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I Don't Like You, But I Guess I Can Work With You

Holly Elissa Bruno with Brian Uzzi, Justin Baeder

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The education world is not exempt. Education leaders have rivals and enemies. In this segment our guest presents new science which explains why it's so difficult to turn workplace enemies into allies. He then builds on this new knowledge to offer a viable strategy for getting more of your rivals to becoming willing collaborators.

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Why Education Leaders Should Work Hard .... and Play Harder

Holly Elissa Bruno with Stuart Brown MD, Susan Offutt Ph.D.

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Educating children, preparing them for the future and raising student achievement is a serious responsibility. Our guests today say that we'll all do a much better job of meeting those goals if we approach them with a spirit of play. Learn more...

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Motivating People Who Are Stressed Out, Bummed Out and Burned Out on Education Realities

Holly Elissa Bruno with Michelle Gielan, Justin Snider

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The seemingly endless stream of new education reforms, policies, campaigns and gimmicks has left many educators exasperated and difficult to motivate or manage. Here are some tips for working with those who are fed up and tuned out.

 

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Should New Leaders Be Collaborative or Bossy? The Research May Surprise You

Holly Elissa Bruno with Stephen J. Sauer, David Bloomfield

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How an education leader approaches a new leadership position can profoundly impact how effective she will be with that group. There's the risk of being perceived as too bossy or too weak to lead effectively. In this segment we look at how new leaders can strike the right balance from day one.

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Free Spirited Versus Highly Structured Leadership: Which is Better for Education Leaders?

Holly Elissa Bruno with Eric Abrahamson, Hile Rutledge, David Bloomfield

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Free spirited, unstructured leaders who often fly by the seat of their pants are often viewed as less competent, less responsible and less reliable. But is it really true that highly structured, highly organized leaders are more effective? Tune in as we discuss.

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