Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Law of Diminishing Intent

Originally posted on How Leaders Manage :
Many times as managers, coaches, or leaders we think we have to become experts in a new area before we take the step and try something new.  The people we lead do the same…

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10 Awesome Interview Questions to Really Get to Know Job Candidates

Originally posted on Leading with Trust:
The last few weeks I’ve been focused on hiring a new team member. Although time-consuming and laborious, it’s one of the most important things I do and is one responsibility a leader can’t delegate. I…

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Henry Ford’s Advice

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8 Habits of Effective Critical Thinkers

Originally posted on The Organized Executive's Blog:
This is a guest post by Jen Lawrence. Critical thinking – the ability to make decisions, solve problems, and take appropriate action – has been identified as a key skill by educators…

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K12 Hopes to Open Virtual School in North Carolina, Despite Record of Failure Elswhere

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Lindsay Wagner of NC Policy Watch reports that the virtual charter corporation K12 is hoping to open an online school in North Carolina. ? K12 was founded by Michael and Lloyd Milken and…

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I’m Not Old….

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The Law Of The Garbage Truck

Originally posted on Practical Practice Management:
This is a great little story, one that you can remember easily and share with others when they need to hear it. The Law of The Garbage Truck One day I hopped in a…

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ALEC Meets Today in Dallas to Plan for More Privatization

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
The Progressive.com managed to get a copy of ALEC’s agenda for its 41st annual meeting in Dallas. ALEC wants to eviscerate Medicaid, support fracking, and expand charter schools in hopes of destroying America’s…

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Commission established to study essential programs and services

Originally posted on Maine DOE Newsroom:
The Commission to Strengthen the Adequacy and Equity of Certain Cost Components of the School Funding Formula was established pursuant to Resolve 2014, Chapter 114 and held its first meeting on July 25. The…

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