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In our ECE Servant Leaders Academy, we believe that those who choose to care for and teach young children (ages infant-5 years old), are among the best and most important of the servant leaders in our world.
Indeed, the future of the world depends on providing the highest quality of care, attention and education to our youngest children. Because it is during the first 5 years of a child’s life that the brain grows to 90% of its capacity.
Thus, our call to the Aspiring ECE Teachers is:
Choose a purposeful and meaningful career: Start your ECE training and become certified as an ECE Servant Leader Teacher through our Academy.
And our Call to the current ECE Teachers is:
You’ve already made a meaningful choice, let’s now have you become certified as an ECE Servant Leader Teacher through our Academy. It’s a long overdue recognition for you.
Our ECE Servant Leaders Academy’s two folds Mission aims to:
Provide CCAP accepting Early Learning Centers and Home-Based Providers in Illinois with their ECE workforce recruitment and retention needs through education, professional development, director coaching services, and innovative recruitment strategies. Let us also give your teachers recognition and certifications as ECE Servant Leader Teachers.
A servant leader is servant first, leader second.
Servant leader believes in serving without any expectations in return. She/he serves for the good of the society through good thoughts, good words and good deeds. The more she serves, the more people in the community notice her, and give her recognition as a servant leader.
A mother or father who cares for her/his family, is ethical and works hard, provides means of life and prosperity for and gives guidance through compassion and care to her/his family members, is an immediate and familiar type of a servant leader who, nearly all of us, can identify with.
And there are famous servant leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jane Goodall and Mother Teresa, who have given their entire lives, and in some cases have been killed, for being dedicated to servant leadership principles.
भूमिका: ECE Workforce Servant Leader Teachers Academy Director
मैं आपकी शैक्षिक, व्यावसायिक विकास और भर्ती रणनीतियों में आपकी मुफ्त में मदद कर सकता हूं। मैं नेतृत्व प्रशिक्षण और आंतरिक प्रशिक्षण में भी आपकी मदद कर सकता हूँ।
मैं चाइल्डकैअर के लिए हां कहता हूं क्योंकि मेरा मानना है कि चाइल्ड केयर बच्चों को उनकी उच्चतम क्षमता हासिल करने में मदद करता है।
भूमिका: Say Yes to Child Care Campaign Director
यदि आप एक भागीदार बनने में रुचि रखते हैं या यदि मैं अभियान के विभिन्न क्षेत्रों के बारे में आपके प्रश्नों का उत्तर दे सकता हूँ तो मुझसे संपर्क करें।
मैं चाइल्डकैअर के लिए हां कहता हूं क्योंकि प्रत्येक बच्चे के साथ शिक्षक जो सकारात्मक और उत्तरदायी संबंध विकसित करते हैं, वह सफल सीखने की नींव है
भूमिका: समुदाय और ECE कार्यबल भर्ती संपर्क
पसंदीदा रंग: गुलाबी
मैं चाइल्डकैअर के लिए हां कहती हूं क्योंकि बच्चों के शुरुआती साल बहुत महत्वपूर्ण होते हैं। उच्च-गुणवत्ता वाले चाइल्डकैअर केंद्र में होने से बच्चों के शेष जीवन के लिए सामाजिक/भावनात्मक विकास पर सकारात्मक प्रभाव पड़ता है!
भूमिका: वरिष्ठ प्रारंभिक बचपन सलाहकार और प्रशिक्षक
पसंदीदा रंग: लाल
मैं बच्चों और परिवारों के लिए एक समृद्ध, सुरक्षित और पोषण के माहौल में सीखने के प्यार को जगाने के लिए भावुक और प्रतिबद्ध हूं। बच्चों को "हेड स्टार्ट" देने के लिए हम सभी को मिलकर काम करना चाहिए ताकि वे जीवन में सफल हो सकें। माता-पिता इस बात के लिए सहज होने के पात्र हैं कि उनके बच्चों की उच्च गुणवत्ता वाले चाइल्डकैअर कार्यक्रम में देखभाल की जा रही है।
चाइल्डकैअर के लिए हाँ कहो!
Some of the key Principles of Servant Leadership are:
The starting point in servant leadership is a strong sense of commitment to one’s community’s betterment and growth though peace, progress and prosperity. In short, being committed to one’s community health and happiness matters.
To serve is to listen to the voices of community members and their needs. It is not just hearing, but deeply listening to them in order to understand and demonstrate, for example through giving feedback or provide solutions, that one has listened well and learned about their needs.
To serve is to attend to and care for the members of one’s family or communities at the time of their suffering and despair. It is nearly impossible to find anybody in our world who doesn’t experience some kind of despair or suffering in need of help and healing. Servant leaders are aware of such fundamental human condition, see and relate to those in need of help and healing by actively reach out to them with care, compassion and giving of love and materials needs for their healing and comfort. In short servant leaders show empathy towards others.
Servant leaders develop trust with their community members. Trust is demonstrated by fulfilling one’s words and promises. If one promises to treat everyone with respect, then one always shows it in words and action. If one promises to be kind, then one shows it in her/his acts of kindness and compassion. And, if there are times that one fails for reasons beyond one’s control, or due to a mistake, then one doesn’t deny it. One rather explains it and indicates how one would not repeat one’s mistake. In short, servant leaders do as they say and promise for the good of the community.
Servant leaders also develop trust by showing care and responsibility in using and overseeing the community’s resources, including its natural environment and wildlife. Simply said servant leaders show honesty and care in using the financial and material resources of their community. They also show care and commitment to preserving and respecting the natural environment and wildlife. In short, servant leaders respect the mother earth.
At ECE Servant Leader Teachers Academy, we learn about and strive to help in achieving the United Nations 17 Sustainable Developmental Goals: