There are many choices of hats to wear. What hat do you have on?
What are the expectations for educational leaders? Most likely, the four listed above made your list, but what other expectations identify the good to the great? Many outstanding leaders I have known have had high expectations. If the expectations are set high for self, staff, and students, the school will soar with success. Building strong … Continue reading Expectations for Educational Leaders
This Friday I bring to you Four Essential Skills of High-Performing Teams from the book Team Emotional Intelligence 2.0 written by Dr. Jean Greaves and Evan Watkins. I believe this book will help every organization. Who does not have emotions, feelings, moods, and behaviors? When you mix all of these together in working teams, the … Continue reading Emotional- The Four Essential Skills
Coaching helps every level The need for coaching support today is more extensive than it has ever been before. Help at each level in the organizational chain needs to be strengthened after being pushed to the limits over the past few years. Every individual, if asked in a survey, will tell you they have been … Continue reading Put us in, we want to coach or be coached!
How Do You? Asking questions is something I think is essential to do. It gives your mind a chance to be engaged in thinking deeper and to explore ideas you may not have opportunities to provide time to think. How do you? It is a question you can fill in the blank with the remaining … Continue reading Solution Weekly May 22-28, 2022
I have written about growth several times. It does not matter what age you are, where you are in the process toward “retirement, or if you are retired. As an individual who is getting up each day to be part of the glory of the day, you are growing! No, I am not talking about … Continue reading Know yourself- Do you?
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the Mom’s Wishing all of the mom’s today a special blessing. It is a day to celebrate those who have given us so much! My middle grandchild had a mother’s tea at school. He did a skit with a classmate for all of the mothers, all of the kids … Continue reading Solution Weekly May 8-14, 2022
Lesson 5: Blindspots exist. You must get connected. Many of us say: Get connected, utilize networking, talk with peers and join groups to gain insights. However, you cannot do all of it! If you try to be active on every social platform, you will not be present for essential parts of life. Being connected does … Continue reading Hidden Blessings- Lesson 5 Blindspots
I want to give credit to Daniel Bauer for the five lessons I will share. In these lessons, I will share my input as well. We will cover them in several steps. These are the Lessons he shared in his email: Lesson 1: All feedback isn’t quality feedback. Lesson 1: All feedback isn’t quality feedback.Lesson … Continue reading Hidden Blessings-Lesson 1 Feedback
The title of this post is a quote from the book I am writing. It comes from a former student. It is a powerful statement and hits the point of what needs to be our focus. In our world of noise, do we hear what is not being said? As leaders of an organization, we … Continue reading “Listen to what is not said”