Category Archives: Great Results

The Three Types of Educators at Your School

 All leaders are educators, but there are three distinct types you will need to identify. Whether in schools, on courts, or in offices, everyone in a leadership position is in a role of developing people and becomes responsible for encouraging their growth.  In fact, the organization’s success is largely dependent on the leader’s ability to teach […]

Team Vision, Missions, Tasks, and Times to Define Purpose and Goals

Your team needs to define both its vision and its mission to be successful. While they are often misunderstood and confused with one another, a VISION is what you want to be known for as an organization – it is the ideal imagined result you ultimately want your company to accomplish, and should be challenging  […]

Technology Cannot Replace Student or Teacher Teamwork

 The integration of technology into the hands of your students has likely been a topic of much discussion, but it will never replace the importance of teacher teamwork or the environment that a quality classroom provides. Whether by laptops, I-pads, smart-boards, or smart phones, your classroom has in all likelihood already been invaded by technology.  […]

Six Obstacles To Teacher Teamwork and Success

Wearing the same uniform does not make a group a strong team, and Teacher Teamwork does not happen on its own. Unfortunately, although setting a school goal is important, the identification of a unifying goal does not ensure your group will work together through adversity to accomplish it. To ensure your people reach their stated […]

Eight Great Motivational Video Clips for Inspiring Your Team

 Every team, at some point in their time together, needs the boost of motivational videos or an inspiring message delivered to help them get through adversity or regain an emotional intensity that may have begun to diminish… As a team leader, your main job is to inspire the people you lead. Below are eight great […]

Who is the Sandpaper Person on Your Team?

Does someone on your team rub you the wrong way? You know the one – the person that pushes your buttons and zigs when you want to zag? You probably have a person in mind right now.  The one that for some reason you just don’t get along with and really don’t even like to be […]

Better Teamwork Begins With Training Your Eyes to See the Best in Your Teammates

There is no magic pill for building better teamwork, but one of the most important keys is helping your team realize that they will likely often see only what thy look for in those they have the responsibility to inspire and develop. A team leaders attention should therefore be modified, for what leaders train their […]