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Savvy Leadership:
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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Savvy Leadership:
Are You an Introverted Leader? What You Need to Lead
Holly Elissa Bruno with Susan Cain

 

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Being an introverted leader can be painful in a world that celebrates charismatic leadership. However, recent research  suggests that introverts are actually better leaders than extroverts. Our guest agrees and shares  insights, practices and strategies an introverted leader needs to manage situations and the people. 

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Savvy Leadership:
The Five Advanced Leadership Skills Every Education Leader Needs Today
Holly Elissa Bruno with Nancy F. Koehn

 

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Our guest studies skilled leaders in crisis and distills their wisdom about how to manage through difficult times. In this segment we look at leadership skills and traits that may be counterintuitive to many education leaders, but are critical to know and master in today's education climate.

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Leadership Trends:
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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