2015 NEA National Leadership Summit

NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia during her "EdTalk" discusses the advent of public education. She also encourages 1,400 educators to support leadership within the profession.

 

Explore the NEA Leadership Competency Framework

This program has been designed to introduce you to the NEA Leadership Competency Framework.  Following an introductory module that explains how the Framework was developed and what it means to you as a leader, the program is organized by competency.

• Advocacy

• Business

• Communication

• Governance and Leadership

• Leading Our Professions

• Organizing

You can complete the program by going sequentially through each module or skip to different competency modules according to your interest.  We do encourage you to complete all the modules including the summary module so that you get a full picture of the competency ingredients of an NEA Leader.

  

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The Core Competencies

Advocacy

Advocacy

Advances the cause of public education thru social justice and how it benefits our students and members' professional needs and rights.

Business

Business

Builds the brand and accomplishes the goals of the association through effective financial management and understanding of fiduciary responsibilities.

Communication

Communication

Builds an integrated communications strategy that drives the goals of our professions.

Governance and Leadership

Governance and Leadership

Establishes and executes strategy for the organization that empowers, motivates, and fosters a pipeline of talent for the future.

Leading Our Professions

Leading Our Professions

Advocates for quality inside our professions and promotes our union's role in advancing education transformation and student learning.

Organizing

Organizing

Mobilizes to influence successful organizing outcomes, strengthen internal and external relationships, and membership capacity; as well as recruit and identify new members and potential leaders into the association.