Monthly Archives: August 2015

Reflecting on the #SASPA15 conference 

Sharing my thoughts this morning  SASPA reflections Advertisements

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A leader’s everyday decision 

 Busyness vs being strategic & finding alignment  

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NZ students honour the passing of a very humble and loved teacher-leader

The video shows students relating to the passing of a colleague as expressed through a haka. Ponder Is the student(s) – teacher(s) relationship always mattering?  Is there a life-long enduring quality? A haka for the passing of a teacher and … Continue reading

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Fully ‘being’ in a relational experience 

Go to the bottom of the page to the YouTube clip and press play (hold your breath).  Wait for the guy with the red shirt to stand up http://6guys.littlethings.com/a-cappella-hotel-california/?utm_source=TS&utm_medium=Facebook&utm_campaign=performances

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Our words matter

Napoleon once said, “Leaders are dealers in hope”. As such, “the ability to be critical without being cynical is a hallmark of effective leadership”.

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Privileging leadership 

Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success;leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall.~Covey

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Our attitude in apparent defeat 

“We were disappointed with the result but are excited about trying to fix it”

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