School Counseling Leadership: A Framework for Systemic Change
Influencing others to behave in ways they would not otherwise do could be argued as a resultant of leadership. Leadership as a trait and function manifests through a wide array of possibilities. Further, the process of developing leadership is similarly diverse. The presentation provides attendees an opportunity to consider and discuss their perspectives about leadership and the development of leaders against the presenters’ framework on understanding and developing leaders among counselor educators and supervisors.
About Zachary Pietrantoni:
Zachary is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator at California State University, East Bay. He trains school counselors as systemic change agents and consults with schools to enhance school counseling services. Zachary's research interests relate to leadership, multicultural training strategies, and training students to use evidence-based practices in schools.