05/19/2022 | 7:45 am - 9:00 am
Ted Neitzke, CESA 6
Committing to excellence starts with micro-processes that support leadership — those that improve performance of leaders as individuals and those that improve the performance of the leadership system.
The Performance Excellence Network — in partnership with the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence — is pleased to host an online webinar discussion on Thursday, May 19: “Tools to Improve Leadership.” We are excited to feature Ted Neitzke, CEO and Agency Administrator of CESA 6, a non-profit, member-driven cooperative educational service agency serving 39 school districts in central Wisconsin.
Ted will share a few tools to help you help yourself and your team become better leaders, improve your resilience, and better balance professional and personal priorities. In today’s world, leaders have an increasingly critical role in creating the potential for high performance. Come explore ways to improve your leadership and your organization’s outcomes.
This session is Thursday, May 19 from 8:00-9:00 CT (optional networking and mingling 7:45-8:00) using Zoom MEETING. Grab your coffee and breakfast, and join us for a rich discussion. Free for PEN/WCPE members; $20 for non-members.
Can’t make it live but interested in the content? Register anyway: all registered attendees get a link to the recording after the session!
Ten minutes with Ted, and you will be energized by his optimism and passion for leadership. You will also have an understanding of why the people who know him the best say that he is “contagiously energetic, insanely curious, service orientated, and passionate about the young people of our world.”
Ted is a motivational keynote speaker who has presented to thousands of educators around the country. He demonstrates the power every individual carries to influence other people through optimism and cognizant leadership. Ted has been a teacher, Principal and Superintendent. Ted is also the host and creator of “The Smart Thinking Podcast,” which is dedicated to supporting leadership in the classroom, the boardroom, and in life by sparking reflection, action, collaboration, and empathy. He currently serves as the CEO of CESA 6.Map Unavailable