4 Steps to End the Cycle of Leadership Turnover

We're listening to, and vigorously nodding our heads along with, Hidden in Plain Sight: Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders of the Education Sector.

The entire lecture is worth a listen (skip to minute 2:55, there's no sound to start), but here's a taste—four strategies for ending the cycle of frequent turnover in leadership positions:

  1. Adopt a development mindset.
  2. Adequately fund activities and create leadership team time to build individual and collective capacity.
  3. Seek opportunities to promote from within, using stretch roles as a development tool.
  4. Invest in succession planning.

This topic is highly relevant to the work we do; in fact, we hosted a webinar on a similar topic last year.

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