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Public Feedback: A New Twist on Judging  Your Leadership, Pros and Cons
Holly Elissa Bruno with Linda A. Hill

 

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It's called 360 degree feedback, the process of staff judging bosses publicly online. It's being viewed as a threat by some and an opportunity to be harnessed by others. In this segment we look at the pros and cons of having your leadership performance judged publicly, by staff, online.

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Guiding Principles:
Managing the Tough Ethical Conflicts Education Leaders Face
Holly Elissa Bruno with Stephanie Sweeney, Peter Pizzolongo,  &  Justin Snider

 

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Working through tough, thorny, ethical conflicts is one of the most difficult challenges education leaders face. In this  segment we look at how savvy leaders manage ethical dilemmas when they arise.

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Mental Assets: 
An Education Leader's Guide to Staying Sharp and Keeping Your Mind   
Holly Elissa Bruno with Barbara Strauch, David Bloomfield

 

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How can leaders maintain a keen mind and stay sharp with age? How can we mentally manage the tsunami of information, increasing complexity and widening mental challenges we face as education leaders? Our guests offer insights and sage advice.

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Changing the Game: 
Virtual Schools are Coming, Will Your Job Become Extinct?   
Holly Elissa Bruno with Elizabeth A. City

 

pic Virtual schools are popping up and raising questions about what "school" will be like in the future? Where will learning primarily take place? What will be the role of  teachers? What will be the role of principals and directors? What should education leaders be doing and thinking about now to prepare for the road ahead?
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Street Smarts: 
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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