Standard 3: Personal Behavior

Standard 3: Personal Behavior

As taken from the Indiana Content Standards for Educators:  School Leader District Level, an effective leader will “model personal behavior that sets the tone for all student and adult
relationships in the district, including:

3.1 modeling professional, ethical, and respectful behavior at all times and expecting the same
behavior from others
3.2 establishing yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily priorities and objectives, relentlessly keeping
the highest-leverage activities front and center
3.3 actively soliciting and using feedback and help from all key stakeholders in order to drive
student achievement
3.4 going above and beyond typical expectations to attain goals, taking on voluntary
responsibilities that contribute to district success, and taking risks to achieve results
3.5 using reflection, self-awareness, ongoing learning, and resiliency to increase effectiveness in leading district improvement efforts”

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