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District Leadership  |  Organizational Leadership & Change Management  |  School Leadership

Cultivating Leadership Effectiveness & Wellness

Every teacher has a purpose. Every teacher has a reason that they entered the classroom. For some, that purpose originated when they were a student in school. For others, it was an unbridled passion for their content area. Each teacher’s own “why” is what makes them unique and valuable members of their school. However when adversity strikes, purpose is often the first thing that a teacher puts down. In fact, what may seem noble in spirit, the selflessness of forgoing one’s purpose to serve others is often misguided. 

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District Leadership  |  Innovative Leadership  |  Organizational Leadership & Change Management  |  School Leadership

Why We Need Elements of Leadership

This past September, Education Elements conducted a Leadership Pulse Check Survey of school leaders throughout the country. The results indicated a collective and hopeful outlook, despite the fact that we are living in such challenging and unprecedented times, where our needs and constraints shift on a regular basis.

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