Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Great American Principal Turnover–And How Districts Can Stop the Churn

Recently, I read an article by Matthew Clifford and Eva Chiang titled “The Great American Principal Turnover — And How Districts Can Stop the Churn”.  The premise behind this writing focuses on a trend that is quite alarming.  Fascinating, yet … Continue reading

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Go Outside

Have you ever thought of your leadership style during a blizzard, or during a lack of water while backpacking the canyon lands? How about your leadership style in a group and you are the minority and opposing you were intimidating … Continue reading

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Doing the Right Thing vs. Doing What is Right: Learning through Michael Scott of “The Office”

Michael Scott of NBC’s “The Office” provides sufficient case study material for perhaps a doctoral dissertation. His antics as manager of Dunder Mifflin’s paper-selling Scranton, Pennsylvania office branch offer lessons on both ‘how-to’ and ‘how-not-to’ effectively lead. In part, the … Continue reading

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