Try this tip: Take responsibility for your time.

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Take responsibility for allocating your time. It’s about what you need to do, not what you want to do, said management guru Peter Drucker, as reported by colleague Joseph Macariello in “A Year with Peter Drucker: 52 Weeks of Coaching for Leadership Effectiveness.” Fill your calendar with the action steps that will move you towards your goals, and leave the less important items to fill in after that.





Melissa Matarazzo
Melissa is an Evidence-Based Leadership coach for Studer Education, located in Pensacola, FL. Previously, she served as the Executive Director for Achievement and Accountability in the Charleston County (SC) School District. She earned her Ed.D. through the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s (HGSE) Urban Superintendents Program, and received both a Masters in School Leadership and a Masters in Education Policy and Management from HGSE. Melissa has also served as a middle school principal in the Peabody (MA) Public Schools, and as an 8th grade teacher and assistant principal in the Derry (NH) Cooperative School District. Melissa has coached aspiring and novice leaders at KIPP Jacksonville, FL; supervised teacher interns at the College of Charleston, SC and instructed graduate students in administration at American International College in Springfield, MA.
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