Avoiding Burnout While Changing the World
In the world of education, we are all servant leaders constantly striving to improve the lives of our constituents. Most of us want to be doing this work for the long haul, but being an educator is tough work that can take its toll over time if you’re not putting the oxygen mask on yourself first. This highly interactive session will discuss why managing your energy – not your time – is key to developing resilience and will provide you with tools and techniques for upping your energy and avoiding burnout. You will walk away with a detailed plan for addressing your most pressing energy deficits!
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- Explain why developing resilience is a critical factor being effective in your roles.
- Articulate the connection between energy management and resilience.
- Prioritize areas of attention and determine actions and/or behaviors to increase your resilience.
- Kasey Miller, Vice President of Talent & Engagement, National Association of Charter School Authorizers
Kristin Rennels, Dir of Dev, National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA)