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How an Education Leader Can "Click" with Anyone

Holly Elissa Bruno with Dr. Rick Kirschner and Eric Sheninger

pic Education leaders have to connect with diverse people including co-workers, parents, staff and senior management. Getting along with many people at the level required to be highly effective is a constant challenge for most leaders in the field. Our guest today offers strategies for greater success.
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Basic Legal Stuff Every Education Leader Needs to Know

Holly Elissa Bruno with Suzanne Eckes, Matthew Militello, David Bloomfeld

pic There is a certain amount of legal knowledge every school leader needs to know, including laws around student expression, special needs, disciplinary policies and discrimination. Tune in as our experts outline what you need to be legally up to speed.
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Who Are Your Trusted Advisors? Who Should They Be?

Holly Elissa Bruno with Bob Frisch, David Bloomfield

pic When it's time to make those tough leadership decisions who do you turn to for trusted advice? Is it always the same handful of people? When should you look outside of your trusted advisors? How do you determine who should be at the table to get the right advice, at the right time, to make the right decision?
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How Education Leaders Can Avoid the Dangers of Decision Making Fatigue

Holly Elissa Bruno with Roy Baumiester, Susan Offutt

pic Principals and directors are on all day and often into the night, making decision after decision after decision. We know this is not a healthy practice, but who hasn't gotten into the rut of not taking breaks? Our guest says this practice can have profound consequences, compromising your ability to make sound decisions or even handle yourself in critical management situations. Learn more...
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Sabotaged by Staff: How to Nip Betrayals in the Bud

Holly Elissa Bruno with Phyllis Chesler, David Bloomfield

pic According to our guest, too many women in education think of the field as a supportive family. In fact, she asserts, women in education often work in treacherous work environments that require keen survival skills. The issue is real, the topic is taboo, and the need to know these skills is critical to your professional career. Tune in now.
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