The Nine Principles® are the glue that holds Evidence-Based Leadership together. They are probably the easiest way to communicate to every department what it takes to create a culture of high performance. 284 more words
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Yesterday was an opportunity for educators across Florida and beyond to discuss, think about, and develop a strategy for teacher leadership. This was Florida’s Teacher Leader Summit! 277 more words
Yesterday’s What’s Right post encouraged the addition of more focused time and much more commitment to developing skills in leaders. Why? Because in doing so we do something new to increase the efficiency, effectiveness, consistency, and reliability of educational systems. 398 more words
In most organizations, leaders might say they do training, and some of them do, but not in the area of leadership skill building. In K12 systems, few leaders receive training on how to build an engaged workforce, hold effective meetings, engage in process-improvement strategies, recognize and provide feedback on individual performance, and communicate using key messaging strategies. 369 more words
Dr. Janet Pilcher began her career as an educator in the late 80s as a high school mathematics teacher and tennis coach at Woodham High School in the Escambia County School District (FL). 655 more words
What is constant in education? The first and most obvious value is passion. The primary concern of education professionals and parents is that students be well-educated and business and communities demonstrate their share in that concern by supporting those efforts. 505 more words
As school and district leaders, and educators in teacher preparation, we face daily the questions of what we do well and should continue to do and the top barriers or challenges that prevent us from achieving results in our districts and with our teachers—higher performance. 424 more words