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Heather Gerbus 31m
Replying to @Erik_Youngman
I ❤️ this idea. However, I would add it starts with a culture that is supportive, collaborative, and encouraging. When a teacher feels safe in his/her ability to take risks and try new things, all kinds of possibilities open up.
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QuayFiveLtd 3h
When shifting or simply overseeing a culture, the leader has tor cognise their own impact and the criticality of living out what they expect from others. Great anecdote here to illustrate that the details matter
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#CULTURESHIFT🌎 12h
>>> follow the movement
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Micah Shippee, PhD: #WanderlustEDU Oct 15
WanderlustEDU - The Journey to Transform School Culture Starts with Teachers
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Kathleen Peterson Oct 11
Acknowledgment is important but may come across as inauthentic if your team isn't used to it. I recommend this quick read: O Great One Day by D. Novak & C. Bourg for finding the perfect acknowledgment to empower your team the way they want to be recognized.
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Nick Cramsey Oct 9
We need to take every opportunity with every platform possible to share the gospel of Jesus.
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QuayFiveLtd Oct 15
Organisational culture is finally moving inexorably up the governance agenda in publicly traded companies. It’s always been a core business performance driver, and delighted to see it’s getting governance expectations now too
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Kathleen Peterson Oct 9
Did you know the words we speak over and over become our culture? If you want your team to grow & succeed, you must set the right tone for them. The right balance of acknowledgment vs. corrective criticism is crucial to them believing they are on a winning team.
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/ˈambər/ Oct 15
Would there be booing today because of this being overly nice or overly tone policed, or would she be listened to?
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Andrew Aleckson Oct 8
Morning meeting subject today: how can 5th graders root for each other... easy to cut others down, harder to build people up.
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Nick Cramsey Oct 8
We need to change the culture where women can feel comfortable to live their lives without feeling objectified.
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QuayFiveLtd Oct 14
Getting your organisational culture working for your strategy isn’t just about a warm hug, it’s got hard edges too - carrot and stick - or else it won’t matter when it comes to the crunch
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Nick Cramsey Oct 10
The littlest act of putting your trust and belief in someone can push them to the direction they need to go.
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Kick Master Te’ 👟 Oct 8
SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY are you ready for the ? Get your culture shift apparel now !!!!
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Yasir Javed Oct 8
Excellant article, many of us can relate to it from our past....
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Ready Learner One LLC Oct 14
Innovativeness is the Pedagogy for the Future - School Culture and Emergent Technology
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Chris Clark Oct 12
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Coach Bravo Oct 10
‼️PRE GAME‼️ Quick pre game activation before our Homecoming Game against Emmett Huskies!
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Kirsty Bashforth 🕷 Oct 15
An article I wrote for ⁦⁩ - culture, engagement and strategy need to align for maximum performance
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Mastermind Leadership Studio Oct 14
If you need help with leadership and development workshops for you and your team, send us a message, or call CEO and Founder Mike Bult at +1 800-341-2656, let's talk!
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