Leader Development Newsletter

Studer Education Partner Success

Bonding with the Board

Apr. 2017

In the School District of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, the board and district leadership team have partnered in a formal way to collect, present, and analyze data for action planning.

Feedback for Change

Mar. 2017

People want to work for a high performing organization and for leaders who have a genuine concern about their well-being, invest in their development and provide feedback that helps them reach their highest potential.

Round Out Leadership: Rounding as a Power Practice

Feb. 2017

The top tactic for employee engagement is leader rounding. Rounding allows leaders to recognize and reward success, while informing process needs and improvements. During rounding conversations, leaders are encouraged to ask direct reports:

  • What is working well for you?
  •  Do you have what you need to do your job?
  •  Is there anything I can do to help you continue to perform well?
  •  Is there anyone who has been especially helpful to you?

Conversation: A Tool for Change

Jan. 2017

Change in behavior happens through conversation. In our work with individuals and teams, we have learned the opportunity for achievement of desired actions and outcomes follows explicit discussion.

Recognize What Matters

Dec. 2016

Reward and recognition serve to validate the good work of employees at all levels, as well as encourage repetition of behaviors that make our systems best places to work and learn. As you engage in reflection, with the close of the year, take time to consider how you might systematize reward and recognition.

Keep the Throttle Down: Managing Organizational Change

Oct. 2016

Our team frequently reminds leaders, “In education, even the way we change has changed.” In the midst of constant change, what remains in education is the desire to have purpose, do worthwhile work, and make a difference in the lives of those they touch.

Find Time Through Process Improvement

Sept. 2016

As we work with leaders around the country, we are frequently asked for time management tips.  Our Studer Education team has learned that process improvement is the most effective time-saver.

Motivate What Matters

Aug. 2016

Coaching includes teaching, supporting, and facilitating teams to gain the skills they need to execute the strategic action to achieve results. It cascades down to all departments.

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