The problem solvers of the future are those who see and identify problems before they arise. They are problem finders. These leaders anticipate issues without needing others to identify them and bring them forward for solution.
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May 25, 2017
May 23, 2017
J. M. Myers M.D. returns as a guest blogger to write this two-part series about mental health in our schools. Here, in part one, he shares his view of the good news.
May 21, 2017
When the negativity and opposition rises, leaders need to become listeners. It is the only way forward without losing ground.
May 18, 2017
Listen well whether you are just being hired or have been there for a long time. Bring the value of relationships and of vison. Then choose carefully the place where you can lead and serve most effectively.
May 16, 2017
Now is the time for questioning the standards for behavior and discipline, renewing a common belief and practice among the faculty and staff.
May 14, 2017
If we are to gain momentum and gather a community of support, trust is the essential element.
May 11, 2017
Is respect given or earned? Is it extended to positions and roles or to individuals who occupy them? Is it a societal absolute or an ethereal feeling or thought?
May 09, 2017
If the promised economic changes come to pass and overseas jobs are brought back to this country and our workforce fails to produce as well as their overseas counterparts, schools will certainly be blamed.
May 07, 2017
Guest blogger Karine Veldhoen wonders, "Could schools be filled with delight? Could we be vibrant, innovative, and energetic? Might delight be an ingredient in the recipe of social-emotional competency for teachers and students?"
May 04, 2017
An effective and successful teacher leader can become a teacher leader without an appointment, simply through earned recognition.