Presenters: Sangree Froelicher, State Capacity Building Center; Evette Jasper, Washington State Department of Early Learning; Christi Moore, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning

Resources: application/pdf icon259Handout - Habits of a Systems Thinker.pdf
application/pdf icon259Handout - Managing with the Brain In Mind.pdf
application/pdf icon259Handout - SCARF Model by David Rock.pdf
application/pdf icon259Handout - The_Dawn_of_System_Leadership.pdf
application/pdf icon259PowerPoint - Neuroscience of Leadership Session.pdf