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Stage Four: Performing
School leadership teams in the Performing stage know how to run their teacher-powered school. Team members are motivated to achieve goals set by the team, and they operate competently within established structures. In this stage, teams will learn how to recognize when change is necessary to ensure continued success and avoid cultural upheaval during organizational changes.
Performing stage steps include:
On-boarding new team members, establishing leader roles, and working toward improvement and change without suffering cultural upheaval.
Resources to prepare for transitions.
Ensuring your team and school are emulating the characteristics of high-performing organizations and that students are learning well.