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Leveraging Engagement

Several years ago, I read a book entitled The Power of Full Engagement by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz. The premise of the book and their resulting organization was to understand that ones engagement flowed from ones energy and therefore, personal…
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Why Are You a Successful Leader?

  “Problems cannot be solved with the same mind set that created them.” -Albert Einstein Over the years, I have heard numerous qualifiers and descriptors to define the type of leadership organizations require to be successful.…
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Closing an Important Gap

Some ideas are just worth repeating. Achievement gaps provide educators with a significant nemesis and have done so for about as long as any of us can remember. Akin to sales figures and profitability in the private sector, gaps in the achievement…
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It's Time for Something New

New Behavior, New Leadership I will admit up front that I am a big fan of the late business and management guru Peter Drucker. His ideas on decentralization of organizations and his concept of “knowledge workers” first touted in the 1950s…
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The Book That Changed Everything For Me

Education has long courted the idea of leaders coming from the “outside” that being, organizations that are not educational in nature, bring to our business of education a perspective that cannot be gleaned from someone who is brought up…