Leadership desicions

1. I know my purpose

Nr 1 of 40 decisions every teacher must make. Decide your purpose Why are you a teacher?What attracted you to this profession?What do you want to accomplish?What do you want to be remembered for? Your challenge Write down your purpose and explain it in less than 60 words.Here is my purpose: To empower teachers to become their best selves through books, e-books, lectures, and workshops.Here is another example: My purpose is to give children hope that they may learn, achieve, and see their potential.What is your purpose?Many of the following questions and challenges will help you find specific ways to

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Leadership Decisions

3. I know how to enter a room

Nr 3 av 40 decisions every teacher must make. Decide your type of entrance into a room.  You have three choices. A. A passive, informal, defensive, or laid-back entrance. B. A neutral, unobtrusive, non-descript entrance. C. An offensive, positive, ”we’re going to get a lot of things done” entrance. You can also close a door in these three ways or say ”Good morning” in these three ways.  Your challenge: Experiment with different ways of entering a room. Try out option C. but do it your way. Observe your own and the group’s reactions. Just remember, the students are watching you and

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Leadership Decisions

2. I know how to walk down the corridor.

Nr 2 of 40 decisions every teacher must make Decide your way of walking around the school. Children, young adults, and even your colleagues, consciously or unconsciously, are making decisions about who you are, what you want, and how seriously you approach your profession. Yes, we all walk differently, some slow, some fast, some stopping to talk, some in a hurry, but do you walk with purpose? Your determination and professionalism can be seen simply by observing your movements. Your challenge: Experiment with walking with just a bit of more purpose and pride. Observe how this makes you feel. Observe how

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