SCARF: A Brain-Based Model for Leading Change and Influencing Others
The opportunities and challenges QRIS administrators and other early learning system leaders face are crosscutting and complex. They require leaders to achieve results by coordinating groups of people, resources and policies, much of which is beyond their immediate control. Although formal roles and authority inform leadership, many people are leading systems-change efforts without being in formal positions of authority and stand to benefit from this cutting-edge research. In this session of Let's Talk, Sangree Froelicher and Kelley Perkins from the State Capacity Building Center share underlying brain insights from neuroscience that can be applied in the real world when leading change.
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