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5 Traps that Threaten the Success of Your Change Efforts ​This ​Year

Episode 15 – ​​5 Traps that Threaten the Success of Your Change Efforts ​This ​Year

​EPISODE 1​5​​5 Traps that Threaten the Success of Your Change Efforts ​This ​YearBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:​​​Buildership is not a hat you can take on and off when it suits you. In order to be a true Builder, you must meet every challenge, every situation like a Builder.​​There are several ways that we […]

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How to Write Your Strategic Plan Like a Builder

Episode 14 – How to Write Your Strategic Plan Like a Builder

​EPISODE 14How to Write Your Strategic Plan Like a BuilderBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:​​Your SIP plan is a promise that you are making to your students and their families. It’s almost like a guarantee you’re offering that says, if you come into this school, here’s what we can promise you’ll gain from the […]

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How Your Will Driver May Be Unintentionally De-Motivating Teachers And What You Can Do About It

Episode 6 – How Your Will Driver May Be Unintentionally De-Motivating Teachers And What You Can Do About It

​EPISODE ​​6How Your Will Driver May Be Unintentionally De-Motivating Teachers And What You Can Do About ItBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:​​​All of us has a Dominant Will Driver. If you don’t recognize and understand your Dominant Will Driver, it can seriously undermine your ability to motivate and influence those you serve.​​​Once you understand […]

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The Antidote to Judgement

Episode 4 – ​​​The Antidote to Judgement

​EPISODE 4​​​The Antidote to JudgementBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:​If you are judging anyone, you cannot influence them.​The antidote to judgment is curiosity.​There are specific things you can be curious about and a great way to remember them is to remember the VIBES acronym where V=Values, I=Identifiers, B=Beliefs, E=Emotional Triggers, and S=Stated or Secret […]

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4 Conversations You Can Use to Hold Teachers Accountable

Episode 3 – ​​4 Conversations You Can Use to Hold Teachers Accountable

4 Conversations You Can Use to Hold Teachers AccountableBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:When a teacher violates an agreement Bosses issue mandates and threats, Leaders try to convince or cajole people to change, but Builders have a strategic conversation that gets to the root of the problem and secures a firm commitment from teachers […]

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