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October 04, 2016

Lesson Plans & Observations: Are You Getting Value for Time Spent?

It may seem a good idea to make one action and responsibility meet the needs of many requirements. But does it result in diminished returns?

September 18, 2016

Are You Moving Toward a New Harbor?

Today's educational leader is most often called to keep one eye on her/his educated belief about the horizon line and the harbor and the other on the community she/he serves to attend and strengthen the coalition of followers.

August 30, 2016

Leading and Teaching, Knowing the Children Are Watching

There is an advantage to grabbing the real world events and using them to provoke some powerful learning under the watchful eye of teachers as architects of learning.

July 26, 2016

Maintaining Leaders' Objectivity

In order to be objective, as human beings, the best we can do is question ourselves always.

July 14, 2016

4 Steps to Leading Successful Change

No successful change can take place in an organization without system-wide understanding and support. Leaders cannot do this alone.

June 26, 2016

Leading Schools Within an Ecosystem

When a leader thinks of the ecosystem, the leader will not be the voice calling out in the wilderness for a change.

June 21, 2016

Healthy School Culture Depends Upon Human-Resource Leadership

The urgent demands of the leader's work pull the mind to a place of reaction. Each reaction pulls attention away from a systems view and away from the complexities of the human beings who work with us.

June 05, 2016

Trust Is the Linchpin for Strengthening Schools

Partnering with other like-minded educators, organizations, and networks is part of growing efforts to remember, reclaim, and relocate the heart of teaching and learning in reflective, trusting relationships and shared leadership.

May 31, 2016

Leaders and Loyalty to Themselves, Others, and the Organization

Loyalty is a valued, and tricky, characteristic. Before being loyal to a person or an institution, one must be loyal to a guiding belief, conviction, or ideal.

May 17, 2016

Communicating Your District's Image

Does your message reflect your values? Whose job is it to manage that message? How does one decide how that message is communicated?

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