36 min

She Called it a Manifesto. I Called it Her Jerry Maguire Moment - Beth Napleton An Imperfect Leader: The Superintendents and Leadership Podcast

    • Education

Book Update!

ImperfectLeaders! You can preorder my forthcoming book, An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action. Click on the link here. Or if there is no hyperlink, go to peterstiepleman.com, you can order it there.
My Guest: This week, Beth Napleton is my guest. Beth is a Chicago-based executive leadership coach, consultant and the owner and founder of Beth Napleton Consulting.
There are a lot of us out there offering to help school leaders, but what I like about Beth’s focus is that she leverages her extensive experience in education to help them leaders (in her words) clear out the “adult problems” that get in the way of student success. Beth has a leadership quiz available to anyone interested in their continued growth. Follow this link to access it: leadership-quiz.com.
BIO: Beth Napleton is a national award-winning teacher and has been in the education field for over 20 years, having trained close to 2,000 teachers and leaders to success. Most recently, she served as Founder and CEO of a small charter school network on the South Side of Chicago that opened in 2013. All graduates of her schools – most of them first-generation students – were all accepted to four-year colleges. 
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An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action is supported by ILAA, LLC, a firm dedicated to supporting aspiring, new, and established leaders. For more information, please find them at www.human-centeredleaders.com.
Music for An Imperfect Leader was written and arranged by Ian Varley.
Sam Falbo created our artwork, a wood-print inspired daruma doll butterfly.
www.peterstiepleman.com
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An Imperfect Leader is brought to you by EdConnective whose mission is to ensure student success through transformative teacher training.
EdConnective helps teachers move from awareness about strategies and frameworks to successful and consistent implementation. 
 
Their friendly coaches celebrate classroom success with teachers and, with concrete classroom data, support teachers in their growth, one step at a time.

I’ve been thinking about this a lot. During the pandemic, student teachers didn’t get a chance to do their student teaching with children. They started teaching in classrooms – and they need help. Across the nation, states are adopting higher expectations to make up for learning loss. That’s where EdConnective fits in.
 
Their vision is that every student deserves a great teacher, and every teacher deserves a great coach! Find out more by contacting them at EdConnective.com

 

Book Update!

ImperfectLeaders! You can preorder my forthcoming book, An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action. Click on the link here. Or if there is no hyperlink, go to peterstiepleman.com, you can order it there.
My Guest: This week, Beth Napleton is my guest. Beth is a Chicago-based executive leadership coach, consultant and the owner and founder of Beth Napleton Consulting.
There are a lot of us out there offering to help school leaders, but what I like about Beth’s focus is that she leverages her extensive experience in education to help them leaders (in her words) clear out the “adult problems” that get in the way of student success. Beth has a leadership quiz available to anyone interested in their continued growth. Follow this link to access it: leadership-quiz.com.
BIO: Beth Napleton is a national award-winning teacher and has been in the education field for over 20 years, having trained close to 2,000 teachers and leaders to success. Most recently, she served as Founder and CEO of a small charter school network on the South Side of Chicago that opened in 2013. All graduates of her schools – most of them first-generation students – were all accepted to four-year colleges. 
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An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action is supported by ILAA, LLC, a firm dedicated to supporting aspiring, new, and established leaders. For more information, please find them at www.human-centeredleaders.com.
Music for An Imperfect Leader was written and arranged by Ian Varley.
Sam Falbo created our artwork, a wood-print inspired daruma doll butterfly.
www.peterstiepleman.com
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An Imperfect Leader is brought to you by EdConnective whose mission is to ensure student success through transformative teacher training.
EdConnective helps teachers move from awareness about strategies and frameworks to successful and consistent implementation. 
 
Their friendly coaches celebrate classroom success with teachers and, with concrete classroom data, support teachers in their growth, one step at a time.

I’ve been thinking about this a lot. During the pandemic, student teachers didn’t get a chance to do their student teaching with children. They started teaching in classrooms – and they need help. Across the nation, states are adopting higher expectations to make up for learning loss. That’s where EdConnective fits in.
 
Their vision is that every student deserves a great teacher, and every teacher deserves a great coach! Find out more by contacting them at EdConnective.com

 

36 min

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