As a self-confessed data nerd, my love of data comes from the insights it can provide. Here are 12 key tips to keep in mind when approaching the collection and use of data individually, and as an organisation. Also, what leaders need to do to enable a great data gathering and sharing culture.
In October last year I set out to learn from podcasts.. I started with a couple of shows, added a few more, unsubscribed, added a few more again, and now have a selection I regularly listen to throughout the week. If you are considering listening to podcasts as a form of learning, either about leadership, personal development or other topic of interest, here is my current show list and why I listen to them.
Cold showers and self-experiments – how having one can be a pathway to testing ideas for self-development. Use these approaches to approach your own self-experimentation in a safe and effective way to maximise learning.
How much time do you spend in the learning zone compared to the performance zone? Discover some simple techniques to help you be more deliberate with your learning to help yourself improve.
Educational leadership is critical to help systems across Australia meet the challenges faced by our current and future citizens. It is not merely the efforts of helping teachers be the best they can be in their craft, but it is the manner in which leaders interact with all across the organisation that helps sustain change efforts, ultimately helping to lift student outcomes. This is a summary of themes shared at the 2017 ACEL Conference – Respect the Past, Lead the Present, Shape the Future.
Education and learning and often used as descriptors interchangeably for the process by which humans learn about a topic, concept or skill. However, there is a difference.
Take 9 minutes to be challenged in your thinking about what makes a great leader, and how you might prepare yourself to be the leader you want to be now, and for the future we have yet to know.