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Executive Leadership Program

The successful nominees will engage in a multifaceted leadership development experience with their colleagues from across Canada in an executive program at the University of Toronto's internationally recognized Rotman School of Management and will contribute to an opportunity to share best practices with their colleagues.

Winners of the Canada's Outstanding Principal Award are expected to commit to the following:
  • Attend and be a fully participating member of the Executive Leadership Training program from Sunday, February 22, 2015 to Thursday, February 26, 2015 in Toronto at the Rotman School of Management.
  • Commit to being an ambassador for The Learning Partnership and for public education. Keep current on new initiatives. Commit to hosting one of The Learning Partnership's student programs in the school or district. Be prepared to make presentations emphasizing the importance of public education, the experience at the Rotman School of Management and the role of principal as community leader.
  • Commit to being involved as an Academy member and accept the responsibility to be an education leader who undertakes a coaching/mentoring relationship with a colleague/colleagues from their own district.

During this one-year program, this unique cadre of education leaders will continue their facilitated online discussions on leadership issues, important to them, and be supported in their community engagement and personal mentoring programs for colleagues in their home school communities. 

As part of the alumni team, this group will become champions of a forum for Canada’s Outstanding Principals™ on education leadership. They will actively collaborate in developing and communicating about issues important to publicly funded education with research support from The Learning Partnership.
 
For more information, contact:

Jon Powell
Canada's Outstanding Principals' Program Manager
416 440 5112