Brandman University's Doctorate in Education, Organizational Leadership
The Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership develops visionary leaders who are creative agents of change in transforming their diverse organizations through:
- Positive influence
- Strategic thinking
- Commitment to lifelong learning
Transforming Stakeholder Acceptance into Deep Agreement
There’s a big difference in stakeholders accepting a course of action versus agreeing wholeheartedly. Acceptance suggests a tolerance that may be... [more]
Getting to a Wholehearted Yes Moving from Buy-in to Ownership
Wholehearted agreement means moving stakeholders beyond buy-in for the decision-making process. Buy-in suggests a temporary or passive interest that fades... [more]
Assessing English Language Learners for Special Education: Legal...
The Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) mandates nondiscriminatory assessment practices for children of culturally and linguistically... [more]
School Leadership and Inclusion
School Leadership and Inclusion: How to Successfully Support the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities to the General Education Classroom The... [more]
Negotiators' Summit 2014
The 2014 Negotiators' Summit was held at the end of June in Palm Springs at the beautiful Renaissance Hotel. Hundreds of participants came together to... [more]
Being a Woman Leader in the 21st Century
What does it take to be a leader in the 21st century? How do women help support each other in these roles? Watch this video to hear it from today's leaders... [more]
Preparing for and Negotiating with the Retirement System Changes ...
SSDA, ACSA and Lozano Smith conduct a workshop focusing on the myriad of changes occurring with the California State Teachers’ Retirement System.
ACSAtv is a brand-new offering from ACSA, The Association of California School Administrators. This ongoing video series offers members informational,... [more]