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Be courageous to support students and families.

When Teachers, Principals, and Superintendents work together, every child has the best chance to be prepared for their future. In this episode, we hear a story that testifies the powerful role school personnel play in students’ success. Enga McClendon, a former teacher at N.B. Cook Elementary School, shares how two students overcame personal challenges and went on to graduate. Studer Education Leader Coach, Dr. KK Owen, Principal of N.B. Cook at the time, also joins us to share the impact this family had on her and how their experience taught KK to become a better leader.

This episode addresses questions, such as:

  • Why is it necessary to be courageous and bold during difficult situations?
  • How can we be more empathetic toward employees and those we serve?
  • What does it look like to focus on what’s best for families?

Featured Episode Resources

Why Service Excellence is our Most Important Value

What is service excellence? Why is it so important to our employees and organizations? Superintendent Dan Woestman explains why his organization treats service excellence as their most important core value and how it's infused into their culture.

Improve Performance with Leader Led Conversations

Leaders always lead. Leaders have the unique opportunity to improve team performance every day by always modeling the right way. Employees search for a leader to learn from within their organization and closely watch their behaviors at all times. It’s important to understand that setting the right example is a leader always action.

The Impact of One

Commitment comes from purpose. The more we help every person on the team connect to the purpose of the organization, the more we see individual actions that support collective success. The ones who are clear on the organization's purpose and then connect their personal purpose to that mission create large and meaningful impact across the enterprise.

Connect to Purpose

As humans, our search for purpose is never-ending. Since most people spend the majority of their day at work, connecting employees with how their position makes a difference can increase ownership and pride, therefore accelerating performance. People want to feel good about the work they do.

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Connect with Coaches and Guests

The challenges of 2020 may keep us at a physical distance, but we are here with you and we have other ways for you to connect with your leadership community. Our listeners can engage with our coaches and expert guests every week at virtual roundtable discussions. We’ve also transformed our annual conference, usually held in Milwaukee, into an interactive broadcast that you can join for free from home.

Explore our upcoming events:

september 2020

01sep4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventThe Power of a Single Word: Communicating with IntentionalityRoundtable

15sep4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventMeasures that Matter: Will Our Daily Actions Keep Students Learning?Roundtable

22sep4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventKeeping Score: What Can We Learn from Using our Scorecard and Short Improvement Cycles?Roundtable

29sep4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventUsing the Execution Triangle to Get Communication RightRoundtable

october 2020

06oct4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventIt’s a Waterfall: The Power of Cascading Communication with CareRoundtable

13oct4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventDisseminate is Not a Dirty Word: Communicating Results Throughout Your OrganizationRoundtable

20oct4:00 pm5:00 pmVirtual EventDon’t Get Stuck, Adjust Wisely: How to Execute 30-Day Cycles of ImprovementRoundtable

28oct(oct 28)8:00 am29(oct 29)3:15 pmVirtual EventDHP Pensacola 2020Quint-Essential: Conversations with Quint Studer

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