The New School Leader #18

The New School Leader Newsletter

As school leaders, conflict is all around us, and we have to always remember to show up with the right mindset. Otherwise, that conflict may turn into combat, and we never want that.

Focus on solutions rather than blame, and stay calm. Remember that you cannot control how the other person responds, but you can always control how you respond.

Now let’s get started.

The Good Stuff

1. Set Yourself up for Success as an Aspiring Assistant Principal

5 tips to help you get where you want to be.

2. The Secret Ingredient for PLC Success

Dr. Darrin Peppard shares the secret ingredient to leading your school to success.

3. The School Leader and Counselor Alliance

Strategies to help maximize the cohesion between administrators and counselors.

Meanwhile, on Social Media…

Why do 60% of new managers fail within the first 18 months?

You will never make everyone happy.

10 fun ways to celebrate teacher appreciation week

Book Recommendation

This book will help you live your best life as an educator.

Final Thought

The school year is rapidly coming to a close, but we’re not there yet. Don’t lose sight of the impact you can still have in the last month of school. Keep making a difference for students and teachers. Finish strong.

How Can We Help You?

Do you have an interview coming up? Have you been interviewing unsuccessfully? Are you looking for a way to be better prepared for the interview process? The Assistant Principal Interview Bootcamp Course might be for you.

Are you interested in personal coaching? We might be able to help. Reach out here to start a conversation.

Are there specific topics you would like to learn more about in future newsletters? Tell us here.

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