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The Time Capsule – Paul Cummings – Guest Post

The Time Capsule – Paul Cummings – Guest Post

I am so happy to share this guest post for Paul Cummings. I have begun reading his book, It All Matters: 125 Strategies to Achieve Maximum Confidence, Clarity, Certainty, and Creativity, and I have been very impressed and inspired by what I’m reading. I encourage you to take a look at Paul’s book. Thank you, […]

It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part-4 – Have a Teacher Appreci...

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This is the fourth installment in the series I’m calling, It’s All About Morale. Again, I believe that one of our most important jobs as school administrators is to grow and maintain the positive morale of our staff. If our desire is to move the school forward, we can’t do it alone. We need the […]

It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part-3 – Be a Purpose Rem...

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Hello again, This is the third installment of the series of posts that I call, “It’s All About Morale.” In the last post, I shared that the first step for a school administrator, or for any leader in fact, who is looking to improve the morale of his/her organization, is to accept responsibility for the […]

It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part 2

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This is the second installment in the series of blog posts called, It’s All About Morale. As I shared in the previous post, a school administrator must make staff morale a primary area of his/her job responsibilities if their school is going to move forward. In the corporate world, business leaders can motivate staff with […]

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