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Episode 106 – Can Assistant Principals Be Builders?

EPISODE 106 Can Assistant Principals Be Builders?Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:As an assistant principal, you must learn to bloom where you are planted.Although it may be frustrating to work for a boss or even a leader, you have an important opportunity to learn how to sell your ideas to others. This will prepare you […]

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Episode 105 – Is There Ever A Time When You Just Need To Be A Boss?

EPISODE 105 Is There Ever A Time When You Just Need To Be A Boss?Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:The temptation to go “boss-mode” is real. But, the consequences both in the short-term and the long-term are grave.No matter what situation you are facing, Buildership always has an answer that helps you deal with the […]

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Episode 104 – When Your People Are Hurting

EPISODE 104When Your People Are HurtingBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Bosses avoid painful topics and as a result, make the wounds even deeper.Leaders try to deal with painful topics with compassion, but if they don’t handle them correctly, they end up unintentionally re-traumatizing those in pain, and leaving everyone feeling more despair as nothing […]

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Episode 103 – The Problem IS the Solution

EPISODE 103The Problem IS the SolutionBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Bosses tend to make problems go away (or ignore it altogether). That doesn’t actually solve the problem and can actually make problems fester and metastasize.Leaders look for solutions. The problem is, without really understand the problem, most solutions become temporary Band-Aids at best and […]

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Episode 102 – How to Receive Tough Feedback

EPISODE 102How to Receive Tough FeedbackBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Bosses rarely solicit feedback and when they get it, they tend to dismiss it.Leaders often personalize feedback. Unfortunately, this results is hurt feelings, resentment, or reacting. None of these feels very good or is very productive.Builders process all feedback through their vision, mission, and […]

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Episode 101 – 3 Things You Should Be Doing to Make Your Meetings Better

EPISODE 1013 Things You Should Be Doing to Make Your Meetings BetterBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Most meetings bosses conduct really should have been emails. They focus on disseminating information rather than solving real problems.Leaders often leave their meetings vulnerable to being hijacked by others with hidden agendas.The more you become a Builder, the […]

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Episode 100 – An Intimate Conversation About Buildership

EPISODE 100An Intimate Conversation About BuildershipBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:The moment you start seeing your work through the lens of Buildership™, you are a Builder, even if your work isn’t perfect yet.Buildership™ is a journey, not a destination. We all get better and better at it every day.The more you become a Builder, […]

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Episode 99 – How you see your work makes all the difference

EPISODE 99How You See Your Work Makes All The DifferenceBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Bosses approach their work as a series of tasks. Thus, they work really hard but never feel that they are accomplishing anything meaningful.Leaders approach their work as a series of goals that need to be accomplished. But, they never question […]

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Episode 98 – How to Build Your Master Schedule

EPISODE 98How to Build Your Master Schedule Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Bosses have Process-Driven master schedules. They often put off the process until the last minute (or delegate it to someone else), go through the motions in order to complete the paperwork, and never really consider how the master schedule can drive the work […]

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Episode 97 – Why Builders Never Ask Anyone to Do Anything

EPISODE 97Why Builders Never Ask Anyone to Do AnythingBiggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:Bosses command others to do things. They think it’s so that they cannot be told “no.” But, even if you command others, they can still say “no” by their actions.Leaders try to ask others to do things. They waste time trying […]

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