Professional athletes have coaches, so why should professional Christian school leaders be any different? People at the top of their game benefit from coaching; to desire coaching demonstrates a desire to improve from a position of strength.
Crisis Mode: 10 Keys to Unlock Thriving in Christian School Leadership – Part 4 of 5
There are many keys needed in order for a leader to thrive before, during, and after a crisis, but one thing that absolutely can’t go missing is communication.
Crisis Mode: 10 Keys to Unlock Thriving in Christian School Leadership – Part 3 of 5
Leadership is hard, and school leaders benefit from the opportunity to process situations, events, and their own leadership. Schools that provide access to and support for self-stewardship and counseling better serve and will be better served by their school leaders. School leaders and their boards should prioritize resources that promote mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
Crisis Mode: 10 Keys to Unlock Thriving in Christian School Leadership – Part 2 of 5
School leaders thrive in places that provide support through strong leadership teams, support staff, and others who both balance and add to the leader’s strengths and weaknesses. Schools would do well to cultivate leadership teams that feature individuals with gifts that complement and empower each other.
Crisis Mode: 10 Keys to Unlock Thriving in Christian School Leadership – Part 1 of 5
Leading is hard. Leading during an unforeseen crisis is even harder. We must see each crisis not as something to white-knuckle our way through but as an invitation to growth and transformation as Christian leaders and school communities.