This is TheSchoolHouse302’s monthly #reviewandreflect, wrapping up our focus on the concept of trust.

Our review and reflect series embraces the powerful sentiment about learning, brought forth by Soren Kierkegaard: “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” 

This month we are excited to feature Neil Gupta, Director of Secondary Learning. Don’t miss Neil’s review of our content, found at TheSchoolHouse302.com, and his reflections as a leader.

Neil provides great insight into our trust model and so much more. 

  1. Don’t miss what he says about the typical leadership curriculum and what it’s missing. 
  2. We talk about the three books we recommended this month. Neil plans to pick up the Michael Fullan recommendation. 
  3. Neil does a great job of coming back to the theme of self-trust, as was discussed in our podcast with Stephen M.R. Covey. We have to trust ourselves to be able to trust the team. 

We can’t wait to hear from you. 

Joe & T.J.

PS — We’re getting ready to start our first ever Assistant Principal Mastermind. If you’re an assistant principal and you want to lead better and grow faster, contact us at contact@theschoolhouse302.com so that we can put your name on the list (almost full). 

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