In a blog post last week, I asked if we hold onto things. We were approaching a new year, and people tended to make resolutions, clean out closets and make changes. As leaders, especially in education, are we holding on to things we need to let go of to move forward? On Tuesday, January 3rd, … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts for Leadership
Watching the Open golf tournament with my husband and a player hits the ball, it makes it to the green, it rolls and hits the flag, denying a hole in one. What? Wait a minute. I call interference. That should count. My husband only laughs at me. It is no laughing matter; I am sure … Continue reading Leadership Reset…No Way!
“Life is not always what one wants it to be. A turn right instead of the left can make a difference on the path you choose. It is when you decide to make the best of it, as it is, even when the choices are not what you want to hear. Instead, you take each … Continue reading Acceptance
One of my blogs this week was on advice. I posed the question on Twitter about the best advice you have given and the best advice you have received. As I posed the questions, I took the time to reflect on all of the advice I have received and the times I have advised others. … Continue reading Advice vs. Advising
Can I give you some advice? Have you heard that before? Well, if I were you, I would.... I would have never made that decision. What were they thinking? As a leader, many people will look at the decisions you make and provide advice. Do you accept advice from others? How do you determine who … Continue reading Advice? Take it, give it or refuse it?