Rising Leaders Guide to Change and Innovation: Creating Value

Zach GautierRising Leaders’ Guide to Change and Innovation, The CACE RoundtableLeave a Comment

Rising Leaders' Guide to Change and Innovation: Creating Value

Having permission to drive your own advancement gives a gentle nudge to think beyond the current circumstances or one’s current position and reflect on the skills and abilities that God has given you. Once an honest self-assessment is completed, a person can consider how to apply these abilities to the challenges facing the school.

Rising Leaders’ Guide to Change and Innovation: Guiding the Throttle of Change (Part 2)

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Rising Leaders' Guide to Change and Innovation Guiding the Throtle of Change Part 2

Effective change management requires that leaders throttle the rate of change for all stakeholders. Particularly during the recent pandemic, leaders have had to reduce or streamline long-term desired changes in order to make space for the changes necessary right now.

In the second part of “Guiding the Throttle of Change”, Ellen Barrett and Mark Dixon explain how you must slow down to go fast.

Rising Leaders’ Guide to Change and Innovation: Guiding the Throttle of Change (Part 1)

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Rising Leaders' Guide to Change and Innovation: Guiding the Throttle of Change

We are living in a time of rapid and forced educational change. In our role as school leaders, our passion for our product is what prompts us to identify changes needed in our schools. However, leaders do not always reflect on the distinct process that healthy change requires, particularly when circumstances force expeditious change. School leaders are faced with this … Read More

Finish Well

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Finish Well

In these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever that we, as faculty, help students finish well. We can do that in three ways: engage students’ minds, maintain expectations, and communicate gratitude.

Chasing “likes”

Tim Van SoelenThe CACE Roundtable1 Comment

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” This quotation is attributed to Teddy Roosevelt as he often demonstrated a joy-filled life in the leadership positions he was called to serve. Given that his life journey was not an easy one, it would have made sense for him to stop and compare, allowing joy to be stolen. He lost his first wife … Read More

Considering the Power of Bilingual Christian Education

Nathan JohnsonThe CACE Roundtable

Let’s say a world-renowned soccer expert happens to observe your preschooler, and then approaches you saying, “Excuse me, but I just have to tell you that your child has ridiculous potential to become a soccer star.” Odds are you will enroll your future standout in a soccer program before the end of the week. What if I told you that … Read More