Thursday, August 21, 2008

Episode 9: From Boardroom to Classroom

Legacy Leadership® works in the boardroom. Will it work in the classroom? Host Brenda Chaddock welcomes guests Dr. Kathy Dale, Assistant Dean of the College of Education and Technology at Fort Hays University in Kansas, and Jamie Robinson, a high school Vice - Principal in Kelowna, British Columbia. Kathy has adapted the Legacy Leadership® model for use within school systems from top to bottom, administration to students of all ages. Jamie has spearheaded a nationally acclaimed leadership program for senior high school students. Together they explore how the Best Practices of Legacy Leadership® look when they’re used in school – and what a difference they can make in educational outcomes.

Guest Experts

Kathy Dale is the Assistant Dean of the College of Education and Technology at Fort Hays State University in Kansas. The primary role of the Assistant Dean is to coordinate the NCATE accreditation process for the college. She is also the Interim Chair of the Advanced Education Programs Department. Kathy’s academic emphasis is in Education Administration focusing on school finance, educational leadership and action research.

Kathy is a licensed Legacy Leadership® Consultant and co-author of Legacy Leadership for Educators. She is an experienced leader and administrator who spreads the positive messages of education through training educators in the Best Practices of Leadership and creating practical tools with which to implement the best practices.

Jamie Robinson is the current Principal of Glenrosa Middle School in Kelowna British Columbia. He has been an educator in the public school system for the past 15 years. During this time he has worked in several middle and secondary schools, and been involved in creating several student leadership programs. In his former school, Okanagan Mission Secondary School, he and his team have created a high powered student leadership program that has significantly improved the culture of school. His journey in building a student leadership program at his former school led him to Legacy Leadership.

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