leadership

Can You Stop Teachers From "Dissing" Families, Children, Peers or Your School Online?

Holly Elissa Bruno with Tom Copeland, Deb Kimble, Justin Baeder

pic Technology and access to social media networking sites are raising new communication issues for educators. In this segment we explore the limits of free speech in early childhood educational settings and offer leaders a sense of where individual rights and organizational rights begin.
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Facing Overwhelming Leadership Challenges

Holly Elissa Bruno with Kimberly Wiefling, Mei Lin Fung, Justin Baeder

pic All leadership challenges are not created equal. Occasionally every education leader is hit with a tsunami sized problem that overwhelms her. This segment starts by trying to glean applicable leadership lessons from the disaster in Japan and turns to identifying addition strategies for coping with overwhelming problems.
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Why Education Leaders Can't Succeed Without Thinking Globally

Holly Elissa Bruno with Roger Neugebauer, Daniel Hollinger, Susan Offutt

pic Think Globally? You have to be kidding, right? Education leaders are overwhelmed by unprecedented economic realities, academic challenges and an array of domestic regulatory and social issues. Who has time or energy to think about global education issues? Moreover, why is it important? Our guests today explain why thinking about education in the global context matters and shares insights on smart ways to begin to introduce a global perspective.
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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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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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