leadership

Dealing With the Unspoken Issues Male Early Childhod Educators Face

Ginsberg, Mason, Nelson, Boyden

pic Many of the biggest challenges men in early childhood education face are taboo topics that are rarely openly discussed. This segment brings together four male early childhood educators in a heart to heart conversation about these unspoken challenges and how to deal with them.
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Why Education Leaders Can't Succeed Without Thinking Globally

Holly Elissa Bruno with Roger Neugebauer, Daniel Hollinger, Susan Offutt

pic Think Globally? You have to be kidding, right? Education leaders are overwhelmed by unprecedented economic realities, academic challenges and an array of domestic regulatory and social issues. Who has time or energy to think about global education issues? Moreover, why is it important? Our guests today explain why thinking about education in the global context matters and shares insights on smart ways to begin to introduce a global perspective.
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Dealing With People You Can't Stand

Dr. Rick Kirschner with Holly Elissa Bruno

pic Let's face it. Some of the people we have to work with and lead are people we would never associate with otherwise. You know the types, pushy, know- it- alls, whiners. How do you lead people who offend your sensibilities at the deepest levels? Listen up and get some practical guidelines.
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Leading Effectively With Humor

Luis Hernandez with Holly Elissa Bruno

pic One of the most effective tools in a leaders tool kit is humor. Used well, it can disarm, motivate, establish common ground, lower resistance to new ideas, show empathy, and create a winning team spirit. Misused humor can offend and even lead to lawsuits. This segment provides tips on the effective use of humor for leaders in education.
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