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Institute For Collaborative Leadership

  • Sioux Falls, SD
  • www.Collaborative-Leaders.org

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Mission Statement

The
Institute for Collaborative Leadership is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to advancing knowledge, skills and effective
practice of collaborative leadership in all sectors through research, training,
advocacy and best practice with particular emphasis on developing productive
collaborations and collaborative leaders for 21st century public education.

Main Programs

  1. Seminars, retreats & Counsel
  2. ED21 Leadership
  3. preK-20Leadership
  4. 21st Century Schools of Education
  5. the 4th-R: Research, Assessment and Instruction

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Service Areas

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National

ICL is a national nonprofit with a DC office.

ruling year

1992

Principal Officer

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Dr. Hank Rubin

Keywords

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leadership, collaboration, partnerships, team-building, collaborative leaders

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EIN

36-3808966

 Number

7338409382

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Management & Technical Assistance (B02)

Research Institutes and/or Public Policy Analysis (S05)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Programs

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Program 1

Seminars, retreats & Counsel

•    Strategic Assessment and Planning of Collaborations (Making
a collaboration work – and figuring out why a collaboration doesn’t
work – is both art and science. With an experienced hand, ICL brings
the science of tools, models and principles to the questions: What’s
likely to work? What is working? What’s not? And Why?)
•    Counsel for leaders and leadership teams (We
will join your brain-trust, helping you plan, assess, and lead
collaborations … strengthening your capacity – and your team’s capacity
– to do collaborative leadership right.)
•    Professional development seminars (Building
a common knowledge, vocabulary, set of skills, vision of the power and
limitations of collaboration, and capacity as collaborative leaders
among your staff or the internal/external members of your
collaborations.)
•    Working Retreat for a New Collaboration
•    Working Retreat: Renewing Existing Collaborations
•    Facilitating strategic planning, deep reflection and professional development.

Category

Population(s) Served

Adults

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Program 2

ED21 Leadership

Nationally and locally, ICL works to establish new dialogues and programs aimed at redefining school-based leadership
to recognize that effective leadership decisions must be made and
influenced by a collaborating assortment of education professionals
distributed across various roles in public schools.

Category

Population(s) Served

Adults

Budget

Program 3

preK-20Leadership

Reshaping the future of public
education will only happen when the combined forces of education’s leaders –
preK-20 – come together to make it happen. Any strategy that
fails to include the full preK-20 continuum will be short-term and will have to be repeated: this is one of the most
undervalued and often-ignored lessons of school reform.

There are
many reasons why preK-20 collaboration is not a prevalent characteristic of
American public education. ICL will work with chief state school officers,
business and labor leaders, superintendents, university presidents, deans and
education faculty to launch and build productive preK-20 partnerships.

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Population(s) Served

Adults

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Program 4

21st Century Schools of Education

ICL provided the leadership that has launched the national dialogue on 21st Century Schools of Education (21CSOE) aimed at helping higher education's leaders transform our schools and colleges of education into teacher education units that do it differently ... preparing preK-12 teachers, counselors and administrators to serve and lead 21st Century Learners.

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Population(s) Served

Adults

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Program 5

the 4th-R: Research, Assessment and Instruction

ICL is a primary contributor to building the 4th R "Relationship Management" with research (Books, Articles, White Papers and Editorials), tools (Complex and Simple Assessment and Planning Tools), and instruction (particularly the design of Schools of Collaborative Excellence).

Category

Population(s) Served

Adults

Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

National

ICL is a national nonprofit with a DC office.

Funding Needs

1. Local sponsors to support seminars and retreats aimed at convening, training, and facilitating local leaders' efforts to build and/or strengthen local collaborations (e.g., school/community partnerships, statewide PreK-20 Partnerships, district collaborations, etc.) For example, a donation in the range of $15,000 will sponsor a 2-day retreat involving local education, business and community leaders in designing and launching (or evaluating and strengthening) a coalition or partnership initiative. 2. Each ICL program area is grant-driven. ICL's capacity to provide independent leadership to the development of 21st Century Schools of Education is a priority funding need.

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Institute For Collaborative Leadership

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Dr. Hank Rubin

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Hank Rubin

ICL

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