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Tuesday, April 11 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Leading in Complexity: The Intersection of Time, Values, Intention and Response

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“Wow, I finished everything on my to-do list, and got home to have supper with my family!” said no principal ever. How do leaders manage their time and energy? Is there a silver bullet, or does this look different for everyone? This session examines the literature, as well as the lived experiences of female principals and how they think about and manage their time. We will explore examples of establishing rhythms and boundaries that have helped leaders do the important work, lead from an ethic of care, and also sustain themselves. We will consider habits that can help you gain clarity about your values and priorities, so that you can invest your time in activities that move the work forward, while also being responsive to the people in front of you. Join us for conversations that will deepen your understanding of how living and leading authentically can help you write your leadership story, and find time for what matters most to you.

Speakers
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Dr. Kathy Toogood

Adjunct Professor, University of Portland
Dr. Kathy Toogood is a teacher, learner, and leader. She is currently working as a system leader for Alberta Education, and as an adjunct professor with the University of Portland, in Edmonton, Alberta.


Tuesday April 11, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm MDT
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