Tag: leadership

    “Some organizations incubate companies – we incubate people. The mission of the Sandbox Network is to accelerate young leaders and help them have a global impact before they…

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Rwanda Reflections #3 – ‘They walk straight past us’   Through this series of blog posts, I am seeking to process another profound experience – visiting Rwanda for the fourth…

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Cross-posted at “The Wejr Board” blog. I recently had the honour of presenting to a neighbouring school district about my journey in developing on online personal learning network (PLN) and…

Read More Connected Leadership: A Journey

This summer, I wrote a post discussing the world of social media, and how our administrators need to jump in and lead our schools in this “new world”.  Here is…

Read More The Power to Kill Innovation

A few weeks ago, Apple, one of the most successful companies around today saw their leader step down, presumably for health problems.  Immediately, consumers were worried and stock dropped with…

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“How do we get reluctant administrators on board with utilizing technologies to communicate, connect, and collaborate?” This is one of the most prevalent questions I encounter when chatting with educators…

Read More The bar has been raised.

It’s mid-May and I’ve been thinking a lot about next school year. To say that this has been a challenging year is an understatement. I began the year telling my…

Read More To Be Continued…

With permission, I share with you educator Justin Tarte‘s ‘open letter to administrators‘. As he says, “Don’t take this open letter as us trying to tell you how to do…

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The following has been cross-posted at the Will Deyamport’s blog. “Bosses ought to be judged by what they and their people get done and by how their followers feel along…

Read More Does great have to be the default?