School Leadership Reimagined - 5 Traps that Threaten the Success of Your School Improvement Efforts this year

EPISODE 115


Summer Rewind: 5 Traps that Threaten
the Success of Your School Improvement Efforts this year

Biggest 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 cheat our change efforts and we often don’t even realize it. Much of the way that we were taught to lead change actually dampens our impact.
  • Real change is possible. Done correctly, you can have a massive impact on your school.

Have you ever wondered why your change efforts lose steam over time? There’s a reason for that. In fact, there are 5 BIG reasons, I call them TRAPS that seriously threaten the success of our change efforts and keep us from achieving the momentum we need to reach our goals.

This week, we're revisiting Episode 15 where we go through these 5 traps one by one and show you why they are so insidious and exactly what you need to do to avoid them #LikeABuilder.

Check out these highlights:
  • Is there ever a time when you should act like a “boss?”
  • Why most change efforts lose steam over time
  • Why starting from scratch can kill your momentum and what you should do instead.
  • The real reason why we tinker at the edges of change instead of committing to wholesale transformation.
  • How we undermine our change efforts by skipping this very important first step.
  • Why “change on the cheap” is actually pretty costly.
  • The number one reason that our change efforts lose momentum and waste valuable time and resources.
  • How to achieve more meaningful and lasting change with less effort.
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