#5thSunday: Year-End Reflection Infographic–R.E.F.L.E.C.T.

Every month at TheSchoolHouse302, you get a blog post with a leadership development model, a podcast with a leading expert, a “read this” with three book selections, and a review and reflection tool–all on a particular topic of leadership to help you lead better and grow faster. Posts are always blasted out on Sundays so that leaders can think... Continue Reading →

#review&reflect: Making Connections and Networking for Leaders

This is TheSchoolHouse302 monthly #review&reflect, wrapping up our focus on Connecting with Others to Grow Your Network for continued and greater success. Skills I need… Our world grows and is enriched when we connect with other people. The question is, how well do you connect with others to grow yourself and your organization? Review: This... Continue Reading →

#readthisseries: Making Connections & Networking

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 making connections and networking. You can find our catalog of great leadership books at theschoolhouse302.com — click on #readthisseries. Carnegie, D. (1998). How to win friends and influence people. New York:... Continue Reading →

#onethingseries: Making Better Connections w/ President Mark Brainard (@DrMarkBrainard)

Don’t miss this fantastic leadership interview with Dr. Mark Brainard, @DrMarkBrainard, the fifth president of Delaware Technical Community College.  Dr. Brainard has a wealth of leadership experience in a variety of capacities. He spent over three decades in a series of executive-level leadership roles in the higher education, business, government, and legislative arenas in Delaware.... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Making Connections–PRC is a Model for Building Your Network in Business and Life

Brooklyn is where I primarily developed. I had an opportunity to make records and perform here and there, and I started networking with the right people in the right places. ~ Busta Rhymes Think outside the box is a common, if not overused, phrase, intended to encourage creativity and innovation. Although the notion is well-meaning,... Continue Reading →

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