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Counterintuitive: 
The Surprising Role of Power in Education Leadership   
Holly Elissa Bruno with Batia Mishan Wiesenfeld, Eric Sheninger 

 

pic Fair, collaborative, participatory, consensus-builder. These are the qualities of the best education leaders, right?  Well, new research suggests otherwise. Tune in to learn why, how and when the ability to wield unabashed power is vital to education leaders.
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The Next Wave: 
No Smokers: Setting Up Policies Barring Smokers in Early Childhood Settings  
Holly Elissa Bruno with Jonathan P. Winickoff, MD, MPH; Suzi Brodof & Susan Offutt

 

pic Allowing smokers to work with children is a tough ethical debate. In this segment we dig into the question of establishing policies that bar smokers from working with children. Are these policies needed, appropriate, fair?  How should education leaders approach this issue?
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Fine Tuning: 
Silly Policies for Teachers:How to Change Them  
Holly Elissa Bruno with Russell Bishop MA, Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed.

 

pic Who writes those silly teacher policies?  More importantly who reads them anyway? In this segment we look at how  we can  revise teacher policies to make them more simple,  meaningful, relevant and supported.
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Self Check: 
Good Boss, Bad Boss: Which One Are You? 
Holly Elissa Bruno with Robert Sutton, Justin Snider 

 

pic According to our guest's research, there are at least three reasons why if you are are a bad boss you aren't likely to know it. Tune in and find out how to determine if you are a good boss, a bad boss or in need of some fine tuning.
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Second Thoughts: 
Rethinking Leadership Expectations: Moving From Hero to Host 
Holly Elissa Bruno with Margaret (Meg) Wheatley, Ed.D., George Couros

 

pic Our world and the responsibilities of leaders have have become too complex for the old model of leadership.  According to our guests,  the notion of viewing the leader as hero and primary source of great ideas is no longer viable. We must embrace a new paradigm, where in the leader is "host"  of a structure that extracts great ideas from many people and sources.
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