Do you want to get your people to buy into your vision?
Spend more time telling them about the amazing things you ARE going to do instead of the terrible things you ARE NOT going to do.
People rally behind a positive vision much more easily than they rally behind an “anti” vision.
Don’t tell them what you are against. Tell them what you are for.
Speak positive and desirable behaviors into existence.
Now let’s get started.
The Good Stuff
Dr. Steven Weber shares tools and resources you can tap into as you strive to become an effective instructional leader.
It may not be a new skill, but it has a new level of importance.
As the temperatures begin to rise in the spring, so do discipline issues. Maybe one of these 10 strategies can help.
Meanwhile, on Social Media…
What is the best piece of school leadership advice you’ve ever gotten? See what these school leaders had to say in the comments.
What are principals looking for when they hire new assistant principals? There is some great advice in the comments.
If you truly believe ALL MEANS ALL, then this book needs to be on your shelf.
“What is rare is not raw talent, skill, or even confidence, but humility, diligence, and self-awareness.” – Ryan Holiday
How does this show up in your life and in your leadership?
Reflect on this quote, and think about ways that you can be uncommon in your work.
How Can We Help You?
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