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Todd Nesloney Jul 17
A3: Fear of failure. Fear of not measuring up. Fear of letting others down. I get in my own way so often
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Craig Idacavage Jul 17
A1: Someone who empowers others, walks the walk, is patient, caring, open and honest.
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Miranda Pryor Jul 17
A1: I look for someone who is kind and sincere. Leaders should inspire you to be better than you think you can be.
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Dr. Ryan Andrews Jul 17
I have already followed three new people. This chat is the place to add amazing people to your PLN
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Aaron Else Jul 17
A1: humility. Patience. Decision Making. The ability to make those around you better and want to be better! Too many to list. For sure
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Shane Jul 17
A1: I want a leader with vision and who enables front line staff to do their jobs even better than they already are.
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Joshua Stamper Jul 17
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Lusia Requenes Jul 17
A1: Treats us like the professionals we are, builds relationships with students, staff and families, trusts and empowering, models our vision, helps discover our strengths
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Jean Hesson Jul 17
A1: Most fitting question, as today I started my journey to earn my Ed.S and admin endorsement! To me, a leader inspires, serves, listens, coaches, and isn’t afraid to have those tough conversations.
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Hey Y'all! Stephen from KY! Jul 17
Hey . Stephen from KY!
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Miss Schick Jul 17
A2: Something I’ve struggled with as a new teacher with a very veteran staff around me. But I think anyone can find places to lead! Leadership isn’t a title, it’s something you do. For me, I have tried being a leader in tech at my school.
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Dr. Ryan Andrews Jul 17
A3 TIME- trying to lead the 700 Ss and 100 staff members I have is enough for now. I hope to grow daily in this and help others find their leadership strengths while I work on mine.
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Adam Welcome 11h
Summer speaking travel starts this Thursday - let's go! 7-25 TX 7-29 KY 7-30 OK 7-31 TN 8-1 TN 8-2 MS 8-5 TX 8-6 TX 8-7 TX 8-8 MO 8-9 MO 8-12 TX 8-13 KS 8-14 CO 8-16 KS 8-19 IL 8-20 OH 8-21 NY 8-22 NY 8-23 NY 8-26 MA 8-27 CA 8-28 OR 8-30 KS 9-3 NY 9-4 NJ 9-11 MI
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Michael Rodrigo Jul 17
A1: A good leaders shows passion, empathy, honesty and integrity. I’m lucky to work with many on
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Todd Nesloney Jul 17
Thank you for joining another great chat!! All about LEADERSHIP! We are ALL leaders! Make sure you sign up for coming September 27th!!
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Emily Paschall Jul 17
A1: Characteristics in a Leader 1: Kid centered 2. Passionate 3. Critical thinker 4. Innovative 5. Organized 6. Encourager 7. Self-reflective
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Brandee Smith 👩🏻‍🦰 Jul 17
A1: I’m looking for someone who leads by service and loves the kids. I’ve had great team members show me this!
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Todd Nesloney Jul 20
Sooooo important.
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𝕃𝕒𝕦𝕣𝕒 𝕄𝕔ℂ𝕠𝕟𝕟𝕖𝕝𝕝 Jul 17
A1- someone who puts kids first!
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Todd Nesloney 14h
When you look at your class lists this year, read each child’s name as an opportunity. Every child is someone’s whole world.
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