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by Suzanne Dalton

The COSA Mentor Certification Training program is done in collaboration with the Leadership Innovations Team and provides participants with leadership coaching skills to accelerate performance and maximize the effectiveness of school leaders. By providing training in a practical, applicable, step-by-step process, the COSA Mentor Certification Training empowers participants with skills and strategies that can be used immediately in coaching conversations to promote growth and improve performance.

The four-day program supports mentors by building skills and knowledge around Oregon's six Administrative Standards - Visionary Leadership, Instructional Leadership, Effective Management, Inclusive Practice, Ethical Leadership and Socio-political Context.

During the training, COSA mentors learn to use data to identify goals that will have the greatest positive impact on leadership development. They will learn how to support principals in the process of designing and following through with specific action plans aligned to the standards, providing clear purpose and direction with a scaffolded pathway to successful leadership behaviors.

For more information about the COSA Mentor Certification Training program, please contact Suzanne Dalton or Colin Cameron.
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