The Present Leader: Showing Up When It Matters Most — #SH302

The Present Leader: Showing Up When It Matters Most — #SH302

Photo Above: Cave Art, Bisons, Altamira, Spain. >40,000 yrs BCE Approximately 95,000 years ago, humans developed the distinct ability to think abstractly about our world. Our systems for communication evolved into the language, reasoning, mathematics, science, and...

3 Books You Need to Read for Leadership Self-Improvement — #readthisseries

For the first time ever, we’re posting a written #readthisseries. We’re practicing social distancing so we didn’t get together to film. It’s a serious time for all of us, and we pray for our nation and everyone around the globe. As we follow and abide by recommended...

3 Books You Need to Read to Be a Better Teammate — #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 being a better team player. You can find our catalog of great leadership books at theschoolhouse302.com — click on...

Being a Great Teammate — #SH302

Super Bowl Sunday This Sunday, approximately 100 million people will sit in front of their television to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the San Francisco 49ers for Super Bowl LIV. Whether you watch the game because you love the gridiron competition or you simply...

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,...

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...