Hardwiring: Shifting the Mindset & Skillset to Improve Results
Improvement at scale in public organizations is beyond fragile. We know education and public sector performance are critical to community and industry outcomes, but they have been tough to shift at scale. State accountability systems are not improvement systems. Improvers know improvement requires a mindset and a skillset.
Learn how Pat Greco, Ph.D. and her team shifted an underperforming school system to high performing by building individual and collective capacity to improve. From the classroom to the boardroom, her team centered on building the mindset and skillset to improve. A decade later, this district still is a national leader, sustaining performance through leadership transitions. Learning how to hardwire improvement is key to the improvement journey. Pat attributes her learning to cross-industry improvers who demonstrate that leadership is a behavior, not a title, systems matters, execution=results, and people first.
She is proud to have served children, staff, and communities for 38 years in public education. She now is the senior director of thought leadership at Studer Education, which is changing outcomes at scale in K-12 schools, community colleges, and municipal governments.