How Might An Empathetic Peg Find Its Role in Educational Leadership? An ENFP Reflects Photo by Dmitry Ratushny for Unsplash A true free spirit? Hardly. A brief history of my experience with the Myers-Briggs, the Enneagram, and other personality profiles of this Continue reading How Might An Empathetic Peg Find Its Role in Educational Leadership?
This week’s #EdChatME (Oct 3, 2016) tackled an issue that every educator (either teacher or administrator) has faced many times, and will face again: Resistance to Change. Change is hard. We know this. But change is also a constant in life. And Continue reading Resistance to Change
Written by Matt Drewette-Card (@DrewetteCard) During this week’s #EdChatME discussion on “Building A Culture of Empathy,” I mentioned that I am currently working on designing a day of professional development happening Friday, October 7. So here’s what we’ve done: First of Continue reading An #EdChatME #NEXTSTEPS post: #Empathy-Fueled PD (based on @AOS94ME Oct 7 workshop day)
This post originally appeared on co-author Allison Zmuda’s blog at LearningPersonalized.com. What if school leaders governed less from a place of fear and worry and more from a position of excitement and possibility? A table is a fixture within a Continue reading The Fable of the Table: Empathy for the Worried Administrator