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Leadership Initiative Events

Throughout the year, a variety of events are offered to the membership to encourage networking, collaborations and learning experiences among peers. We offer a Speaker Series, Leadership Panel Discussions and a myriad of workshops to inspire considerations on leadership in early childhood education.

Upcoming events on this page are limited to our publicly advertised events. Member-only events such as Networking events and Book Group discussions will only appear in the "Past Events" section.

Upcoming Events

Past Events

Introduction to the Revised Early Learning Guidelines- for Leaders

The Institute is hosting a professional development offering: Introduction to the Revised New York State Early Learning Guidelines: A Child Development Resource for Educators of Children Ages Birth Through Eight. These sessions are designed specifically for Directors and other leaders of early childhood programs. This professional development session will provide an overview of the shifts within this new and improved version of the New York State Early Learning Guidelines. A specific focus will be provided on utilizing this resource as a leader in your program and supporting its use among your staff. 

Choose one of the session dates and times that works for you. 

Sessions Available Between Monday, July 19th 2021 and Tuesday, August 31st 2021

Making Impact: Strengthen Your Voice, Your Message, and Your Story-telling

Join us for this special two-part Leadership Speaker Series event, featuring Abby Thorman.

"Making Impact: Strengthen Your Voice, Your Message, and Your Story-telling"

As professionals and leaders we have responsibility to use our experience and knowledge to inform and influence others about appropriate practices and the needs of the early childhood field (Core Body of Knowledge 6.6).
Abby will explore and help attendees understand the skills and components of effective storytelling for early childhood advocacy. Part 1 on May 26th will cover crafting effective messages, using those messages for advocacy, and strategies to achieve power in numbers. Join us again on June 3rd in an interactive session with Abby to hone those message-making skills with opportunities for feedback and strategizing.

Sessions Available
Wednesday, May 26th | 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Thursday, June 3rd | 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Registration Closed

Ready or Not: Early Care and Education's Leadership Choices- 12 Years Later

We invite you to our next virtual Book Group discussion featuring "Ready or Not: Early Care and Education's Leadership Choices-12 Years Later" by Stacie G. Goffin and Valora Washington.  

"Authors, Goffin and Washington, examine the major issues that must still be addressed if children are to be given more and better opportunities. This second edition will help everyone whose work impacts ECE workforce to deepen their commitment to adaptive systems work and to develop the leadership capacity needed to become change agents."

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Sessions Available
Tuesday, May 25th | 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday, June 8th | 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Registration Closed

Advancing Equity in Early Childhood: Putting your Equity Stance into Practice

This virtual Leadership Panel Discussion is hosted by the WesternNY and Long Island regional Leadership Initiatives. Come learn from a moderated panel of early childhood professionals and leaders about their work to create equitable environments for children in early childhood settings. This panel will allow participants to dive into what it means to truly have an equity stance. Participants will be encouraged to set a goal to work towards advancing equity in early childhood education.

Read about our panelists and moderator HERE

Join us for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion! 

Thursday, April 29th 2021

Registration Closed

A New Administration for Early Childhood: Key Players, Policies and Opportunities

The NY Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is proud to present a Leadership Speaker Series event in our 2021 series. This event is co-hosted virtually by the NYC, Western NY, and Long Island regional Leadership Initiative chapters. Grace Reef, President of Early Learning Policy, will explore and help attendees to consider what is on the horizon for early childhood education with the new federal administration. Who are the key players? How will priorities shift with this new leadership and in response to COVID? What are the opportunities for change, innovation, and advocacy? What can you do as leaders in early childhood education?

Thursday, March 25th 2021

Registration Closed

The Work by Wes Moore

Join our next virtual Book Group discussion featuring "The Work: Searching for a Life That Matters" by Wes Moore. We will be providing those who register with a copy of the book. Upon registration we will contact you to obtain your mailing address to send you the book.

Sessions Available
Tuesday, February 23rd | 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday, March 9th | 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Registration Closed

Virtual Leadership Panel Discussion "Exploring Leadership Pathways: Voices from our Field"

These panel events focus on a different aspect of leadership in Early Childhood Education and feature moderated panel discussions with a diverse group of professionals. This event is co-hosted virtually by the Early Childhood Career Development Centers and Leadership Initiatives of the NY Early Childhood Professional Development InstituteThis virtual panel, “Exploring Leadership Pathways: Voices from our Field," highlighted unique early childhood leadership roles for those considering opportunities outside of programs/schools. Our panelists represented a NYS Credentialed Coach, Early Childhood Career Advisor, a Quality Improvement Specialist, and a Professor of Early Childhood and Teacher Education Programs. They shared their career pathways, how their role has an impact on the field, and the skills, credentials, and dispositions that have helped them to be successful in their respective positions. 

Thursday, January 28th 2021

Registration Closed

2021 Biweekly Networking Meeting

Register now for September and October Meetings!
9/8, 9/22, 10/6, 10/20
Register for the series. Meetings are every other week on Wednesdays: first meeting of the month at 1pm-2pm (*new time!) and second meeting of the month at 5pm-6pm
Attend how often and whenever you can.

Sessions Available Between Wednesday, January 6th 2021 and Wednesday, October 20th 2021

Introduction to the Early Learning Guidelines

Monday, December 21st 2020

Registration Closed

CPAC Info Session

Friday, December 18th 2020

Registration Closed

Introduction to the Early Learning Guidelines

Friday, December 11th 2020

Registration Closed

Introduction to the Early Learning Guidelines

Wednesday, December 9th 2020

Registration Closed

How Full Is Your Bucket Book Group

Sessions Available
Tuesday, December 8th | 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday, December 15th | 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Registration Closed

Virtual Film Screening and Discussion “Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope"

The NY Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is proud to present a film screening and discussion, featuring the film "Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope."  The event will include a screening of the film followed by a interactive discussion with Tim Hathaway, Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse New York. This event is co-hosted by the regional Leadership Initiatives of New York CityWestern NY, and Long Island. The event will be hosted live over Zoom.

 

Wednesday, November 18th 2020

Registration Closed

Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators

A professional learning community of early childhood leaders interested in reflecting on and learning about cultivating resilience in themselves and others. This learning community features the book Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators by Elena Aguilar.

November 2020-November 2021
Registration is currently closed.

Sessions Available Between Thursday, November 12th 2020 and Thursday, November 11th 2021

Virtual Panel Discussion "Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Developing a Trauma-Informed Approach to Your Leadership"

This virtual panel will present diverse perspectives on developing a trauma-informed lens in leading your early childhood program and supporting your program staff.  We will learn from the experiences and perspectives of a trauma systems therapy trainer, Early Childhood program director, social worker and behavioral specialist, and an assistant professor in human development and education. Our panelists will also share their career pathways and what has led them to this work. Attendees will walk away with important considerations and strategies for leadership, program culture, trauma-informed care, and resiliency in caring for staff, children and families.

Tuesday, September 29th 2020

Registration Closed
Survive to Thrive Webinar, September 23rd

Survive to Thrive Chapter 9: Enrollment

Wednesday, September 23rd 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed
Survive to Thrive Webinar, August 12th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 8: Working with Families

Wednesday, August 12th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Lessons in Leadership, Race, and Gender: An Interview with Melodie Baker

In an interview moderated by Sherry Cleary, University Dean of Early Childhood Initiatives and Executive Director of the New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute, Melodie Baker will share her experience as a black female education leader and advocate.  She will share her factors to success, navigating challenges, and balancing family and work.

Melodie Baker has spent her career working to advance education opportunities for disadvantaged students. Prior to joining Just Equations she was the director of education at United Way of Buffalo and Erie County. Melodie Chairs and Co-Chairs various national, state and local coalitions including, Erie Niagara Birth-8, Raising New York, and The Coalition for Community Schools. In 2014, she co-founded the first inquiry-based school in Western New York, The Charter School of Inquiry to build on an early learning program she implemented earlier in her career as assistant director for a Head Start.  Her work in education has led to several noteworthy appointments such as being selected to serve on Governor Cuomo’s Reimagining Education Advisory Council and leading the research and evaluation for Rockefeller Institute of Government’s First 1000 Day’s on Medicaid initiative headed by the New York State Department of Health. In 2019, Baker was the first African American to run for the Democratic nomination in New York’s 27th Congressional District.

Tuesday, August 4th 2020

Registration Closed

Reopening Q&A Discussion Group

Tuesday, July 21st 2020

Registration Closed
Survive to Thrive Webinar, July 15th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 7: Staffing

Wednesday, July 15th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Cultivating Emotional Resilience

Elena Aguilar will explore high leverage strategies that anyone can use to build their resilience, as well as the resilience of others. Attendees will understand how to use these strategies and why they are so effective, particularly in times of crisis and change. 

Elena Aguilar is the Founder and President of Bright Morning Consulting. She has trained trained thousands of educators in transformational coaching. Elena’s expertise derives from twenty five years as a classroom teacher, instructional coach and leadership coach working in diverse school environments. She is the author of four highly acclaimed books: The Art of Coaching, (2013) and The Art of Coaching Teams, (2016) Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators (2018) and the Onward Workbook (2018), and the forthcoming Coaching for Equity (August 2020). She is a regular contributor to Edutopia and ASCD’s Educational Leadership, and she was a blogger for EdWeek Teacher for many years.
 

Monday, June 29th 2020

Registration Closed

Podcast Discussion: Unlocking Us Podcast by Brene Brown

Our Podcast Discussion.

Here's the link to the podcast!

Brene Brown’s Unlocking Us: https://brenebrown.com/unlockingus/

Sessions Available
Monday, June 15th | 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Tuesday, June 23rd | 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Thursday, July 23rd | 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Survive to Thrive Webinar, June 10th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 6: Observation, Assessment, and Documentation

Wednesday, June 10th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Virtual Dine & Discuss "Leadership During a Time of Crisis"

This virtual panel, “Leadership During a Time of Crisis”, moderated by Sherry Cleary, Executive Director of the NY Early Childhood Professional Development Institute, will focus on the many qualities and considerations for effective leadership in a time of crisis. We will learn from the experiences and perspectives of a former CEO of a social service non-profit, a licensed child development mental health expert and play therapist, a social worker and FEMA crisis master trainer, and an executive director of a child care program. Attendees will walk away with important considerations and strategies for leadership, trauma-informed care, building resiliency, crisis management and coping, and planning for change. 

 

 
 

 

Thursday, May 28th 2020

Registration Closed

Bilingual Early Childhood Professional Learning Community

Thursday, May 21st 2020

Bilingual Early Childhood Professional Learning Community

Sessions Available Between Thursday, May 21st 2020 and Thursday, November 5th 2020

Survive to Thrive Webinar, May 6th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 5: Program Curriculum

Wednesday, May 6th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Weekly Networking Meeting

The Leadership Initiative is holding weekly Virtual Network meetings every Wednesday at 4 pm for the foreseeable future

Sessions Available Between Wednesday, April 29th 2020 and Wednesday, October 28th 2020

Weekly Network Meeting

Wednesday, April 22nd 2020

Survive to Thrive Webinar, April 8th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 4: Budget and Finances

Wednesday, April 8th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Learning Community

Join us for a 3-part Learning Community to dig deeper into exploring our individual and collective roles in advancing equity in early childhood. Facilitated by Fela Barclift and Wendy Cole, two of our panelists from our December Dine & Discuss event.

We ask that you commit to attending all three dates. 

Sessions Available
Wednesday, March 25th | 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday, April 22nd | 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday, May 27th | 5:30pm - 7:30pm

NY Early Childhood Professional Development Institute CUNY
16 Court Street
Brooklyn,NY 11241

Registration Closed
Survive to Thrive Webinar, March 11th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 3: Achieving and Maintaining Program Quality

Wednesday, March 11th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Unconscious Bias in Schools: A Developmental Approach to Exploring Race and Racism by Tracey A. Benson and Sarah E. Fiarman

Join us for a discussion of the book:

Unconscious Bias in Schools: A Developmental Approach to Exploring Race and Racism
by Tracey A. Benson and Sarah E. Fiarman

Sessions Available
Monday, February 24th | 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Monday, March 9th | 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Survive to Thrive Webinar, February 5th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 2: Program Context and Culture

Wednesday, February 5th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed
Survive to Thrive Webinar, January 8th

Survive to Thrive Chapter 1: What Does It Mean to Be a Director?

Wednesday, January 8th 2020, 2:00pm

Read more about our Survive to Thrive Series

Registration Closed

Advancing Equity in Early Childhood: Who is leading and toward what?

At this Dine and Discuss, we will hear from a moderated panel of early childhood professionals  and leaders about their work to create equitable environments for children in early childhood settings. Participants will be encouraged to set a goal to work towards advancing equity in early childhood education.

Join us for a light dinner, great speakers, and networking

Thursday, December 5th 2019

CUNY SPS
119 W 31st Street
New York,NY 10001

Registration Closed

Lead from the Outside by Stacey Abrams (2nd group)

Sessions Available
Monday, November 4th | 12:00am - 12:00am
Monday, November 18th | 12:00am - 12:00am

Self Care for Early Childhood Leaders

This session is desgined to start the school year off right. Join us for an evening with self-care professionals and learn ways to nurture your physical, emotional, and mental health.

Join us for a light dinner, great speakers, and networking

Wednesday, September 18th 2019

CUNY Graduate Center

Manhattan,NY

Registration Closed

Lead from the Outside by Stacey Abrams (1st group)

Sessions Available
Monday, September 9th | 12:00am - 12:00am
Monday, October 7th | 12:00am - 12:00am

The Art of Possibility by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander

Sessions Available
Monday, July 15th | 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Monday, July 29th | 12:00am - 12:00am

Transitioning from Public to Private and Private to Public Sector Positions

Join us for an evening with leaders from the Brooklyn Kindergarten Society, NYC Department of Education, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and NY Early Childhood Professional Development Institute. Each leader will discuss the transition from the private, not-for-profit sector to working for public agencies or vice versa.

Join us for a light dinner, great speakers, and networking!

Thursday, May 9th 2019

CUNY School of Professional Studies
119 W 31st Street,NY 10001

Registration Closed

New Ways of Thinking for Early Childhood Leaders: What Behavioral Science Can Teach Us

The NYC Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is proud to present the 2018-19 Leadership Speaker Series' Winter event.

Anthony Barrows
Managing Director, ideas42
Come hear what behavioral science is and how it works, and more importantly, learn effective ways to encourage colleagues, staff, and families to turn their best intentions into action.

Friday, February 22nd 2019

CUNY Graduate Center
365 5th Avenue
Room: Skylight Room
New York,NY 10001

Registration Closed

The Future of NYC's Early Childhood Agenda: Implications for Leadership

The Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is proud to present the next event in our Dine and Discuss Series. Each session focuses on a different aspect of leadership in Early Childhood Education and features a moderated panel discussion with a diverse group of professionals. Join us for an evening with leaders from the NYC Department of Education, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and Administration for Children's Services. Each city agency will share their vision and mission for early childhood education and its leadership.

Tuesday, October 23rd 2018


New York,NY

Registration Closed

John King: The Equity Imperative in Early Childhood Education

The NYC Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is proud to present the 2018-19 Leadership Speaker Series' Fall event.

John King
President and CEO
Education Trust
(Past United States Secretary of Education)

Wednesday, September 26th 2018


Manhattan,NY

Registration Closed

Graceful Leadership by Ann Terrell

Sessions Available
Wednesday, August 15th | 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Wednesday, October 3rd | 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Registration Closed

Transformation in the Context of Transition

The Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is proud to present the next event in our Dine and Discuss Series. Join us for an evening thinking about "Transformation in the Context of Transition" as our Dine and Discuss panel will speak to the courage and grace it takes to assess our careers, face change and transform our lives.

Wednesday, June 27th 2018


New York,NY

Registration Closed

Leadership Speaker Series: Ann McClain Terrell

Join us for a conversation with Ann McClain Terrell, Executive Director of the Milwaukee Public Schools Foundation and author of Graceful Leadership in Early Childhood Education

Monday, April 30th 2018

CUNY Graduate Center
365 5th Avenue
Room: Skylight Room
New York,NY 10016

Registration Closed

Pathways to Leadership

This session features local early childhood leaders speaking about their own pathway          

Tuesday, February 13th 2018

Teach for America - NY
25 Broadway
Room: 12th Floor
New York,NY 10004

Registration Closed

Leadership Speaker Series: Anne Douglass

The Early Childhood Leadership Initiative is launching its Leadership Speaker Series. The series is designed for individuals in leadership and policy-making roles wherever children are served. Join us for our inaugural speaker, Join us for a conversation with Anne Douglass, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Executive Director at the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation at the University of Massachusetts Boston and the author of Leading for Change in Early Care and Education: Cultivating Leadership from Within.

Wednesday, January 24th 2018

CUNY Graduate Center
365 5th Avenue
Room: Skylight Room
New York,NY 10016

Registration Closed

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About Goals

Your goals describe specific areas that you are working on (or plan to work on) to improve or maintain the quality of your program. Goals connect your quality improvement work to the QUALITY standards and your rating and allow you to schedule and prioritize chunks of work in your progranm. Goals group together and organize related action items (tasks) and provide a narrative framework to keep you, your program, your QIM and Central Office on the same page.

Goal Scope and Scale

You have a lot of flexibility in developing QI Goals, but some rules of thumb help keep Goals useful, readable, and manageable:

  • Time: A Goal should be achievable roughly within a rating cycle, If you are struggling to put even an estimated end date on a Goal, it may be too broad. Ideally, several Goals will fit (with some overlap) within a rating cycle.
  • Standards: A Goal should roughly fit within a standard subcategory. This is flexible, of course, but if your Goal is spanning multiple standard categories, it may be too broad.
  • A Goal may be too small if it can be accomplished in one or two small steps.
  • A Goal may be too broad if you can't define concisely how you will know when it is complete.
Goal Label

The goal label is simply a brief title that allows you to distinguish this goal from others in a list or report. The more robust description of the Goal comes in the Goal statement below.

Think of it like naming a file on your computer so that later you can recognize it. This label will appear on your goal as a "title" along with your Goal statement, as well as being the identifier in drop-down or selection lists for viewing/using Goals.

Goal Statement

What is your goal?

Goal Rationale / Inspiration

Where did this goal come from? What in your rating and/or conversations about the program led to the development of this Goal? Why is this particular area of quality improvement a priority?

Quality Impact

How will the quality of the program improve? What will be different about the way the program works, looks and feels? How will children, families, the director and staff experience the program differently?

Goal Activity Summary

Summarize / brainstorm the actions you think you'll need to take to accomplish this goal. You'll be defining specific action items as you go, but record the big picture here. What practices will need to change? Who will need to be involved? What will need to be purchased? What training/coaching will be needed?

Goal Existing Resources

What existing strengths and resources will help this goal be successful?

Goal Barriers

What factors, events or concerns might prevent you from accomplishing this goal? If you've attempted to make these changes in the past, what barriers arose and prevented you from following through? What resources or information could help you overcome these barriers and accomplish this goal?

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