Common Leadership Pitfalls for Beginning Administrators

Steven WeberBlog, Lead Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR Districts should have an onboarding process that includes coaching and support for beginning administrators. Develop a plan and don’t let email become a distraction to your role as a district administrator. Use time blocking to become more disciplined and focus on the district’s priorities. Onboarding Needed When educators begin working in the district office, there are several common pitfalls … Read More

Spring Learning

Nilmini Ratwatte-HenstridgeBlog, Manage Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Sri Lankan Diaspora hold their heritage close to their hearts. They celebrate a new year on April 13-14th each year. A virtual choice board is available for educators to use to discover the beautiful historic island of Sri Lanka. There are three spring learning guidelines to help you be happy and feel inspired: find balance, make a to-do list, … Read More

Self-Care Starts With YOU!

Lindsay TitusBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Understand your self-worth by becoming aware of the thoughts you have, accept yourself as you are today, acknowledge where you want to go, and take aligned action. Self-care actions include redefining what self-care looks like, celebrating yourself in the mirror, accepting your thoughts, listening to a podcast, dancing to your favorite song, and more! Over the past couple of … Read More

3 Strategies For Better Time Management

Jeff GargasBlog, Manage Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Time management strategies include tracking then analyzing your usage, using calendar blocking, and implementing the Ivy Lee Method. Remember that implementing new strategies takes time and you likely won’t be consistent at first. Better time management means efficiency increases. This leads to feeling better, performing better, working better, and more free time. If you’re like me, your time is … Read More