This is the final post in a series I published this summer that introduced blog themes that connected popular and important posts from recent years.
This week’s post is drawn from my book, Leadership 180: Daily Meditations on School Leadership.
The 180 “mediations” contained within Leadership 180 promote the fundamental skills and attributes of effective leaders. The brief essays are intended in be read in just a few minutes and to evoke one or more actions that will benefit students or the broader school community.
Here’s an example on the importance of having simple, clear, and actionable plans rather than losing clarity and momentum with overly-complex plans.