Real-Life Leadership for School Leaders

Real-Life Leadership for
School Leaders

Finally, a leadership training program designed for superintendents, principals, assistant principals, and anyone else in school leadership.  

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An investment in school leadership is an investment in a school's future!

School leaders have unique schedules that demand a unique approach to continuing leadership development. Wolf Prairie provides two creative and effective options designed around the needs of elementary, secondary, and higher-ed school leaders. 

Summer Institute Cohort

Our summer institute program meets twice a month starting in May and ending in July. 

In ten impactful sessions spread over a single summer, you'll experience significant growth in leadership mindset and skill set that you'll immediately implement in your daily personal and professional lives. 

At each four-hour gathering, we cover two real-life, practical leadership modules separated by an interactive networking lunch (provided).
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School Year Cohort

Our school year track is for those school leaders desiring a monthly professional development experience spread out over the course of a single school year.

Beginning in August and ending in May, we address ten essential leadership skills that will grow your effectiveness as a leader. 

At each 90-minute session, we equip you with a real-life leadership skill that you'll immediately put into practice as you provide leadership within your school or district.

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Program Facilitator

Joe Hornback, EdD
Dr. Hornback is an experienced leader with over 20 years of experience in K-12 and higher education. 

A published author, national speaker, and former KU football player Joe has a passion for educational excellence through strong, difference-making leadership.

He has served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Kansas, and  earned a Doctor of Education (EdD) in 2013 with an emphasis in Leadership and Administration. 
Check out Joe's latest book!
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