- 96 responses

Leading collaborative innovation

Value
Co-responsibility: Are you Promoting a Shared Commitment?84.04%
 
School's leadership promotes a shared vision and approach to problems and challenges 82.29%
 
I feel part and co-owner (I feel creator) of new ideas and projects that arise81.67%
 
The team of professionals in the School feel a sense of unity and cohesion as a group81.25%
 
I am committed to the School's educational project95%
 
The School establishes mechanisms for community participation (families, community volunteering, service learning...) that help to better achieve the School's objectives86.93%
 
The School establishes communication strategies that contribute to connect with the community77.08%
 
Transversality: Are you Effectively Integrating Diversity?82.58%
 
School's leadership collects evidence of needs from the whole community (teachers, parents, students and other actors) to improve the School action 81.77%
 
School's objectives are carried out by effective interdisciplinary work teams80.89%
 
The School collaborates with organizations from a different sector (public or private) that help to better achieve the School's objectives82.97%
 
The School collaborates with organizations from the same sector (public or private) that help to better achieve the School's objectives83.65%
 
Horizontality: Are you building a flat organization?81.1%
 
My voice and opinions are important in decision-making at my School level84.22%
 
School leaders and coordinators participate in team discussion with equal power when it comes to decision-making80.73%
 
School's leadership promotes and facilitates professionals to lead actions and projects that emerge in the School84.58%
 
In the School, responsibilities to lead actions and projects are shared by a large group of professionals80.73%
 
The School's leadership takes into account the voice of families in order to take important decisions79.38%
 
The School's leadership takes into account the voice of students in order to take important decisions76.98%
 
Collaboration: Are you Nurturing interactions? 85.05%
 
I identify the School as a discussion space where I express my perceptions (also disagreements)86.98%
 
School's leadership mediates differences between professionals by focusing on the positive part of conflict and discussion81.77%
 
School's leadership gives special attention to increasing the quantity and the quality of the connections among the School professionals84.64%
 
Resources shared with other professionals from outside the School help us to improve our practice86.82%
 
The School takes advantage of and uses some of the community's public resources (such as libraries and sport facilities) with educational objectives85.05%
 
Innovation: Are you Promoting Systematic Improvements?62.03%
 
School's leadership develops mechanisms to assess organizational and collaborative efforts84.27%
 
The School facilitates training opportunities that contribute to improve professional's practice and also the School project73.91%
 
Collaborative work between professionals within the School provides me substantial learning89.11%
 
I extend the knowledge learned from others to my own discipline/area91.41%
 
New and creative ideas arising from the School are currently implemented in actions or projects83.65%
 
School's leadership facilitates the exchange of new and creative ideas allocating specific resources (meetings to build and implement new projects, workshops, virtual forums...)19.27%
 
The School develops innovative actions and projects systematically81.72%
 
The School's leadership takes into account the voice of families in the discussion and creation of new ideas and projects18.07%
 
The School's leadership takes into account the voice of students in the discussion and creation of new ideas and projects16.82%
 

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Social Capital Impact