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Katie Rediger and Greg Carlson

Katie Rediger is a Partner at Education Elements with a background in both public health and education. After more than a decade in the field - from working as an elementary classroom teacher to leading large-scale research studies with school districts across the country - Katie has seen firsthand that schools grow when people grow. Greg Carlson is the Founder of Leading Well. After 13 years of teaching, leading, and designing schools, he established Leading Well to empower fellow educators in improving their physical, emotional, and cognitive well-being so they can show up for their communities.

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District Leadership  |  School Leadership  |  Teams & Culture

Practice Makes Purposeful Habits: Three Essential Practices for Lasting Change

Leading change, whether systemic or individual, requires strong habits. Last month I had the opportunity to chat with Greg Carlson, Founder of Leading Well, about how to create purposeful habits, and how strong habits can help one move from reactive and ad-hoc motions to strategic and lasting practices. From our conversation came three essential practices which together create a framework for lasting change – whether working to improve the physical and mental wellness of a single educator, or to create a thriving culture in your school system.  At Education Elements and Leading Well, we believe that through alignment to purpose, consistency, and continuous improvement we can continually strive to realize our goals. What follows is a synopsis of our reflections on leading change through purposeful habits.  

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