Monthly Archives: January 2016

“Change doesn’t come from a slogan…”

  Change management takes time, finesse, and dedication.  There are components to successful and sustainable change that are quite necessary. There needs to be a well-developed, and well-articulated vision.  Goals, action steps, and strategy built from that vision come next. … Continue reading

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The Equation for Successful Leadership

Passion+Commitment+ An open mind+Space to flourish=Success in Leadership I am a passionate person, in general.  Get me talking about education, innovation, and leadership and you’ll see that even quicker.  And, wow, when I get to talk to a like-minded person, … Continue reading

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Organizational Leadership

I’ve often written about leadership as it’s an area of interest for me and something about which I’m passionate.  I’m even going to make the claim that I’ve always had characteristics of a leader.  While I was somewhat shy as a … Continue reading

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What’s Your Leadership Philosophy?

When I was an undergrad, I had to write my philosophy of education.  I don’t remember every word of that paper, but the foundation was that everyone can learn, has the right to learn, and should be taught in the … Continue reading

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My #OneWord for 2016 – Empowered

(Photo and design credits to S.Y.D. Graphic Designs) A few years ago, I chose actions instead of one word for my year.  They were Choose Joy, Be Kind, and Just Believe.  Last year, the word I chose was shameless.  The resulting post was … Continue reading

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