Posts Tagged ‘Reflection’

On Wilson High School and Principal Pete Cahall

June 10, 2014
Honesty, humility, and bravery burn brightly in the hearts of the best educators. Caring and generous communities empower the best in each of us. Principal Pete Cahall and the student body of Wilson High School…Read More

The Power of Improvisation: Yes, AND!

November 8, 2013
I learned from Gould faculty member Anne Rothacker that the central idea of group improvisation is “yes, AND”. Anne and her co-director, Colin Penley, brought this alive last week in their improvisational production of Shakespeare’s…Read More

Malala Yousafzai – Children Do Lead

September 5, 2013
You’ve probably heard of Malala Yousafzai even if you can’t recall her name. At 16, she is one of the most powerful moral voices of our time. A leader on behalf of the power of…Read More

Seth Godin on Respect and Love

June 28, 2013
Seth Godin, marketing smart-guy and popular blogger, recently posted about the path from respect to love. Here’s a bit of his message: Without respect, don’t expect love. There are too many options and too much…Read More

What would you ask yourself six months from now?

February 16, 2013
This past July I attended the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Institute for New Heads of School. One of our exercises was to write ourselves a note, postmarked for six months into the future.…Read More