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The Foundational Elements of Educational Leadership

The Foundational Elements of Educational Leadership

Educational leaders are not limited to positions such as superintendents, principals, or college presidents. Instead, educational leaders exist anywhere that aims to influence and guide policymakers, teachers, parents, and students towards a common goal, based in...

Can Conflict Be Constructive?

Can Conflict Be Constructive?

Leaders spend between 20 and 40 percent of an average workday managing conflict. In an ideal world administrators, teachers, and parents work together for the common good of children. Unfortunately, conflict is inevitable, and dealing with it is a part of an...

Self-Management Instead of Time Management

Self-Management Instead of Time Management

Time management is one of the most common skills that people point to when asked about their strengths. Whether applying to college, interviewing for jobs, or completing a performance review, people are conditioned to believe that there is a proper way to manage time...

Essential Habits of Educational Leadership

Essential Habits of Educational Leadership

Reflecting on the details that encompass teaching and learning helps to enrich education on every level. While many consider educational leaders to exist strictly within school systems, there are actually many educational leaders outside of the classroom. These...

Effective Leadership For Remote Work

Effective Leadership For Remote Work

Leading a remote team is never easy, and when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States earlier this year, many leaders were thrust into remote leadership positions suddenly and unexpectedly. With this came various challenges such including technological,...

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