leaders

Part II: Why Do Some White Women Struggle with Managing Black Women?

Holly Elissa Bruno with Marquita Furness Davis, Cori Berg,  Brandi Pritchett-Johnson,  Dwight Carter

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When white women supervise black women, cultural differences can create significant and often unspoken leadership challenges. Tune in to an uncommonly transparent discussion on this issue.

Follow: @GLHSLions @Dwight_Carter @hollyelissabrun @bamradionetwork

 

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Why Do Some White Women Struggle with Managing Black Women?

Holly Elissa Bruno with Marquita Furness Davis, Cori Berg,  Brandi Pritchett-Johnson,  Dwight Carter

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When white women supervise black women, cultural differences can create significant and often unspoken leadership challenges. Tune in to an uncommonly transparent discussion on this issue.

 Follow: @GLHSLions @Dwight_Carter @hollyelissabrun @bamradionetwork

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Modeling How to Learn and Grow Through Failure

Holly Elissa Bruno with Thomas Hoerr, Kay Albrecht, and Ben Gilpin

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Our guests agree, accepting mistakes and learning from failure is a lot easier said than done. In this segment, we discuss how to move from platitudes to practice on managing our response to missteps.

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Developing the Next Generation of Education Leaders

Holly Elissa Bruno with J. Glenn Hopkins, Bob Lenz and Jill Berkowicz Ed.D

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According to a recent study, most principals wouldn't recommend their job to others and a majority of teachers are not interested in becoming principals. In this segment we explore what must be done to cultivate the next generation of education leaders.

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Humor, Surprise and Joy: The Ed Leader's Secret Sauce

Holly Elissa Bruno with Chad Caddell, James Detwiler, Joe Mazza

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Our guests all seem to agree that although education is a serious discipline, we may be subverting our education goals by taking our work too seriously. Find out why humor, surprise and joy are pivotal tools of great education leadership.

Follow: @laughwithchad @JimDetwiler1 @Joe_Mazza @hollyelisabrun @bamradionetwork

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