In this training, you will learn how school leaders can use a trauma-informed, resilience-oriented approach to navigate crises that occur in schools. You will grow your understanding of what it means to be a school leader and gain strategies to monitor and adapt during crises while maintaining a trauma-informed, resilience-oriented lens.
This course consists of three modules. The first module focuses on defining trauma-informed leadership, the second discusses the rapid-cycle adaptive change, and the third discusses how leaders can apply trauma-informed principles and rapid-cycle adaptive change management in a crisis situation.
- Explain the difference between leadership and management
- Identify the leadership components related to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's trauma-informed care principles
- Discuss the necessary components to develop a supportive environment
- Identify the leadership skills necessary for rapid-cycle adaptive change
- Recognize methods of rapid-cycle change management
- Improve staff and student engagement and outcomes through rapid-cycle change management
- Recognize the impact anxiety has on general functioning on staff in a crisis
- Identify two leadership interventions you can implement to manage the impact of anxiety on your staff
- Learn how to set up daily routines to help lead during a crisis situation.
This training is offered through the Bureau of Justice Assistance-supported National Center for School Safety.