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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 […]

Communicating Your Purpose – A Lesson Learned

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Hello amazing school administrators, I wanted to share with you something that I learned recently that I think will be helpful. We decided to put on this evening event at our school to raise money for our PTSA. We planned for weeks. Our PTSA, administration and our teachers spent hours preparing, promoting and getting ready […]

It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part-5 – Teacher Appreciation I...

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Hello amazing school administrators. This is the fifth installment in the series of posts that I am calling, It’s All About Morale. The previous posts can be found here. In the last post, I shared about how our school is using Kudos cards to allow the staff to recognize and show appreciation to each other. […]

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