Join Ted weekly for lessons in leadership and reflective practices that will allow you to grow both personally and professionally. Every other week there will be guests to help you build a greater understanding on a variety of topics that are relevant to everyone and anyone who cares about kids.
Ted Neitzke is a professional educator and believes that anyone who has influence over another person is a leader. Ted has dedicated his life to paying back the high school teachers who changed his life by believing in him and inspired him to teach and lead in schools.
Episode 202: It’s All About the Base (Leadership & Tools)
We need to get better at understanding the needs of those around us. Take a listen as we review Maslow's Hierarchy of needs and how to apply it in the realm of engagement in the classroom and the workplace.
List the ways in which you can support others on the hierarchy.
Describe where you think you operate most days on the hierarchy.
Frame for yourself a process so that you can engage those you serve so they can reach the summit.
Episode 201: Just Keep Charging AND… (Reflection & Process)
Join us for a discussion on how we can better support the weird world we are living in by focusing on both sides of the coin. This episode focuses on the idea that we are in an "AND" world right now that is fueling debate and conflict. However, we focus on how to charge into this storm optimistically!!!!
Describe your strategy to support others in an AND world.
List people you need to go and support
Reflect upon your AND’s and seek out others who can create lift for you.
Episode 200: Look For The Leaders (Reflection & Tool)
If you focus on looking for leadership, you will see that it is all around you! Join us for the 200th episode and a strategy to grow leadership in every environment!
List leadership that has already occurred around you today
Describe your worldview and how you see leadership
Describe how you will reinforce the leadership that is all around you.
Episode 199: How We Show Up (Reflection and Tools)
How do you show up in any given situation? Join us for a discussion and assessment tool to help you frame every day and interaction so that you are: optimistic, energetic, and motivated!
Describe how you show up?
Describe your process for assessing how others show up.
Reflect on what you need to do if you are not prepared to show up.
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Episode 198: Complimenting v. Criticizing (Leadership and Tactics)
What is your complement to criticism ratio? Take a listen as we reflect upon how we've forgotten the art of reinforcement in our leadership.
List behaviors you need to change within yourself to get the most of those around you
Describe a way that you can complement others
Track your compliment v. criticism ration this week.
Episode 197: A Conversation With A Physician About All Things Covid In 2021 (Reflection)
Join me for a conversation with David C Brousseau, MD - professor and chief of emergency medicine, at the Medical College of Wisconsin as we discuss how to approach this school year. Hear his advice around protecting ourselves, what he is seeing and what he believes will happen as we move into the fall and winter.
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