As someone with older siblings I grew up with a steady diet of Star Trek episodes. Although I’m not a Trekkie, the characters are timeless. Spock was among the most unique and, frankly, interesting to me. He is a being
As we work to navigate through the uncharted territory that is “remote learning,” it is easy to feel overwhelmed with when and how often to communicate with your community and staff.
We Love Schools returns from the winter break with a conversation about breaking through leadership barriers. Leadership development is about being intentional and deliberate. Diane Egbers, CEO of Leadership Excelleration, joins the podcast to explain further and discuss the development
Discussing creating systemic diversity and inclusion in schools
Discussing the important impact of team leadership development
Using outdoor education to spark creativity
Discussing how to adjust to changes in an urban school district
Discussing how to effectively nurture educators with Diane Egbers In this episode, we launch a series of podcast themes that we are calling The Triple A’s to Nurture Educators: Advocacy, Authenticity and Alignment.
Explaining how to effectively manage a school construction project with Matt Montgomery of Revere Local Schools In this episode, you’ll learn all about how to manage a school construction project—and do it well. Host Carole Dorn-Bell speaks with Matt Montgomery,
Discussing how create a sense of community around schools with authenticity Authenticity is the subject of this second episode in our three-part series, The Triple A’s to Nurture Educators: Advocacy, Authenticity and Alignment. Host Carole Dorn-Bell is joined by Diane
The importance of alignment within leadership teams In this third episode of the series The Triple A’s to Nurture Educators: Advocacy, Authenticity and Alignment, the topic is alignment.