A Leadership Podcast for Campus and District School Administrators
PRIMER Ep. 11: Get on the PA everyday and set the tone for your school.
Principals can make great strides towards building effective relationships with their students through intentional selective use of the PA. We share ideas on how to maximize the use of that time and some best practices for managing your message to set the climate and effect cultural change.
PRIMER Ep. 10: Authentically getting people to do things as a leader
Authentically getting people to do things is an essential skill for leaders. Rather than through deception or directive the leader is able to organically cultivate the necessary buy-in from their staff.
PRIMER EP. 9: Extracurricular and the principal
Effectively planning ahead for issues related to extracurricular activities will help principals enjoy those events without unnecessary problems
PRIMER Ep. 8: Developing Assistant Principals
We share better ways to develop assistant principals to prepare them for the principalship and best practices for current and aspiring assistant principals.
PRIMER Ep. 7: Meetings that Matter
Learn how to prepare and execute effective catalytic meetings that support a culture of involving people in decisions that impact them.
PRIMER Ep. 6: Committing to Delegate
The principal should concentrate on the jobs only a principal can do. A good strategy for delegation will allow the principal to become an instructional leader.
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Great new leadership show.
I stumbled across this show via a Twitter chat. Glad I did. Listened to the episode regarding teams and learned a bunch of helpful pointers. Anybody that references Pat Lencioni has instant leadership credibility with me. Keep up the good work.
Leaders leading new leaders!
Don't rack your brain. Don't reinvent the wheel. Reach out to experts and learn the lessons they have to teach you in order to be a successful leader in education. Don't miss this podcast!
Should be required listening for all principals!
Incredibly practical information from two guys who obviously know what it takes to be successful campus leaders.