Tips and Tales from the road
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Sometimes we need something more potent than an attitude adjustment to make healthy and sustainable changes in life.
I love what I do for a living, though it does mean a significant part of my time spent with fingers on keyboard and eyes on screen. With my recent move to a new location, I’m still figuring out my new workspace and how to arrange it in an ergonomically correct...
Last week I extolled the virtues of goosebumps as a metaphor for recognizing and pursuing your purpose. This week I’d like to consider another physical sensation that can signal something important in your leadership search, or...
What do goosebumps have to do with the leadership job search? Hint: it has nothing to do with fear.
What do tulip hunting and the leadership job search have in common?
In honor of earth day, a pause to ponder pause-abilities and the meaning of it all.
What if the international school community took a cue from the Biden administration and focused on building ‘the caring economy’ in our schools?
Sexual harassment and violence against women in international schools is real. What are we doing as an international school community to address this scourge?
Is the B word an insult… or a huge compliment? Making the case for the latter.
In honor of International Women’s Day, let’s take a cue from the film Jerry Maguire and pledge to eliminate the pay gap for women leaders in international schools.