A continuum of leadership and learning designed to address the specific challenges and concerns facing today’s assistant principal leaders.
•24 hours EILA credit
Delivered as a four-part series with workshops scheduled throughout the year, this program systematically enables assistant principals to acquire and apply new knowledge, skills, and abilities addressing the improvement goals of individuals, schools, and districts.
The series includes four large-group sessions and three individual coaching sessions with 24 hours of approved EILA credit. Individual coaching sessions focus on the StrengthsFinder® results of each participant.
"The program helped me understand my leadership strengths and weaknesses and incorporate them into my position as an assistant principal." -Bobby Hart, Asst. Middle School Principal, LaRue Co. Schools
Creating a Leadership Profile
This session examines your individual talents and skills and the role that self-awareness of these strengths plays in leadership.
What Do Assistants Owe Their Leaders?
This session focuses on the expectations for successful assistant principals and the role of different leadership styles.
What Do Leaders Owe Their Assistants?
This session outlines the expectations assistant principals can have for their leaders and the importance of communication in building a strong team.
Leadership at the Next Level
This final session addresses personal and professional development in areas that make great leaders.
About the presenter:
Dr. Kevin Hub is assistant superintendent for Madison County Schools in Richmond, KY. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served with distinction on the front lines in Desert Storm as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army. He earned a Doctorate in Leadership Education from Spalding University in Louisville, KY.
Hub Consulting designs and implements creative solutions for the leadership development of professionals and their organizations. The company provides effective professional development solutions for individuals, small groups, leadership teams, and large organizations through various workshops, training, and learning environments.