The Myth of Work/Life Balance

Work/Life balance is a myth. I know, you don’t want to hear that, but it’s the truth. The myth of work/life balance is based on the lie/premise that you can control either. And the truth is that you can’t. The real secret is: **turns head to see who’s watching** HEALTHY BOUNDARIES Healthy boundaries are vitalContinue reading “The Myth of Work/Life Balance”

T-R-U-S-T

A small, five letter word that carries more weight than almost anything else in our lives. A huge component of good leadership is building trust. Most of the time, the focus of the conversation is about building trust within a team, with colleagues, etc. Rarely, does that conversation shift to the other side of theContinue reading “T-R-U-S-T”

Leadership and Learning – Part One

My last post, The Importance of Staying Connected, was completely focused on the need to stay connected to classroom. As leaders, we definitely have to make time for experiencing new learning alongside classroom teachers. We should also be making time for personal growth and development. There are a variety of ways to do this: attendingContinue reading “Leadership and Learning – Part One”