Results-Based Facilitation

Results-Based Facilitation
The Office of Community Schools knows it is crucial that school leader learn how to use data to understand students’ individual needs and population level trends in their schools.

School leaders use neutral facilitation strategies to guide their teams toward identifying solutions that they are invested in and believe will promote positive change. Rolling agendas and systems-level assessments help teams think about the root causes behind the data points they want to improve and plan strategies accordingly.




School leaders develop a toolbox of leadership skills to foster reflection and manage adaptive change. 



School leaders use an iterative four-step problem-solving process called Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) to ensure continual improvement. PDSA helps schools evaluate interventions, reveal patterns and trends, and identify performance measures.