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J Anderson
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Education leader passionate about connecting people to purpose.
Education leader passionate about connecting people to purpose.

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5+2: Affirmations & Rethinks
With the upcoming #npc17 upon us, I’ve done some reflecting from this past year and what I would like to learn more about going forward. Here are my 5 + 2: Five leadership affirmations and two rethinks. A1- Leadership relationships, like emotions, are not s...
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One Person
I've always been a proponent of the power of relationships in learning. My recent experiences and learning confirmed and extended my belief to further pursue a greater understanding of others' impacts on my learning.   Steve Gilliland stated: "One person, i...
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Setting boundaries to succeed
As part of my summer reading, I came the 1911 story of the expedition race to the sourth pole between Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott (in Great by Choice by JIm Collins, & in Essentialism by Greg McKeown).  Scott's team w alked as far as possible on good da...
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Being All In
Most of us who have ever heard of the great American leader Abraham Lincoln will recall what he said of his mother: “All that I am, all that I hope to be, I owe to my Angel mother.” (in Abraham Lincoln’s Philosophy of Common Sense, ed. Edward J. Kempf, 1965...
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Random lessons
I have become comfortable in being constant in failure. That is not to mean I haven't had successes; I've been blessed in that regards - better than I deserve. Redefining failure may be necessary. It is failure to arrive at a level I am completely satisfied...
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The 4 Practices of Servant Leadership in Schools
The concept of Servant Leadership is something of a misunderstood but very desirable leadership style. Considered to be "soft leadership," Servant Leadership is rather challenging, as it requires fantastic levels of emotional vesting. Many people want to be...
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Watched this (again).  So many words of wisdom...
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This is fantastic!
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