Archive for August, 2011

The Dreaded Faculty Meeting…

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Yes, I am sure we have all experienced one, or even worse, led one.  Time is such a precious commodity these days that we can’t afford to spend it frivolously.  No longer should our faculty meetings be a checklist of “to do’s” or “don’ts”.  For the past several years my focus has shifted, and I’ve learned […]

Leading by Example

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Often times leaders will ask their teachers to step out of their comfort zones to learn something new. I know I  certainly have asked it of my teachers during my tenure as a Principal.  Having said that, I also know how important it is to step out of my own comfort zone and lead by […]

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