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Dealing with the Unspoken Issues Male Early Childhod Educators Face

Holly Elissa Bruno with Ginsberg, Mason, Nelson, Boyden

pic Many of the biggest challenges men in early childhood education face are taboo topics that are rarely openly discussed. This segment brings together four male early childhood educators in a heart to heart conversation about these unspoken challenges and how to deal with them.
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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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Disrupt Yourself: When, How to Shake Up Your Organization

Holly Elissa Bruno with Whitney Johnson, Betty Pearsall, David Bloomfield

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When should an education leader disrupt and shake up their organization? According to our guests the answer is now, and the question is how. Tune in to learn about the value of disruptive leadership and how to skillfully use disruption to take your organization to a new level of performance.

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Do You Have the Courage to Be an Effective Educational Leader?

Gus Lee and George Couras with Holly Elissa Bruno

pic Let's face it. It takes courage to launch a school program that makes staff uncomfortable. It takes courage to institute a policy that may make parents livid. It takes courage to disagree with senior management or the school board or to fight for some change that you believe is needed in your organization. It takes courage to take a position that may make you look bad or get you fired. Do you have the courage to be an effective educational leader? How can you develop more courage?
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Driving for Ed Leadership Excellence Without Driving Yourself Over the Edge

Holly Elissa Bruno with Kristin Neff, PhD, Ann McClain Terrell, Nancy Flanagan

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In this segment we look at what causes so many education leaders to be so kind, compassionate, nurturing and supportive of others, yet so hard on themselves. Our guests say that being kind to yourself is a critical leadership skill. Without this ability it's difficult to succeed. Learn how to start being kinder to yourself right now.

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