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Accelerating Expertise

Accelerating Expertise

I was talking to my brother recently about his job. He works as a purchasing agent for a home builder, and he was hoping for a promotion. I asked him about the person who is in the position he wants. “What does he have that you don’t have?” I asked. My brother replied, “Experience. He’s […]

The First Four Questions a New Principal Needs to Answer – Part 2

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What do you believe? This is the second question that needs to be answered when entering a new position of leadership. Once you’ve shared who you are, your new team will need to know what you believe. They want to know if they have similar beliefs in common. So you have to be clear on […]

How School Administrators Will Change the World

How School Administrators Will Change the World

I’ve been reading a lot of books about leadership, and a common theme in most, if not all, of the books is that the most successful leaders have a sense of purpose. They have identified WHY they do what they do, and then they communicate that purpose to their teams. If you’ve noticed, I’ve changed […]

Building Trust – Delegate Results, Not Tasks

Building Trust – Delegate Results, Not Tasks

I was listening to the EntreLeadership Podcast, and in the episode with Stephen M. R. Covey, Stephen talks about a topic that I believe is so crucial in a school environment – Trust. He has a new book out – The SPEED of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything that I plan on reading […]