Educators will do just about whatever it takes to get the job done. You’d almost think they’re superhuman. Almost. But they’re not. Either are you. Superhuman only exists in comic books.
Eklund Consultant, Todd Battaglia, looks forward to a new school year, full of questions.
Oh no, the dreaded beeping in the car and then the light on the dashboard - Check Engine! Do we drive on? Do we pull over?
This week, Eklund Consultant Lesley Fisher shares how leading children can help us remember the importance of leading adults.
A few weeks ago, I went to The Goat Rodeo leadership series hosted by J. Forrest of Employee Strategies, Inc. and Nathan Eklund of Eklund Consulting. Their guest was Thad Levine, General Manager of the Minnesota Twins.
Nate Eklund discusses schools as workplaces in this video.
There is a difference, sometimes a large difference, between a job description and the actual work required to do a job.
Nate Eklund was interviewed by Louis Dzierzak for Citizens League Voice magazine. He discusses the realistic job of teaching and teacher job satisfaction.
At the center of our work is an invitation to the truly hard work of making work work. We invite groups into a space where they are doing everything from removing daily nuisances to finally grappling with long held tensions and divisions.