The impact of COVID-19 has compelled organizations and leaders around the world to remain resilient during this time of crisis, constant change and uncertainty. All of us and in particular leaders, need to call upon their core strength and provide support to those they serve as they manage the current situation and just as importantly
The answers to the question posed in the title are“yes” and “it depends”. How you define student well-being has a lot to do with which of these answers is likely for you. So, we begin by exploring the meaning of well-being and then turn to the question of how districts might make a difference. [pdf-embedder
Strategic management, especially when done well, is important for an organizations long-term success. You need clear, well-defined goals and a plan of action to achieve those goals. It is an honour for CMCLeadership to lead these two organizations through this process. Please enjoy this article that focuses on How Districts Influence Student Success and Well-being
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In today’s global and urban business environment, diversity in the workforce is continually increasing and as a result, so is the need for culturally sensitive skills. A diverse workforce fosters innovation and maximizes profitability, talent and creativity, it is a win-win for both the employer and employee. But the key to success is in the
Recently, I had the opportunity to present and engage with Learning Futurist, author and outstanding speaker from Australia named Tony Ryan. Tony has authored eight books and manuals on innovative thinking and the future of learning, he is a consultant for universities and schools around the world, the founder of EarthMovers Foundation, the co-founder of
In late October 2017, CMCLeadership’s CEO, Catherine McCullough delivered workshops and presentations and hosted school visits in Ontario focused on leadership in education to The Holdsworth Center – an education leadership development center focused on improving the quality of public schools for Texas students.
Relationships Build Leaders Highly developed relationships are a fundamental leadership trait. Current and aspiring leaders prioritize and foster strong and trusting relationships in the workplace. Engaging in opportunities to continually reflect on your leadership practices and to have the courage to evaluate the impact your leadership has on others is key to a leaders success.