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Leadership Smarts:
Too Little Time? Find More Time in Unexpected Places
Holly Elissa Bruno with  Zoë Chance, Lisa Dabbs, Jessica Johnson

 

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Too much to do, too little time. It's an old problem that just keeps getting bigger as more demands are placed on education leaders. But our guests say they have found extra time in some unexpected places and share their discoveries with us in this segment.

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Leadership Smarts:
Changing Hearts and Minds: Helping People to Embrace New Approaches
Holly Elissa Bruno with  Timothy D. Wilson, Patrick Larkin

 

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Education leaders are routinely called upon to help change the minds and feelings of students, parents, administrators, staff and peers. Changing hearts and minds is difficult. Data and logic are note enough. Our guest says that knowing how to change the story playing in the minds of others is the key to getting others to change their mental or emotional positions.

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Leadership Smarts:
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 that 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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Leadership Smarts:
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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Leadership Smarts:
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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