Born To Lead (BTL)

What does leadership mean to you personally? Are you a leader? 
The term teacher leadership refers to that set of skills demonstrated by teachers who continue to teach students but also have an influence that extends beyond their own classrooms to others within their own school and elsewhere. 

An important characteristic of a teacher leader is expertise and skill in engaging others in complex work. It also entails an unwavering passion for the core mission of the school and the courage to confront obstacles to achieving that mission.~ Charlotte Danielson

Born To Lead (BTL) a Professional Learning Program (PLP) is an extended and profound learning experience that immerses members in a model of inquiry and problem-­based learning.

Who is a leader?

  • Someone who takes charge and has the authority to affect change.
  • Someone who enables leadership among those being led (peers, students, management).
“The real role of leadership in education is not and should not be command and control. The real role of leadership is climate control, creating a climate of possibility.” 
- Sir Ken Robinson

What do we mean by The Courage to Teach?


What do you think would be the challenges you would face? Why?
Our One-day Workshop helps the teachers find the leader within, they work in groups to understand their role, their responsibility in leading the lives of students and their role as harbingers of change.

RP Devgan and Sandeep Dutt are the Value Creators for the Program; they have set up the most beautiful association of professional learners who work together to help build the first of its kind professional learning association in India. Curated by Shivranjana Rathore and adapted by Learning Forward India Academy for their Staff Leadership Development initiative.

How do I sign up?
The Born To Lead Program costs Rupees 1100.00 only, post the 90-minute online session the teachers are assigned Group Work and have to submit Blog Posts.

Use the link to Register: https://pages.razorpay.com/pl_EFPo9acTpd1sVy/view


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