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The Landscape of Failure – Traci Logue

The Landscape of Failure – Traci Logue

(Originally posted at Fearless Teacher.) By Traci Logue There is a lot of emphasis on failure these days. This post is just my way of sorting out, and making sense of, the current landscape. To observe and understand the forest among the trees. I enjoy the view. Mostly, I am sure of foot. But sometimes I […]

Transparent Leadership: Letting Your Light Shine Through – Bethany Hill

Transparent Leadership: Letting Your Light Shine Through – Bethany Hill

(Originally posted on Communicate, Coach, Care: The Central Purpose) By Bethany Hill Transparency is a new buzz word in the leadership world. Some people are naturally “open books”, sharing anything and everything with the world. Others find it more challenging to reveal parts of themselves. One fact remains about transparency: when we see through or […]

What Servant Leadership Means to Me – David Geurin

What Servant Leadership Means to Me – David Geurin

(Originally posted on DavidGeurin.com) By David Geurin The traditional idea of leadership was power. Leaders were expected to control and coerce. To make sure that followers were productive and efficient. To enforce policies and procedures. Principals and teachers were praised for ‘running a tight ship’ or ‘keeping their ducks in a row.’ A quiet classroom […]

Black and White – Exhausting All Options to Promote the Success of Students – Brad Currie

Black and White – Exhausting All Options to Promote the Success of Students – Brad Currie

(Originally posted on BradCurrie.net ) By Brad Currie I have been a coach, teacher, and administrator for over 15 years. One thing that I know for certain is that are many “gray” situations that are dealt with on a daily basis. I think we can all agree that if everything was black and white it […]

Not the Problem You Have, It’s How You Handle It – Glenn Robbins

Not the Problem You Have, It’s How You Handle It – Glenn Robbins

(Originally posted on Connected Lead Learner) By Glenn Robbins The question that I present to everyone is how many people can honestly say that this quote represents your current leader, management, coach, and/or principal?  “An upbeat manager that goes through the day with a positive outlook ends up running a team or organization filled with […]