To lead is to influence, to lead is to inspire. The educator is, therefore, a leader: his or her role goes far beyond the teaching-learning process, as he or she is continuously modelling behaviours and attitudes in the classroom and outside it, influencing the creation of a culture, a way of acting and being.
This is especially valid and essential in a 21st century that has reshaped this responsibility, given the multiple and growing sources of reference, influence and possibilities.
If it makes more and more sense to talk about leadership in the organisational world, it makes even more sense in the educational world. The current VUCA context (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) is present in the classroom and requires teacher-leaders who lead themselves, who know how to effectively manage relationships and communication with all the actors in the educational context and who have a strategic and systemic vision that allows them to better understand and manage this context.
The main objective of the Evoluciona programme is to strengthen and develop the educator's leadership skills, to walk a path from the inside out, from self-knowledge and self-management to the most important competencies for effective leadership - inside and outside the classroom. All of this taking into account at all times its impact on the different agents and actors present in the educational task: students, parents, teachers and institutions.