CENTER FOR ANTHROPOSOPHY OFFERS A LOW-RESIDENCY PROGRAM FOR WALDORF ADMINISTRATORS AND SCHOOL LEADERS
CULTIVATE YOUR CAPACITY TO SERVE IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
Low-residency Educational Leadership Program
This highly-regarded program is designed to support independent and public Waldorf school administrators, staff, trustees, and pedagogical leaders to develop, expand, and deepen leadership skills. With a blend of face-to-face and online professional development and training, attendees build skills, capacities, and understanding of their vital roles in Waldorf schools.
What You’ll Experience
The program includes workshops, guided exercises, case studies, mentoring, and presentations in areas such as group dynamics, role clarity, communication, conflict resolution, navigating change efforts, strategic vs. tactical decision making, community development, and collaborative leadership among other topics brought by a stellar line-up of guest presenters.
This course is open to:
- Newly hired school administrators and administrative staff in admissions, HR, business, development, marketing, and more
- Experienced administrators seeking renewal and further professional development
- Graduates of CfA’s “Explorations” program who wish to focus on Waldorf administration and leadership
- Pedagogical leaders: school directors, faculty chairs, college chairs, section chairs, principals (public Waldorf), and committee chairs
- Trustees seeking greater collaboration among school decision-making groups
- Lead parents who wish to serve their school in present or future leadership roles
Option A: Waldorf Leadership Development Seminars + Explorations Online
March 2023 — April 2024
This option is primarily intended for educators in the early stages of their teaching or leadership careers. Participants will gain a wider and more in-depth understanding of the role of Anthroposophy and the arts in Waldorf Pedagogy.
Option B: Waldorf Leadership Development Seminars ONLY
May 2023 – April 2024
This option is intended for experienced educators and/or administrators as well as Explorations and Waldorf Teacher Education Program graduates.