This article by Eric Sheninger was written in 2017, life before the pandemic.  His explanation of what it takes to be a successful leader is one I think everyone should read.  We often lose touch with “the other side” which leads to less empathy and understanding.  Sheninger states, “Leaders know that it is not the work of one person that moves an organization in a positive direction, but rather the collective efforts of all.”  In these unsettling times in the world of education, this is more important than ever.  We need to get back to working together for a common cause, the students.  When every stakeholder cares enough about the end goal and also has a desire to reach that goal, together the force will be unstoppable. 


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