This is TheSchoolHouse302’s monthly #reviewandreflect, wrapping up our focus on leading change is such unpredictable times. We focused this month on growth and what we’ve learned so far during the pandemic.
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.”
Don’t miss our quick Review and Reflect video. We reviewed this month’s content and reflected on our own leadership lessons learned.
- Did you see our blog post, Educators Strike Back. It’s been called a “must read” for teachers and leaders.
- In the above video, we talk about the three books we recommended this month. Leading change is hard, which is why we need to turn to the experts.
- You can’t miss our podcast with Dr. Douglas Reeves. We reflected on what he said about having a “bias for action.” Check out the podcast and what we say about it in our video.
We can’t wait to hear from you.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can put your name on the list (almost full).
PSS — Did you know that we’re running our first ever Masterclass on Candid and Compassionate Feedback. Starting in January, you can join us for five sessions on the leadership pitfalls of candor and how to solve them. If you’ve ever had a feedback conversation go wrong, you know how bad that feels. We’ve identified 9 problems and their solutions. Find out more here.