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Leaders Balance Work and Family

Few leaders step back from their responsibilities long enough to evaluate how well they balance time between their work and family. But, with the challenges the world has faced over the past two-plus years, if you haven’t done so, it’s essential to stop now and assess what’s most important to you and your family.

Leaders Earn the Trust of Their Team

You can connect with your team, maximize your leadership potential, and advance your career by developing trust. According to research published in the Harvard Business Review, trust has a major impact on team members and their leaders.

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Leaders Earn the Trust of Their Team

Craig Groeschel’s 6 Keys to Leading Out of Crisis

Do you ever find yourself wondering when things will return to normal? Recently, I was at an event having a discussion with a group of senior leaders. During our conversation, one leader remarked how tired they were. In a moment of exasperation, the leader said they just wanted to get back to normal operations.

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Craig Groeschel’s 6 Keys to Leading Out of Crisis

Leadership is the Main Ingredient for Transforming Urban Schools to Engage Students

Today, I’m going to talk to you about transforming schools to engage students. Now, I know you may be thinking, why is this important to me? My child goes to a great school, or my grandchildren go to great schools. I hope that by the end of this post, you’ll feel inspired and understand why this should be important to you.

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Leadership is the Main Ingredient for Transforming Urban Schools to Engage Students

Are Educational Leaders the Same as Business Leaders?

As an educational leader, one of my favorite activities is meeting with potential business partners. I enjoy sharing our student’s capabilities and what they are learning, but I also love learning about their businesses.

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Are Educational Leaders the Same as Business Leaders?

Why Ethical Leadership is Important in Education

When I was hired as a first-year teacher, I was excited and nervous. Why? Unlike my colleagues, my undergraduate degree was not in education. Additionally, I entered education as my second career after retiring from the military.

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Why Ethical Leadership is Important in Education

Vision is Important in Education

During a conversation with a friend that works in an industry other than education, I was asked if vision was important in education. Now, before I answer this question, let me set the stage for you with some context…

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Vision is Important in Education

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