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Get Over It!: Managing Grudges in Education Settings

Holly Elissa Bruno with Britta Larsen and Susan Offutt

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Most will agree that forgiving and forgetting is a lot easier said than done. In this segment we look at what happens when petty hurts and offenses create grudges in early childhood settings. Moreover, we look at how education leaders can help create a workplace where people can more easily and rapidly get over the small stuff.

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Filling the Shoes of the Founder

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Leadership transitions are inherently complicated and rich with the potential for problems. However, taking over the reigns from a founder of an organization poses a unique set of issues for the new leader. In this segment our guests offer insights on how to step out of the shadow of the founder and lead.

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Is a Zero Tolerance Gossip Policy Viable or Wise?

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Most experienced education leaders know and acknowledge that gossip can be very destructive to an organization. One solution is a zero tolerance gossip policy, but do these policies work and more importantly, are they really good for your organization. Tune in and find out.

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Disrupt Yourself: When and How to Shake Up Your Organization

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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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Gays In Education: Don't Ask Don't Tell?

Jay Mathews, Aimee Gelnaw, Finn Laursen with Holly Elissa Bruno

pic Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender educators are with us. Many have never heard this subject discussed openly...until now. Is don't ask, don't tell the education community's unwritten policy on LGBT educators? What should it be? Listen to this thoughtful, provocative and insightful segment, with commentary by Jay Mathews of the Washington Post.
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EDWORDS: Latest Leadership Blog Posts

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    Unfollow Me, Please

    It’s been very busy on my end over the past month. I released my second podcast, published my first flash-read on Amazon, and have crisscrossed the ...

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    by Jay Eitner | @Jay_Eitner
    Monday, 15 May 2017
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    Thank Your BOE President!

    While Presidents’ Day is reserved for honoring and celebrating our American presidents, I can’t help but think about local board of education presid ...

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    by Jay Eitner | @Jay_Eitner
    Monday, 08 May 2017
  • Taking Spring Textbook Walk! Or Not?

    Textbooks: How old are yours? Take a Spring Textbook Walk. Or, Not! Is this the end of the 35 pound backpack, stuffed lockers and extinction ...

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    by Rita Wirtz | @RitaWirtz
    Sunday, 07 May 2017
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    Who's Mentoring You?

    I couldn’t wait for Dad to get home that evening.  You couldn’t wipe the smile off my face.  I peered around the bushes to scan for his ca ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Tuesday, 25 April 2017
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    Support Your Backbone

    It’s been said that the Principal is the face of the school. If that’s the case, then the Assistant Principal is definitely the backbone! For th ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Monday, 10 April 2017
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    How Do You Feel?

    Over the weekend, I remembered a profound lesson my father taught me years ago.  As an eye doctor, he explained the shift he made after less th ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Tuesday, 04 April 2017
  • 3 Things Your Administrators Wish You Knew

    Sometimes things aren't what they seem... As a teacher I very rarely thought of things from the perspective of my administrator. I still tend to de ...

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    by Chad Ostrowski | @chadostrowski
    Monday, 27 March 2017
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    Top 10 Things I Learned from Being a Principal for Seven Weeks

    For seven weeks, I was an interim, elementary principal in one of my district's elementary schools. It was an opportunity and experience that was in ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Wednesday, 22 March 2017
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    Change Management: #Engage109 Represents 2nd-Order Change

    “Life begins at the end ofyour comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch  My work as a school leader brings me to change management often. From gr ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Wednesday, 15 March 2017
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    Above and Beyond: My Responsibility as Principal

    Teacher, "Recess time!" Students, "Yeh!" Teacher, "Let's play some football!" Students, "I wanna be on your team!" Teacher, "I'll be the all-tim ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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    My First Few Weeks As Elementary Principal

    On January 23rd, my 15-year career as a classroom teacher changed dramatically, as I began a new role as interim principal in one of my district's e ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Tuesday, 21 February 2017
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    Learning in the Snow

    Last year a student approached me and said that he had a concern. His concern was that none of his classmates seem to know about what is happening i ...

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    by Donald Gately
    Friday, 17 February 2017
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    My Educational Heroes: School Counselors!

    Last year, I had the privilege of presenting, along with the high school principals, to the Worthington City Schools Board of Education on the “Stat ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Tuesday, 07 February 2017
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    Addressing Equity - Opportunity - Acceleration for All #Engage109

    "Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence is the key to unlocking our potential." - Winston Churchill In the Deerfield Public Schools, Dist ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Sunday, 05 February 2017
  • After the Mic Drops

    It still seems to be an accepted response continuing to receive a smile when someone makes a "drop the mic" comment in response to a profound activi ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Wednesday, 01 February 2017
  • We Have the Research! Let’s Update Our Practices! #Engage109

    “Many people die with their music still in them.”– Oliver Wendell Holmes As educators, it’s our job to help them find their music! I think that th ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Tuesday, 31 January 2017
  • Vision – Change – Growth

    “Great organizations demand a high level of commitment by the people involved.”– Bill Gates Vision (eyesight) is one of our five senses, eyesig ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Monday, 23 January 2017
  • The Unlearning Leader: Leading for Tomorrow's Schools Today - NEW BOOK!

    “I always wanted to be honest with myself and to those who had faith in me.”– Rafael Nadal  Have you ever had to “unlearn” something? Do you ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Friday, 20 January 2017
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