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Beth Castner Sep 13
A5: A leader models effective communication first and foremost, by simply listening! We have to seek first to understand before being understood. Next, communicating often, honestly, and vulnerably. Vulnerability is underestimated, but powerful!
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Ryan Keliher Sep 13
A3: Putting the role before the goal.
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Annabelle Augustyn Sep 13
Hi, Annabelle Augustyn here from CT. Checking out educational twitter chats for my Educational Technology course at Fairfield University!
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Beth Castner Sep 13
A3: One of the leadership actions I have seen that lead to a negative culture in the school is lack of communication and transparency. I firmly believe that to create a positive culture, communication, openness, honesty, and transparency are key to creating culture
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Annabelle Augustyn Sep 13
A1) A great leader is someone who inspires his or her passion in others.
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John Miller Sep 13
A1: A great leaders listens intently, builds on the ideas of others and then gets out of the way!
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Elizabeth Russell Sep 13
A1 A great leader focuses on the positive vs the negative!
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Gretchen Dorn Sep 13
A4. Leading with purpose, is sharing your passion, knowledge, and purpose with others while focusing on your why, and promoting the growth and learning for all oof your team, and keeping the students as the first priority.
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It's Principal Lane Sep 13
A2: Build that sense of belief that we are all in it together. This year teachers are presenting/leading more and designing initiatives with their voice. Vision and passion coming from the staff within.
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Isaac Hancock Sep 13
Isaac also w/ EdTech from CT, looking forward to !
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Dr. Janice Wyatt-Ross Sep 13
How do you communicate? In what form do you communicate to your staff? I’m always afraid that I send too many emails and they stop reading them.
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Annabelle Augustyn Sep 13
Really enjoyed my first twitter chat experience... Thanks everyone!!!
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Beth Castner Sep 13
Hi all!
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Annabelle Augustyn Sep 13
A5) Continuously be present to answer questions and concerns in a timely manner.
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Ms. M (Just Me) Sep 13
A4 setting a growth mindset SMART goal and reaching it!
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Isaac Hancock Sep 13
Purposeful leadership = clear mission + communication + compassion
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Isaac Hancock Sep 13
A2: Faculty buy-in requires thoughtful investment in ideas and professional development, including immediate attention to actionable items, regardless of how ostensibly simple, in order to make faculty feel heard and appreciated
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Ray Boyd Sep 13
A1 In one word, accountability
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Beth Castner Sep 13
Thank you all for this incredible opportunity! I look forward to continuing this with you all each week. This was empowering and motivating! Keep fighting the good fight all! We are moving mountains!
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Matthew Johnson Sep 17
All students and faculty of Seoul Foreign School gather together on a beautiful Wednesday morning for United in Prayer!
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