Sample Leadership Agenda Format
[A leadership agenda is a representation or a documentation of a leader’s style of leadership. The objective of writing a leadership agenda is to ensure that the item listings which are created for a specific leadership meeting flow smoothly and without difficulties.]
Points to consider while drafting Leadership Agendas –
- Prepare the leadership agenda in a formal language.
- Consider the people who can benefit from the leadership agenda.
- Identify whether the agenda will be used in a program for leader attendees of all types or just leader trainees.
- Identify whether the agenda will be used for a complete team or a group of different entities.
Example of Leadership Agenda –
Meeting Agenda [Time of The Meeting]
[Dates When The Meeting Will Be Held]
[Location of the Meeting]
Topic: Teacher Leader Team Meeting (meeting Type)
[Attendees: Teacher Leader Teams]
Objectives of the Meeting.
A) reflect on their leadership roles and plan for the oncoming year.
B) apply facilitation, questioning and decision-making strategies which can facilitate adult learning and structure conversations that are meaningful and drive improvements in the subject of teaching and learning.
C) review QSP [quality school plan] to assess the progress of the implementation and the impact on student learning.
4 PM to 4:20 PM — welcome and introduction for 20 minutes
4:20 PM to 5 PM — session 1 option A — team functioning.
Session 1 option B — meeting facilitation.
Participants are advised to select one of the two options for themselves.
5 PM to 5:05 PM — transition
5:05 PM to 5:45 PM session 2 – QSP [quality school plan progress check]
implementation and impact.
5:45 PM to 6 PM — debrief.
Another Example of Leadership Agenda –
[From UCF Development Center For Strategic Leadership]
[Location: UCF Executive Development Center Auditorium]
Agenda for [Day, And Date Of the Leadership Training]
- 7:45 AM To 8:30 AM — Registration And Breakfast
- 8:30 AM to 9 AM — introductions.
- 9 AM to 9:30 AM — Day one agenda and overview of the leadership.
- 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM — your individual leadership behavioral style –DISC
- 10:15 AM to 10:30 AM – break and refreshments
- 10:30 AM to 10:45 AM — framework of leadership development – VA E
- 10:45 AM to 11:45 AM — vision – how can leaders create and sustain direction.
- 11:45 AM to 12:30 PM — luncheon.
- 12:30 PM to 1:15 PM — alignment – how can leaders align key resources.
- 1:15 PM to 2 PM — execution – how can leaders get things done.
- 2 PM to 2:15 PM — break and refreshments.
- 2:15 PM to 2:30 PM — VA E summary
- 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM — break and leadership case
- 4:30 PM to 5 PM — day one summary of the leadership training.
[Note: When the leadership agenda is created with a sense of purpose and an objective, the results will be beneficial not just for the individual undergoing the training but also for the organization.]