Monthly Archives: February 2017

Our Unique Value as Educators

George Couros has opened up a line of thinking that needs encouragement in our New Zealand setting – in his Being a Void that is Felt┬áhe stresses the need for each individual teacher to view themselves as uniquely valuable and … Continue reading

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Questions When School Leaders are Exploring

In my last post about persisting with questions I focussed on problems and negative things. What about exploring questions and actions to grow school capacity and thinking about change? As a leader are you being told what you want to … Continue reading

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Questions when doubtful?

This focus point jumped at me as I read the Business Section of the New Zealand Herald on Friday 3 February; Kate Jorgensen, Kiwi Rail CFO – “my real lesson is that you get an answer and something in your … Continue reading

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