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Faculty Morale Momentum Loop 101: Unpacking Implementation Essentials For Independent School Executive Forum Partners
Late last year, we debuted our best-practice research on ‘Investing in Faculty Morale: Diagnosing Causes, Prioritizing Threats, and Co-Designing Solutions to Improve Faculty Morale.” Low faculty morale—even during challenging times—isn’t inevitable. EAB has uncovered outlier organizations across industries that dramatically improved employee morale despite challenging circumstances. Their success was not defined by a one-size-fits-all or predetermined set of ideas for morale. Their success shared one common ingredient: all outlier organizations diagnosed the evolving needs of employees and co-developed and adjusted morale improvement solutions in collaboration with employees. EAB has distilled this process into the Faculty Morale Momentum Loop.
These three, thirty-minute sessions will teach schools the implementation tools required to successfully execute each step of the Faculty Morale Momentum Loop. Participants will receive step-by-step guidance on how, when, and who should deploy each resource and how to systemically integrate them into school processes. Resources include the Faculty Morale Diagnostic Questions (Quantitative and Qualitative), Threat Prioritization Matrix, and Morale-Booster Compendium.
Experts associated with this event
Associate Director, Account Management
Daniel is a dedicated advisor working with EAB’s K-12 public school district partners. In this role, Daniel oversees delivery of strategic stewardship, research, and professional services to district superintendents and senior leadership teams. In his prior roles as part of EAB’s K-12 research and strategy teams, he was involved in developing research and resources on principal leadership development, teacher morale, and the Voice of the Superintendent survey. Before joining EAB, Daniel was an account executive for an education market research firm in Alexandria, VA.Read Bio