Watch Out!  There’s Somebody in Your Backseat!
May10

Watch Out! There’s Somebody in Your Backseat!

Urban Legends are powerful and often frightening.  Perhaps you’ve heard the story about the woman driving at night on the highway.  After a quick stop at a gas station she became frightened when a semitruck driver suddenly began to drive directly behind her.  To make matters worse, every few minutes the truck would flash its high-beams and honk its horn.  Fearing for her safety the woman accelerated and prayed that she might quickly...

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Does Your Job Match Your Job Description?
Apr10

Does Your Job Match Your Job Description?

It’s spring, and that means recruitment season for most independent schools in the US.  Of course for every position for which we recruit, we attach a job description outlining the various tasks and expectations.  However, as I’ve meandered through  various positions in a school from teacher to administrator, I find that nailing down a job description for an administrator to be laughably difficult....

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One Simple Way to Improve Your Blog
Mar31

One Simple Way to Improve Your Blog

If you’ve spent much time around Learn[ED]Leadership this past year, then you’re likely aware of the Learn[ED]Leadership Monthly (or so) Newsletter I publish.  Between the newsletter popup, and the habitual “signup for my newsletter” closing sentence, you might start to get the feeling that I want you to sign up for our newsletter. However, what you might not be aware of is that in addition to the...

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Learn[ED]Voices Sneak Peak: 5 Ways To Get Things Done
Mar26

Learn[ED]Voices Sneak Peak: 5 Ways To Get Things Done

In our latest installment of Learn[ED]Voices, we take a small step away from traditional education as we hear from Tim Adair, an American entrepreneur that has many insights to share about harnessing the momentum of an inquiry mind. Here’s a sneak peak: “I want so much more out of my daily life, can you relate?  So much opportunity to grow, build, and help people that it can become overwhelming at times when trying to...

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How Wolves Change Rivers #UnBookClub
Mar22

How Wolves Change Rivers #UnBookClub

If you’re a regular visitor to Learn[ed]Leadership, then you recall a few weeks back we introduced our take on a book club, the only catch was that there was no commitment. So to quickly review, this is how it works: I’ll post a new piece of media to view, listen to, or read.  You, the participant have a week to listen, watch, read, insert verb, and then I’ll write my thoughts on our latest selection and you’ll have the...

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