Tag Archives: Seth Godin

My Experiences with “Thought Leadership” and Personal Writing and My Own Professional Development

Tweet Image via Wikipedia This entry cross posted to Leadertalk. I found Scott McCleod’s PDF handout on the 100 Principal Blog project almost 3 years ago when I took the initiative to start my school principal‘s blog. My tech integrator … Continue reading

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Just Giving a Test and Teaching the Content = “Just doing my Job”

Tweet I’ve heard it three times in the last week. “I have to teach the content.” Is it just me, or is this the same as saying “I’m just doing my job”? Do we work in a factory?  Do we … Continue reading

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Inquire, Assume or Punt: Three Choices in Presentations

Tweet Seth Godin, my new guru says we have to do three things if we are going to present to an audience considering that many, if not all of the members have read, heard, or seen everything you’re going to … Continue reading

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