How to save time, be bold and inspire as a school leader

November 5, 2019 ACSA Partner

This video is provided to ACSA by Brandman University, an ACSA Partner4Purpose

The responsibilities of school leadership can be overwhelming with all the paperwork, politics and meetings. But there are methods to help you manage all the commitments while improving performance. Tim Floyd, assistant principal at Huntington Beach High School, shares time-saving techniques and leadership strategies with his fellow administrators in this webinar hosted by Brandman University. From exploring tech-tools for more effective communication to creating a long-term vision for your school, discover new ways you can lead your community to greater success.  This is just one of many free webinars for K-12 leaders. Visit brandman.edu/ExEdevents to register for an upcoming webinar or to view any of the past recordings.  

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