November 4th, 2020
You know the challenges that come with leadership. Leading teams can be difficult and leading teams during times of change or crisis can feel overwhelming. Research informs us that maintaining a culture of resilience is an important component of preventing compassion fatigue and secondary stress that can lead to burnout. The science of resilience helps us to understand what skills, behaviors and attitudes are essential to navigate challenges and lead in ways that help our teams “bounce back” and move forward. Join Nefertiti Poyner, Ed.D. and Rachel Wagner, MSW, specialists from the Devereux Center for Resilient Children, as they introduce reflective tools and strategies that administrators can use to foster resilient schools, resilient staff and ultimately, resilient children.