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Educational Leadership: What Else is Possible?

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We intend to change the conversation from one that focuses on admiring problems to one that finds the abundant opportunities that exist for the courageous leaders among us who are ready to break out of the status quo to create joyful, high achieving communities. We will tap the energy of leaders across all domains of this vast system to activate the potential that already exists.

We intend to change the conversation from one that focuses on admiring problems to one that finds the abundant opportunities that exist for the courageous leaders among us who are ready to break out of the status quo to create joyful, high achieving communities. We will tap the energy of leaders across all domains of this vast system to activate the potential that already exists.
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Chicago, IL

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VoiceAmerica

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We intend to change the conversation from one that focuses on admiring problems to one that finds the abundant opportunities that exist for the courageous leaders among us who are ready to break out of the status quo to create joyful, high achieving communities. We will tap the energy of leaders across all domains of this vast system to activate the potential that already exists.

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English

Contact:

(773) 278-5752


Episodes

The Art of Struggle

6/27/2013
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Today’s leaders face a barrage of challenges, brought on by a weak economy and a fast moving, rapidly changing business environment.

Duration:00:56:19

Working with Difficult People

6/20/2013
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Do you have resistant administrators, teachers or staff in your school or district? If you do, then you have experienced the impact of this resistance on the culture of your school or district

Duration:00:55:28

Leadership and Self Deception

6/13/2013
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According to Arbinger the problems that typically prevent superior performance in organizations are the result of a little-known deeper problem called “self-deception”.

Duration:00:58:11

Coach Centric Leadership for Education Professionals

6/6/2013
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The Coach Centric Leadership™ for Education Professionals program is founded on the guiding principles that the school leader is integral in creating an environment where cultures of engagement flourish

Duration:00:55:01

No More Business as Usual

5/30/2013
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Einstein reminded us that the problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them.

Duration:00:54:06

Making Hope Happen

5/23/2013
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Almost all fifth-through-twelfth-graders—95%—say it is likely they will have a better life than their parents.

Duration:00:57:02

Humergy: The energy that comes from experiencing humor, joy and optimism.

5/16/2013
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Include some fun in your day! In this interview we will explore the benefits of humor with a focus on brain research.

Duration:00:54:48

Dare to Disagree

5/9/2013
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How do organizations think? In her book, Willful Blindness, Margaret Heffernan examines why businesses and the people who run them often ignore the obvious

Duration:00:54:36

The Capacity for Brilliant Leadership

5/2/2013
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How it is that leaders with very different personality traits (e.g., extroversion vs. introversion; tough minded vs. open and flexible) can all demonstrate brilliant leadership?

Duration:00:56:03

How Can You Succeed, if You Don’t Know Who You Are?

4/25/2013
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You probably wouldn’t disagree with the belief that leadership is generated from the inside out. But if you are seeking to enhance your leadership, how do you know what you don’t know about who you are?

Duration:00:55:25

The Curious Leader

4/18/2013
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Susan will talk about the ways in which curiosity (or its absence) drives the educational enterprise. This is as true for the adults in a school as it is for the children. In fact, without curious adults, it's hard to encourage curiosity in children.

Duration:00:56:27

Seven Levels of Leadership

4/11/2013
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Conscious leaders understand that regardless of how their story is unfolding, they have an active role in creating the story. But these leaders may not understand exactly how they are impacting the way their story unfolds.

Duration:00:55:34

Shifting School Culture with Choice Theory Psychology

4/4/2013
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External control, the present psychology of almost all people in the world, is destructive to relationships and engagement. When used, it will destroy the ability of one or both to find satisfaction in that relationship and will result in a disconnection from each other.

Duration:00:56:45