You don’t need a badge, a title, or a nameplate on your desk to be a leader.
The way you conduct yourself every day is what allows you to lead, regardless of the position you hold.
Don’t wait until you get promoted to lead.
This is where your promotion will come from.
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The Good Stuff
You’ve gotten your first assistant principal job. Now what?
Are you frustrating your people with these attitudes and behaviors?
Interview season is rapidly approaching. You will get a question that stumps you. How will you respond?
Meanwhile, on Social Media…
- 2 questions every aspiring assistant principal should be asking themself.
- What decisions are being made about you?
- It’s better to be the wisest person in the room than the smartest.
Students in ALL demographics can benefit from the techniques shared in this book.
Most of us are entering a much-needed holiday break. Take this time to relax and recharge.
Spend some time reflecting on the first half of your school year.
- What has gone well?
- What did not go so well?
- What gave you the most energy?
- What took the most energy?
- How is your progress coming on the goals you set at the beginning of the school year?
Make a plan to attack the second semester based on your responses to the questions above.
If there is a way that we can help, let us know. You can contact us here, or you can send us a DM on any of our social media platforms.
Enjoy your break, and we’ll see you next time.
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