How Might An Empathetic Peg Find Its Role in Educational Leadership?

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?

How I Got to Now and What I Intend to Do About It

This Post Originally Appeared on Medium How I Got to Now and What I Intend to Do About It How I Got to Now and What I Intend to Do About It . . . my nerdy roots and that which got Continue reading How I Got to Now and What I Intend to Do About It

Accept, Communicate, Trust: Building School Culture Through Improv

Accept, Communicate, Trust: Building School Culture Through Improv It isn’t about being funny. Even if not on stage, students and educators are always improvising, making things up as we go. Photo by Joni James Having directed, performed, and studied improv Continue reading Accept, Communicate, Trust: Building School Culture Through Improv

New Year, New Life

New Year, New Life This post originally appeared on Medium. New Year, New Life Image from Central Maine News http://www.centralmaine.com/2013/08/16/mt-blue-renovations-mostly-complete-in-time-for-new-school-year/ Today marked the first day for the Class of 2019 at Mt. Blue Campus, a class of 180 and growing, larger Continue reading New Year, New Life