What is your leadership legacy?
Leadership, like life, is simply a series of moments, and every moment gives you the opportunity to leave a positive legacy for those around you.
What is the legacy you will leave when you leave your current position?
What will you be remembered for, or better still, what do you want to be remembered for?
What are the values, customs, traditions or ways of working that will exist beyond you because they have become the fabric of the organisation?
I think if I had my leadership time again I…
The Mud of Middle Leadership
Where culture and strategy go to die
Do you plan to create real change in your school? Maybe you have a cracking strategy based on research that you just know will turn your data around. Or maybe you are striving to build a culture that promotes collaboration, deprivitisation and growth mindset.
Good on you!
How’s that working for you?
Change not happening as fast as you want it to? Alignment with the vision actually looks like exhausted teachers nodding at staff meetings and then doing what…
4 Key People You Need As An Aspirant Leader
Being successful as an aspiring leader is not necessarily dependent on how hard you work.
Your success also relies on having 4 key types of supporters who will not only increase your skills and your confidence but also your visibility and access to key roles.
Don't go big, go TINY, to achieve your goals.
The seed of every habit is a single, tiny decision. James Clear Atomic Habits
If you joined me for the recent Goals with Soul session you'll know that I teach that goals are the habits that you want to create, you'll also know that one of my goals for this year is to drink more water. Specifically, my ismart goal is: By June 30th I will be regularly be drinking 2+ litres of what a day so that I feel healthier. This is not a "big picture goal" for me but it is one habit that I know will make me…
This week in coaching
Every Sunday, I share a newsletter with my list, and amongst other things, I share some of the coaching conversations that I have had. It seems that many of the themes are universal, so I will share those conversations here on the blog.
Questioning Assumptions and Back to Basics
I was coaching a Head of Learning Area in a secondary school this week, and she described 3 staff with very different personalities and how they were challenging her. Lots of ah-ha moments were shared in this coaching …
The One Thing I Could Do All Day
The one thing I could do all day, every day, is to listen to people tell their stories. To sit on my coaching couch and talk to clever women about their successes, their fears, their joy and the places at which they get stuck. Most clients will go through the motions with me but the clients I could spend all day with are the ones who are prepared to go all-in, get uncomfortable, receive feedback, question it in their own head, fight it and push through to a new solution.
I love it when it go…
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