Confidence and Competence

“Schools kill creativity.” “Innovation is crucial in education.” “We are preparing students for jobs that don’t currently exist.” “Education needs disruption.” These are all statements that you might have heard on a Ted Talk, at a conference keynote, or on…

Leading for Growth

Great leaders don’t spend time trying to change people. They spend their energy creating the conditions in which people want to change. Discussions move beyond “why” as educators begin thinking and planning for “how” and “when.” Don’t misunderstand, it’s important…