Hey, although these might seem tough times it is what we as leaders were trusted to do when we were appointed.
Your job as a leader is to be microscopic on the present and telescopic towards the future.
In less than 100 hours we went from organizing a possible break in school to a mandated two week closing.
We went from canceling a few sporting events to being self-quarantined and no gathering of ten or more people.
Some states have already canceled their end of year assessments, some are telling schools to start preparing for a full digital platform through the end of the year.
Looking at our third and fourth quarter Principal Checklist through our Blue Print4Success program there are some critical organizational objectives (enrollment, hiring, strategic planning, budgeting) you need to be thinking on.
We have so many unknowns over the next 30 days every day matters to the future success. There is one thing I know for sure...
If you are like me you like lists. You cannot start your day without writing down some sort of plan, some list of items that you aim to accomplish that day. Now, if you are even more like me that list is probably filled with items that are either not the most important tasks you should be focused on that day. Working with school leaders across the country I have learned there is one major difference between the good and the great. The great are relentless when it comes to how they can best utilize their time and develop their team.
Watch the video or read below to learn three three items that should be on your “to do” list every single day as a leader that you are probably overlooking!
Develop your top people: Leadership author Liz Wiseman stated, “Leaders who are multipliers increase intelligence in people and in organizations. The people on the team actually get smarter and more capable thanks to the people around them.” As a leader you need to spend...