Enabling Change Management in Public Sector Organizations

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Unifying School Communities Through Polarizing Times
Learn how to start the process of understanding the division and unifying your district through courageous conversations...
Reimagine Community Engagement: Live Demo + Q&A
See how ThoughtExchange takes your community engagement from old school to next generation with this demo of our new features and dashboard...
The Future of Community Engagement
See how ThoughtExchange can help K-12 Communication leaders to reimagine how they communicate with their districts...
<strong>Douglas SD’s New Superintendent Builds Trust With Transparent Decision-Making</strong>
Entering a community divided on COVID-19 policies in schools, a new Superintendent needed to plan for a new school year...
Superintendent Session: Leading Through Budget Constraints
Now more than ever, it’s critical to involve your people in the budget decisions that will affect them.
Women In Educational Leadership: A Journey to the Superintendency
Women superintendents share their inspiring and relatable stories about navigating educational leadership.
International SOS Adapts to a Changing Market Using ThoughtExchange
International SOS’s market is constantly in flux—it needs to be agile and ready to pivot as global market conditions change...
How Ramapo Indian Hills’ New Superintendent Engaged Students for Successful Strategic Planning
To create a successful district strategic plan, Dr. Dionisio needed to engage and consult a large, disparate community...
Springfield Public Schools Builds Community Trust in New District Leadership
As a new superintendent, building a community’s trust can be challenging...
How Guilderland CSD Passed $110M Budget With Community Input
Early in 2022, Guilderland Central School District, NY, was dealing with a crisis of uncertainty...
Bond & Levy Planning Essentials: Your Best Chance of YES
Passing a bond or levy doesn’t happen overnight. How do you gain the confidence of your community to vote YES on election day?
Union Public Schools Leverages Community Input to Change 75-Year-Old Mascot
As the eighth-largest school district in Oklahoma, home to close to 16,000 students, all eyes were on them...