Growing New Leaders, AI and Observe with Jean Desravines


On this participating episode, Mike Palmer talks with Jean Desravines, CEO of New Leaders, about creating consultant management in K12 colleges. Jean shares his highly effective origin story of how schooling and mentorship saved his life, permitting him to flee a dire path. We learn the way New Leaders identifies and develops the following technology of transformative faculty leaders, with a deal with leaders of colour.

Jean offers fascinating insights into what makes an efficient faculty chief, likening the function to a CEO managing stakeholders, budgets, expertise, instruction and tradition. He emphasizes the crucial significance of illustration, explaining how academics of colour profit all college students and improve trainer retention. After a couple of riffs on Allen Iverson (AI), we hear about New Leaders’ modern use of know-how like video suggestions (just like sports activities) to hone management expertise by means of deliberate follow. Jean discusses know-how’s function in enabling customized studying whereas underscoring schooling as an inherently human endeavor requiring social-emotional expertise.

The dialog covers thought-provoking subjects round getting ready college students for future careers, enhancing evaluation, and leveraging partnerships with organizations locally just like the work New Leaders is doing with HBCUs and Boeing. Tune in for Jean’s inspiring perspective on driving influence and illustration at scale by means of efficient management growth.

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Episode References



Morehouse Faculty. (2022, March 9). Morehouse Faculty and New Leaders Create First-of-its-kind Partnership to Enhance Variety of Faculty Principals of Colour. https://information.morehouse.edu/inside-morehouse/morehouse-college-and-new-leaders-create-first-of-its-kind-partnership-to-increase-number-of-school-principals-of-color



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