After a leadership development session with one of our partners, I and one of my colleagues, Robin, received a note from an aspiring leader. The note said, “Thank you for your knowledge and expertise and the great session. I’ve learned more about being a leader in four hours than I did in two years of graduate school.”
Now, Robin and I didn’t do anything especially new or innovative that day. But what we did do was focus on the values of the leaders. We looked at how leaders engage with teachers and staff to give them every opportunity to reach their highest potential. It just seemed to make more sense to the aspiring leaders in the session that day when the content connected back to tactics they could use to create a better place for teachers and staff to work.
Asti Kelley, Studer Education℠
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