This week, Eklund Consultant Lesley Fisher shares how leading children can help us remember the importance of leading adults.
Nathan Eklund describes how Eklund Consulting uses data, such as the School Workplace Satisfaction Survey, to help make schools great places to work.
Never mind the title of this post. Nathan Eklund wants to ask a better question. "Do you think?"
You have the people. It is your job to flame the fire, ignite their passion.
Players love to play.
Teachers love to teach.
How a leader chooses to reach out to those that will oppose or will be most negatively affected by the plan is, ultimately, the key to a healthy organization.
Eklund Consultant Lesley Fisher sits down with Lake Bluff Superintendent to discuss how her past affects her work, how others affect her work, and her views on education.
All organizations face change and chaos. Nathan Eklund discusses a common reaction to these stressors and how these situations are opportunity to lead.
At this time of year, educators can often feel as the end of the school year cannot come fast enough. Also, it seems as though the end of the year is coming way too fast. One of our many contradictions in education. In this week's #TBT post, Nathan Eklund discusses "Crisis Mode" and why it is okay to embrace it.
A simple fact is that we probably spend more awake time in our classrooms and school offices per week than in any other one place besides asleep in bed. In that space, where are the most footprints? Behind a desk? Behind the lectern? In the front of the class by the whiteboard or smartboard?
We learn much playing on sports teams. There are important lessons learned by players, from coaches, from fans, and by fans watching other fans. Yes, there is much to be learned on a field, on a court, or in a gym. But this isn’t one of those pieces.