Do parents and caregivers have confidence in our actions? Are students and staff confident in our support? In this roundtable, Dr. Pat Greco and Nannette Johnston shared tools and resources on daily actions to improve.
In this roundtable, Dr. JoAnn Sternke shares tools and resources on how to make your communication highly reliable by being intentional in the words you choose and crafting your message with empathy, transparency, timeliness and follow-through.
HOW CAN WE KEEP STUDENTS SAFE AND ON TRACK AS WE START A NEW ACADEMIC YEAR? The start of this school year has been unfamiliar to us all – students, teachers, parents, administration and every school employee. Some won’t be sure what to expect, others expect more uncertainty and change ahead. People are experiencing more […]
I HONESTLY DON’T KNOW IF WE COULD HAVE DONE THIS AS WELL IF WE DIDN’T HAVE SOME FOUNDATIONAL PIECES FOR US TO GO BACK TO. – Dr. Natalie Harder, Community College Executive Leader | EP 67: Move Forward by Doing the Next Right Thing Throughout these challenging uncertain times, one thing has consistently proven true: […]
Recognize and Reward Success: Value and Appreciate People Working Together to Get Results. We often hear leaders ask, “How can I keep people motivated?” The truth is, we can’t make people feel motivated, but we can create an environment that motivates and engages employees. People are more likely to be motivated about their work when […]
Communicate at all Levels: People know why what they do matters. It’s not just approaching it with intentionality but focused intentionality around this simple thing: what is the outcome of the message that I desire? What is the outcome? Why am I writing this message? What is it I want people to both feel and […]