One Thing Series: Everyday Feedback w/ Anna Carroll, @annacarrollMSSW — #onethingseries

Don’t miss this leadership podcast with Anna Carroll. Anna Carroll, MSSW, is an author, executive coach, and speaker. She helps leaders and professionals speed up their cycles of successful leadership, feedback, and results. Anna graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, including a year at Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study the social aspects of computing. She... Continue Reading →

The Three Minute Challenge: Set the Agenda for Teacher Leadership Development — #TheThreeMinuteChallenge

One must first of all have a solid foundation. ~ Sri Aurobindo Advice for Principals  A celebrated principal we know well once told us these wise words: “Success as an administrator is quite simple--always remember that it’s about the people not a program.” This advice epitomizes what great leaders understand, which is that people make... Continue Reading →

Feedback: Growing Your Teacher Leaders Using a Leadership Development Continuum Model — #SH302

True intuitive expertise is learned from prolonged experience with good feedback on mistakes. ~ Daniel Kahneman Dave is a Teacher Leader The whole meeting lasted only seventeen minutes, but it felt like three rounds in a cage fight. No, I wasn’t bloody or bruised, I wasn’t even out of breath. I was overheating, and I... Continue Reading →

Review and Reflect: Better Decision-Making Through C.A.R.E. — #reviewandreflect

This is TheSchoolHouse302’s monthly #reviewandreflect, wrapping up our focus on Decision-Making. Our Review and Reflect series embraces the powerful sentiment from Soren Kierkegaard: “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” Throughout this post, we take a deep dive into our leadership content so that you can develop the skills you... Continue Reading →

The Three Minute Challenge: The Trusted Few and Evaluated Impact of Decision-Making #TheThreeMinuteChallenge

Throughout this month we delved into the dynamic topic of decision-making. It’s fascinating to think that we make more decisions in a day then we take actual breaths. Although that’s hard to believe, human beings are built to be decision-making machines. And the types of decisions we make in a single day cover the full... Continue Reading →

One Thing Series: Better Decision-Making w/ Dr. Toni Faddis #onethingseries

Don’t miss our leadership podcast with Toni Faddis. Dr. Toni Faddis has served as a public school educator for the past twenty-six years as a teacher, principal, and district leader. For 13 years, she was a principal of two schools close to the United States/Mexico border and established strong, collaborative teacher teams that resulted in... Continue Reading →

The Three Minute Challenge: Automating Your Routines — #TheThreeMinuteChallenge

The average person makes upward toward 2,000 decisions every hour. If you’re a leader, or key decision-maker at work, you can  increase not only the amount of decisions, but the difficulty of them. The challenge is that decision-making is a mental task, and expert Mike Erwin argues that when we exert our mental energy over-and-over,... Continue Reading →

3 Books You Need to Read for Better Decision-Making — #readthisseries

Don’t miss this vblog on books you need to read to lead better and grow faster. We recommend three titles that are must-reads on the topic of decision-making for educational leaders. You can find our catalog of great leadership books at — click on #readthisseries. Keller, G. & Papasan, J. (2013). The one thing: The surprisingly simple... Continue Reading →

Blog at

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: