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Growing and Developing Great School Leaders

The gold standard of excellence to help educational leaders achieve high levels of performance. 


Leadership Today

Leadership today continues to be more challenging and involving, and it requires preparation. New environmental challenges continue to emerge, and educational leaders must adapt to changing environments. Leadership calls for new ways of being in the world, not in oppositional isolation or confrontation, but in convivial cooperation which brings a world of new possibilities and opportunities. Educational leaders have multidisciplinary, interwoven roles. 


Today’s leaders’ must demonstrate energy and commitment. They need the ability to communicate effectively, generate human interaction and use available information to transform their institutions into learning organizations. They have to inquire, evaluate information and allocate resources. They are compelled to be community sensitive and visionary requiring an understanding of the impact of technological advances, decision-making processes and methods of becoming agents of change for the new era.

Leadership Development

Leadership development is a career-long, if not a lifelong process. Effective leadership requires knowledge of oneself through individualized and group assessments. The core of any executive leadership development program should be the use of assessments for development where a variety of assessment instruments are embedded in the programs.

Leadership Series

Framework’s Leadership Development Series is designed to aid the participants in developing reflective capacities to lead more effectively and will provide a variety of conceptual and technical skills to facilitate the leading and managing of the changing roles, rules, and relationships in today’s complex school districts.

The Framework Leadership offerings are targeted toward teacher leaders, principals, central administration, and superintendents. These research-based offerings are tailored to each school districts' needs and include:

  • Web-delivered professional development

  • Small group workshops

  • Multi-day institutes

  • Individual coaching and mentoring

Framework’s Leadership Development Series for executive leadership is based on research, which pertains to the differences between highly effective leaders versus those leaders who have derailed.

Our feedback intensive development program will help grow the competencies needed to deliver the results that matter to strengthen leadership as an organizational capability. The program embodies a vibrant learning environment where participants engage in a rigorous leadership development program that is relationally designed, growth opportunity-rich and action-oriented. The direct classroom interaction will be innovatively delivered, personalized and of high quality.

Leadership Presenters

Our presenters are highly trained developers with profound educational leadership and management experience who have demonstrated strong presentation or facilitation skills, enjoy working with school leaders and love teaching, leading, and growing others. They understand the challenges educational leaders face and recognize the opportunity to help educators grow, develop and succeed. Our presenters and executive coaches all share the following qualifications:

  • Excellent presentation, facilitation, and coaching skills

  • A high degree of professionalism, energy, integrity, empathy, personal maturity, and strong character

  • Strong K-12 educational leadership background

  • Significant desire to help educators and students succeed

  • A pattern of achievement, contribution, execution, motivation, and enthusiasm

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience with diverse groups 

  • Skilled in leadership, communication, change management, team development, coaching, presentation, self and time management.

Virtual Leadership Coaching


Leaders are pivotal to the success of any organization. Great schools do not exist without great leaders. School effectiveness is closely related to the quality of leadership, and to be successful, educational leaders must embrace many roles: visionaries, strategic leaders, instructional, curriculum, and pedagogical leaders, assessment specialists, disciplinarians, relationship builders, communications and public relations authorities, budget experts, facility managers, program administrators, as well as oversee contractual, legal, and policy directives. The impact of leadership on student learning is second only to classroom instruction (Leithwood et al., 2004).

Virtual Coaching Results

The underlying principle for using Leadership Coaching is that the school leader will become better equipped, increase their ownership and ultimately their confidence, satisfaction, and performance resulting in stronger internal leadership capacity leading to improved student learning and achievement. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.

Virtual Leadership Coaches

Our Leadership Coaches have the ability to establish both trust and confidence bringing the

highest standards of personal integrity and honesty. They are highly skilled with strong

educational leadership backgrounds. They have the ability to:

  • Facilitate ideas and problem-solving

  • Ask guiding questions to help the leader move forward, understand context,

       implement initiative and make sound decisions

  • Listen in a nonjudgmental, open-minded manner

  • Clearly articulate and stay focused on coaching goals, leadership development

       and growing the leader

  • Respond in a positive and neutral manner and diffuse anxiety

  • Support professional learning

  • Help leader set up and monitor timeline and provide guidance

  • Foster risk-taking and focus on data-informed decisions 

We have flexible plans to suit any budget and schedule.

Coaching engagements typically begin with a three-month commitment. 

Virtual Leadership Coach
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