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The Purpose Circle – Creating a More Collaborative Culture in our Schools

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“From a motivation perspective, helping others enriches the meaning and purpose of our own lives, showing us that our contributions matter and energizing us to work harder, longer, and smarter.” – Adam Grant Being a school administrator is tough. You have a vision for the school. You have goals and objectives that you want to […]

Table Stakes to Attract Top Talent – Guest Post by Mark Miller

Table Stakes to Attract Top Talent – Guest Post by Mark Miller

One of my favorite authors in the area of leadership is Mark Miller. His advice has been very helpful to me on my journey toward school administration mastery, so when I was given an opportunity to share a guest post by him, I was happy to help. His latest book, Talent Magnet is another one […]

Servant Leadership: It’s Time for a New Leadership Model – Guest Post by Ken Blanchard

Servant Leadership: It’s Time for a New Leadership Model – Guest Post by Ken Blanchard

Originally Appeared on the Ken Blanchard Companies Blog  Too many leaders have been conditioned to think of leadership only in terms of power and control. But there is a better way to lead—one that combines equal parts serving and leading. This kind of leadership requires a special kind of leader—a servant leader. In this model, […]

5 Questions to Create a Compelling Purpose for Change – Guest Post By Emily Axelrod

Originally published on Switch & Shift   “We need to cut 30 million dollars from operating expenses.” What is your reaction to this purpose statement? Do you want to join the effort or sit on the sidelines?   If your change process lacks purpose, you are lost. You won’t know where you are going and you […]

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