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“it is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.” - Oscar Wilde
As many of my readers may know, June 29th marked the completion of my first year as a Principal .
In The Performance Pipeline author Stephen Drotter describes a pipeline model that helps leaders at all levels address four leadership imperatives.
Leadership | In Print
Poorly run meetings start in the wrong place and end up rushed before they’re done. Right place:
" Speak up, be a leader, set the direction - but be participative, listen well, cooperate (Bennis, 2003)." The other day I was on Twitter and came across an excellent blog titled, Do We Need Principals , written by Josh Stumpenhorst, a sixth grade ELA and social science teacher in suburban Illinois. At first when I read the blog title I wrongly assumed it was just another blog written by a disgruntled teacher who dislikes his administrator.