School Psychology: Leadership in Action
2.5 hours running time
The purpose of this workshop is to provide information regarding effective leadership and advocacy. Following a brief overview of major leadership models, the presentation will focus on how school psychologists can use many of their existing skills and knowledge to become effective leaders in schools, districts and at state or national levels.
Leslie Z. Paige, Ed.S. is the 2019-20 President of the National Association of School Psychologists. She has worked as a practitioner, graduate educator, project director and university administrator. Leslie has held many positions in the National Association of School Psychologists leadership, including treasurer and secretary. She has chaired and co-chaired numerous committees, including awards, leadership development, ethics, professional development, and publications and has been a member of two strategic planning committees. Leslie is also a past president of the Kansas Association of School Psychologists. She was the NASP School Psychologist of the Year in 1996 and the Kansas School Psychologist of the Year in 1994. She has received three NASP Presidential Awards and was also recognized with the Fort Hays State University Alumni Achievement Award in 1996. Her current focus is on developing leadership and advocacy skills for school psychologists.
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