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Having a "Can Do" Attitude...

I have had the unique experience of transitioning from Middle School as an instructional coach to Elementary as an Assistant Principal.

If you put a kindergarten parent side by side with a parent of an entering middle schooler, I am sure their fears and concerns would be very similar. 425 more words

Instructional Leadership

Why Great Presidents Are Often Psychopaths

What do these presidents have in common? Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy. When I saw that question posed by University of California Irvine neuroscientist James Fallon, my response was that they were the three most popular presidents of the 20th century. 472 more words

Leadership

Sandra Rivera

Title: Vice President
Company: Duff & Phelps
Location: Pittsburg, CA United States

After beginning her career in the tech industry as a receptionist, Sandra Rivera was then promoted to an administrative assistant position, and eventually advanced to a high level tech professional. 173 more words

Business Administration

NFP Leaders Better Get Used To Wearing Some New Hats

By Chris Gandy

One of the most common questions we are asked by Not for Profit Boards who find themselves in a position of suddenly having to search for a new Chief Executive is: 929 more words

Chris Gandy

Molly G. Slater

Title: Account Development Executive
Company: West Corporation
Location: Omaha, NE United States

After only eight years of service, Molly G. Slater has made significant progress in climbing the corporate ladder. 327 more words

Customer Service

Modernize Leadership: Engage and Empower

In a previous post, I described how today’s management techniques reflect outdated assumptions of technology-enabled practices, human behavior, and the meaning of success. That’s why organizations must shift to what I’m calling  577 more words

Customer Experience

5 ways for professional services companies to humanise digital engagement

Publishing and promoting great content has become table stakes for professional services companies and it is expected by their target market. Competing companies have to constantly produce and promote thought leadership in order to differentiate themselves. 685 more words

Executive Leadership