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Transforming Education: Leadership Lessons
The Transforming education podcast, hosted by Northwestern College, IA, brings you thought leaders who are inspiring and influencing education. Discover how to use your influence.
3 days ago
Building Mental Health Support with Jessica Christensen
Guest, Jessica Christensen shares about her vital work as Director of Community Development and Training for Please Pass the Love and a regional trainer for MidAmerica Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC). She helps districts build better systems to support mental health needs and offers educators tangible skill training to support their students' – and their own health. Take away tips for better building relationships and the power of restorative work. By working together, communities can address the complex and varied school mental health needs more effectively through a climate transformation! Resources: Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Network Pleasepassthelove.org Book Recommendations: Healing Our Path from Mental Health Illness, Dr. Thomas Insel
Mar 17, 2022
Hope, Mattering and Moving Forward with Angela Maiers
We’re thrilled to welcome back leader, speaker and consultant Angela Maiers to the podcast. In this episode, she shares a sneak peek of her keynote for the NWC Trauma-Informed Conference this Spring. The education guru breaks down the three parts of her current mission: hope, mattering and moving forward. Whether or not you’re able to join us for the conference, this conversation will inspire you to create structures for human-centered, community care and lean into honoring humanity. Resources: angelamaiers.com nwciowa.edu/events/trauma
Feb 28, 2022
Building Atomic Habits with Jenn David-Lang
Do you have habits that you have wanted to start, or drop? Maybe you’ve had success initially, only to return to your old routines. From the Main Idea, Jenn David-Lang is back on the podcast to discuss the key takeaways of the New York Times bestseller Atomic Habits by James Clear. With Clear’s four simple laws of human behavior and concrete strategies, we walk through how to make the tiny changes that will ultimately lead to remarkable changes. Learn how to build better habits in life and work. Resources: www.themainidea.net Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones, James Clear
Feb 3, 2022
Normalizing Mental Health Conversations with Dr. Gregg Elliott
In this episode, Northwestern’s newest graduate program director, Dr. Gregg Elliott joins the podcast. He shares his excitement for building the M.A. in School Counseling and M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs along with his passion to help fill the need for more licensed counselors. A growing number of youth and adults live with depression and/or anxiety. Consistently, thoughts of suicide among adults continue to increase. With his extensive research and work in suicide prevention and intervention, he offers guidance to support the climbing mental health needs of our students and those around us. It starts with creating a safe culture for mental health conversations.
Jan 7, 2022
Education Tech & Change with Rachel Langenhorst
Rachel Langenhorst is a lifelong learner dedicated to being a positive change agent. As a technology integrationist and instructional coach, she finds fulfillment in educating and empowering others through collaboration, creation, and connection. She speaks and instructs throughout the Midwest, focusing her efforts on technology integration strategies, social media, Internet safety, and effective teaching practices. In this episode, she shares her strategies for developing scalable models for educational technology that balances content knowledge, pedagogy, and tech integration. We also discuss her top leadership skills and advice for women in leadership.
Oct 28, 2021
Mastermind with Daniel Bauer
Mastermind with Daniel Bauer Daniel Bauer is an unorthodox Ruckus Maker who has mentored thousands of school leaders through his Better Leaders Better Schools blog, books, podcasts, and powerful coaching experiences. In this episode, we discuss his latest book Mastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School Leader. He shares valuable resources for leaders like the ABCs of a mastermind group and the gift of developing self-awareness and emotional intelligence. Resources: betterleadersbetterschools.com linkedin.com/in/danielevanbauer twitter.com/alienearbud instagram.com/alienearbud Mastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School Leader Book Recommendations: Courage is Calling: Fortune Favors the Brave, Ryan Holliday
Sep 29, 2021
Reclaiming Human Connection with Joe Beckman
As an international speaker and author, Joe Beckman’s mission is to reclaim human connection in school communities throughout the world. He has shared his message of hope to over 1000 schools. In this episode, we talk about self-worth, resiliency and his own gratitude practice. Joe brings his infectious energy, humor and passion to Northwestern College as the Leadership in Education Conference keynote speaker, this October. Resources: till360consulting.com Book Recommendations: iGen, Jean M Twenge Lost Connections, Johann Hari
Sep 13, 2021
We Belong with Dr. Laurie Barron and Dr. Patti Kinney
In this episode, we talk with educators Dr. Laurie Barron and Dr. Patti Kinney. Dr. Barron is currently the superintendent at Evergreen Public Schools in Kalispell, Montana and was recently named Montana’s superintendent of the year in 2021. Dr. Kinney has been a teacher and administrator at the middle levels of education in the state of Oregon where she was named the Oregon Assistant Principal-of-the Year in 2003. Together, they’ve co-authored a third book called We Belong: 50 Strategies to Create Community and Revolutionize Classroom Management. From their rich experiences and active research, they share the secret to every positive learning environment: belonging. All people need a place where their roots can grow deep – what if the classroom became this safe place for students! We discuss ideas for intentionally creating belonging and fostering a respectful culture. Resources: We Belong: 50 Strategies to Create Community and Revolutionize Classroom Management Book Recommendations: Building Strong Human Bridges, Ten Tools for Success, Harry Amend The Unfinished Leader, Michael Lubelfeld, Nick Polyak, and PJ Caposey
Aug 19, 2021
We Got This. Equity and Access with Cornelius Minor
Brooklyn-based educator, Cornelius Minor inspires students to believe anything is possible. He also works with teachers, school leaders, and community-based organizations to support equitable literacy reform. We discuss his latest book, We Got This, which explores how the work of creating more equitable school spaces is embedded in our everyday choices—specifically in the choice to really listen to kids. This conversation is packed with actionable advice and motivation to lead change that positively influences others. Resources: kassandcorn.com twitter.com/MisterMinor Book Recommendations: Wild Tongues Can’t Be Tamed, Saraciea J. Fennell The Prophets, Robert Jones Jr.
Aug 9, 2021
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Dr. Stokes and Dr. Franklin
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Rahn Franklin and Dr. Val Stokes about inclusive excellence and their passion for cultivating inclusion on an educational campus. They share the foundational goals: build belonging and dignify differences. We also discuss how can prioritize diversity and embed equity, access and inclusion into systems. Book Recommendations: The Liturgy of Politics: Spiritual Formation for the Sake of Our Neighbor, Kaitlyn Schiess and Michael Wear No Longer Strangers: Transforming Evangelism with Immigrant Communities, Eugene Cho, Samira Izadi Page, et al. Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time, Susan Scott
Jun 24, 2021
The Main Idea with Jenn David-Lang
This episode welcomes Jenn David-Lang to the podcast. With over 25 years of experience in education and as the founder of The Main Idea, she’s passionate about supporting school leaders with really relevant professional learning. This episode is packed with bite-sized takeaways on current education ideas and practices! We discuss the C’s of change, coping with stress, proactively preventing burnout and working with difficult or resistant staff. Resources: www.themainidea.net Book Recommendations: Leading the Rebound: 20+ Must-Dos to Restart Teaching and Learning The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters Podcast Recommendations: Brene Brown, Dare to Lead and Unlocking Us Adam Grant, Work Life
Jun 10, 2021
Commitment to the Process with Matt McCarty
Red Raider head football coach, Matt McCarty joins this episode. We reflect on an unconventional season, which ended in Northwestern’s incredible NAIA national runner-up achievement. Coach McCarty shares his journey to coaching and leadership philosophy. His emphasis on building a special culture that focuses on the process and how pursuing excellence every day has driven player and coach buy-in. We also discuss traits that he sees in the most successful student-athletes, and how they inspire us all to approach leading and living.
May 19, 2021
Making Grades Matter with Dr. Matt Townsley
Education and assessment/grading enthusiast, Dr. Matt Townsley joins this episode! As a former district administrator and secondary teacher, he has firsthand experience implementing and leading lasting grading reform. He shares the strengths of standards based grading to create meaningful student grades. Along with strategies for district leaders are the 3 P’s for leading change and major barriers to implementing change. His love for education and enthusiasm for learning over earning is contagious. He will leave you inspired for student-focused, kingdom impact in your role. Resources: mctownsley.net twitter.com/mctownsley Book Recommendations: The Power of a Positive Team What We Know About Grading: What Works, What Doesn’t and What’s Next
May 5, 2021
Collective Leader Efficacy with Peter DeWitt
When teams believe they have the ability to make a difference, exciting things can happen in school. How can leaders help build this collective efficacy? Global speaker, leadership coach, author, Education Week column writer, and former teacher and principal, Peter DeWitt joins the podcast. From his vast work in schools, he offers research-based wisdom on school leadership, including the "Six Influences That Matter Most". He explains three steps to raising self-efficacy, and the value in defining the evidence of impact and student engagement. He also outlines starter steps for effective instructional leadership. We talk about reframing our mindset on Covid-19 “learning loss” and using what we learned during the pandemic to drive real action for equity. Resources: petermdewitt.com
Apr 20, 2021
The Young Leaders Series on Kingdom Entrepreneurship
Levi Wiersma and Joshua Rathbun conclude the Young Leaders Series. We discuss the concept of kingdom entrepreneurship from the 100X Podcast and how to sell yourself from the 10 Minute Entrepreneur. As aspiring business leaders, Levi is curious about how technology will continue to evolve as a contribution or divergence for human connection, and Josh is curious about how to lead a team professionally and effectively with our own leadership style. To listen to the original podcasts reviewed, see: 100x Podcast: Kingdom Entrepreneurship with Pedro Adao 10 Minute Entrepreneur: Mentoring How to Sell Yourself with Sean Castrina
Apr 16, 2021
The Young Leaders Series on Purpose and Distraction
Senior business majors, Sutton Derr and Michael Love join this week’s podcast. They review episodes from Business with Purpose, the Andy Stanley Podcast and the Side Hustle Show. They discuss finding a fulfilling life’s work and recognizing the distractions that leaders face. We also talk about the process of becoming a strong leader, which includes having patience with the process, preparing to grow continuously, asking for help and leaning on mentors. To listen to the original podcast episodes reviewed, see: Business with Purpose – Coffee with Purpose EP 231 The Andy Stanley Podcast – the Three Villains of Leadership The Side Hustle Show – EP 406
Apr 5, 2021
The Young Leaders Series on Developing New Leadership Muscles
Entrepreneurship students, Makenzie Fink and Jonathan Gabrielse breakdown leadership lessons from The 10 Minute Entrepreneur Podcast with Sean Castrina and the EntreLeadership Podcast with Daniel Tarday and guest Mathew McConaughey. Key takeaways include risk-taking, re-inventing yourself, brain dumping, optimizing your strengths and the importance of developing new leadership muscles. To listen to the original podcast reviewed in this episode, see EntreLeadership #414 and The 10-Minute Entrepreneur with Sean Castrina.
Mar 26, 2021
The Young Leaders Series on Virtues of a Leader
Throughout the Young Leaders series, we’ll be talking with entrepreneurship students for a quick take on popular leadership podcasts. They share the episode’s big ideas and how those ideas inspire leadership growth. In this episode, Mia Hoogeveen and Dominic Seivert explain the Seven Virtues of Leadership from Andy Stanley’s interview with Habitat International CEO, Jonothan Reckford. Hear how it has transformed Mia and Dominic’s view on who can be a leader. To listen to the original podcast reviewed in this episode, see Andy Stanley’s “The Virtues of a Leader” Part 1 and Part 2.
Mar 19, 2021
Teaching and Empowering Young Leaders with Erica Vonk
Inspiring future leaders and developing an entrepreneurial mindset are significant passions for Professor Erica Vonk. As director of the new Center for Innovation and Leadership at Northwestern, Erica partners with college students to develop entrepreneurial skills. In this episode, she shares her approach to empowering young leaders. We talk about the value of creating psychological safety, failing forward, outsight and the process of grace. We’ll be talking with some of Erica’s students coming up in this Young Leaders series. Book Recommendation: Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader Podcast Recommendation: EntreLeadership
Feb 11, 2021
Know Who You Are with Larry Korver
In the final episode of the Legacy Leaders Series, we talk with one of Northwestern’s most legendary coaches, Larry “Bubb” Korver. His ability to build relationships has been the catalyst for influencing a magnitude of servant leaders since 1967. We talk about his philosophy to make athletes better than they ever thought they could be both on the football field and off. His simple challenge "do you know who you are?" leads us to our identity in God and away from the comparison to others.
Feb 3, 2021
Core Values with Earl Woudstra
From coaching consecutive national championship teams to helping lead a city through a pandemic, Earl Woudstra shares what keeps him grounded. We talk about who's inspired him and discuss his own core values including treat others with respect, do your best, do everything to God’s glory, and just do the right thing. Resources: orangecityiowa.com facebook.com/cityoforangecityia Book Recommendations: In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day
Jan 20, 2021
The Do Right Philosophy with Marty Guthmiller
The stronger the healthcare system, the stronger the community. Orange City Area Health System CEO Marty Guthmiller’s leadership lessons include tips to a strong community. He provides advice on hiring with the acronym “DHB: Decent Human Beings”. We also reflect on "who are we when things don't go right?". Resources: ochealthsystem.org facebook.com/orangecityareahealthsystem/ Book Recommendations: The book of Proverbs
Dec 22, 2020
Motivation Check with Congressman-elect Randy Feenstra
In this episode of the Legacy Leaders series, we welcome Congressman-elect Feenstra, representative of Iowa’s 4th district. He shares his journey to politics. We discuss what motivates a legacy leader and the opportunity to listen well before emerging as an empowering voice for others.
Dec 16, 2020
Leaving a Legacy with Les Douma
In this new series called Legacy Leaders, we’re talking to thought leaders who are - you’ve guessed it - leaving a positive legacy. Our first guest, Les Douma shares his wisdom and rich experiences in education. We discuss his principles of culture and leveling up: from good to great leadership.
Nov 13, 2020
Forgiveness and Servant Leadership with Dr. Jiying Song
Why is forgiveness a key ingredient of leadership? Learn how in this episode with Dr. Jiying (Jenny) Song, professor and first editor of the newly released book, Servant Leadership and Forgiveness: How Leaders Help Heal the Heart of the World. Resources: Servant-Leadership and Forgiveness: How Leaders Help Heal the Heart of the World Book Recommendations: White Awake TThe New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness Movie Recommendation: American Son
Nov 2, 2020
Change Happens at the Rate of Trust with Sarah Brown-Wessling
Sarah Brown-Wessling is nationally known as the 2010 National Teacher of the Year, as Iowa's representative from Johnston, Iowa! Sarah shares what it means to lead through collaboration and not competition, the importance of listening, and providing support to teachers to lead in their own space. Resources: sarahbrownwessling.com twitter.com/SarahBWessling www.instagram.com/sarahbrownwessling www.facebook.com/sarahbrownwessling Book Recommendations: Miracle in the Andes Refugee Teacher Man It Won't Be Easy Stamped
Sep 29, 2020
Leadership in sports and pandemic with Corey Westra
Guest Corey Westra is Commissioner of the Great Plains Athletic Conference. Corey shares about his journey in sports leadership, pursuing excellence, building strong relationships and the GPAC’s commitment to keep athletes playing safely in a pandemic. Book recommendations Attitude: Develop a Winning Mindset on and off the court Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success
Sep 16, 2020
Shared Leadership with Lora Rasey
As a consultant to the Iowa State Department of Education, Lora Rasey has had a front-row seat in establishing the Teacher Leadership Compensation Program. She shares about the impact of transforming teacher leadership in Iowa. Take away highlights of TLC and the goals for empowering shared leadership. Resources: Educateiowa.gov – Teacher Leadership and Compensation (TLC) System
Aug 24, 2020
Learner Centered Leadership with Devin Vodicka
One of the most innovative educational leaders in the country, Devin Vodicka talks about efficacy and personalized learning. Using his own immigrant experiences, his influence as superintendent and chief impact officer embraces diversity, promotes a positive impact and empowers every learner. Resources: www.altitudelearning.com twitter.com/dvodicka linkedin.com/dvodicka _ _ twitter.com/AltitudeLearn facebook.com/altitudelearn Book recommendations: Learner Centered Leadership: A Blueprint for Transformational Change in Learning Communities Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds The Power of Place: Authentic Learning Through Place-Based Education
Aug 5, 2020
Building a Program on Distributive Leadership with Steve Connell
Steve Connell shares his vision for building an award-winning Pride of the Dutch Marching Band and then NWC’s Athletic Band. The program, built on student leadership, led to empowering students and gaining incredible buy-in. He also talks about the rewards of teamwork, modeling, and above-all: having fun.
Jun 29, 2020
Using our Story with Dr. Micah Parker
Sought-after Christian motivational speaker and Northwestern’s new VP for Athletics shares how God uses ordinary people to get through extraordinary circumstances. By focusing on not what we can accomplish, but what God can do through us, we create a sense of peace in a constantly changing world. Book Recommendations: Anxious for Nothing, Max Lucado
Jun 12, 2020
Hacking Leadership with Joe Sanfelippo
A superintendent of the year, author and national speaker, Joe Sanfelippo brings his electric inspiration to the podcast. In this episode, we connect on his practical advice for hacking leadership like giving others ownership in the process, creating value, and recognizing every moment matters. Oh and Go Crickets! Resources: www.jsanfelippo.com twitter.com/Joe_Sanfelippo Book recommendations: Power of Moments, Chip and Dan Heath Innovate Inside the Box, George Couros and Katie Novak Stories that Stick, Kindra Hall Personal and Authentic, Chad Murray
May 21, 2020
Leading the leaders with Roark Horn
As Executive Director of School Administrators of Iowa, Dr. Roark Horn is guiding the leaders of our Iowa schools. He shares how we are responding to challenging and uncertain times and what he’s curious about in education. Listen to Roark discuss what part of normal we need to let go of and his advice to aspiring principals to be available, accessible and approachable. Book recommendations: Between the World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates Culturize: Every Student. Every Day. Whatever It Takes., Jimmy Casas The 4 Disciplines of Execution, Sean Covey
May 8, 2020
The German Educational System and COVID-19 with Dr. Theresa Pedersen
Dr. Theresa Pedersen brings a pandemic perspective from the future as students begin to return to the classroom in Germany and her own classroom on the United States military base. She gives us insight into the German educational system and the response to COVID-19. Theresa shares her resources for virtual learning with her special education class. Resources: twitter.com/Tpedersen25 Book recommendations: Personal & Authentic, Thomas C Murray Learner Centered Innovation, Katie Martin
Apr 23, 2020
Lori Hayungs on the Loss of Rituals
Have you been struggling with the disappointment of canceled life events? Missing these big moments, or rituals, is hard for students, educators, parents and families. Lori Hayungs from the Science of Parenting Podcast joins Gary to talk about honoring these losses and the power of connection as we develop resiliency and grit in hard times.
Mar 24, 2020
Learner-Centered Innovation with Katie Martin
In this episode, author and Tedx speaker Dr. Katie Martin relates the current state of education to the infamous story of Kodak. Education must adapt. Learning opportunities and teaching methods must evolve to match the ever-changing needs of today’s learners. She discusses the need for personalized learning for educators. Her challenge: “If we want to change how students learn, we must change how teachers learn.” Katie and Gary also discuss the role that collective efficacy has on personalized learning. Resources: katielmartin.com twitter.com/katiemartinedu instagram.com/katiemartinedu/ facebook.com/katiemartinedu/
Feb 21, 2020
School on F.I.R.E! with Dr. Buddy Berry
In this episode, Gary is joined by guest co-host Jeff Herzberg and guest Dr. Buddy Berry, superintendent of Eminence school district, KY. Dr. Berry takes us through his journey of reimagining Eminence Independent Schools to design a next generation "Dream School" rooted in personalized learning, and centered around innovation and creativity and also their quest to be the Disney World of Schools. Resources: Eminence Independent Schools facebook.com/EminenceIndSchools @EminenceSchools @BuddyBerry
Jan 29, 2020
Navigating Authenticity in a Self-focused World: Mark DeYounge
On this episode, Mark DeYounge joins the podcast to share his heart on leadership and navigating authenticity within today’s pull toward self-focus. We dive into how our own faith, woundedness, and perspective of work and rest intercede with our leadership approach.
Jan 10, 2020
Blended Learning with Eric Sheninger
Gary is joined by Eric Sheninger – former award-winning principal, now a consultant, speaker, author and thought leader on digital leadership. Eric gives us tips to stay relevant in the constant of changing times. By moving away from a “that’s the way we’ve always done it” mindset, we allow for better collaboration, true innovation and data informed pedagogy to transform teaching and learning in the 21st century. Resources: ericsheninger.com @E_Sheninger
Dec 6, 2019
Transitioning to Lead with Dr. David De Jong
Dr. David DeJong helps principals become superintendents at the University of South Dakota. He’s making a big impact on preparing education administrators. What do these educators need to know as they transition into leadership roles? How can leaders invest in inspiring leaders? The first step is realizing the importance of 3 key relationships. Tune in as David explains the power of mentoring and collaboration for the future of education.
Nov 4, 2019
Shifting the Leadership Mindset
Dana Schon joins this episode of Transforming Education. As the Professional Learning Director for School Administrators of Iowa, she’s one of the most influential persons in continuing education to Iowa’s school leaders. She shares 3 traits that define successful leaders and a crucial mindset shift for defining life-work balance. Dana debunks some of our perceptions for what makes a good leader and expectations for women.
Sep 27, 2019
Everyone Impacts Culture with Jimmy Casas
Jimmy Casas, author, speaker and award-winning principal, joins the podcast to talk about his journey in education. He shares about the power of building a community of leaders to help establish and reach goals as well as strive for excellence. Every member of the organization has a position to impact the culture. Leaders can inspire and instill confidence in others by modeling excellence. Jimmy highlights his characteristics of effective leaders and the four most powerful words to begin collaboration, “I need your help”. Resources: jimmycasas.com @casas_jimmy Books: Culturize: Every Student. Every Day. Whatever It Takes. What Connected Educators Do Differently Start. Right. Now. – Teach and Lead for Excellence Stop. Right. Now.: 39 Stops
Sep 10, 2019
Developing Teacher Leadership with Dr. Ryan Wise
Dr. Ryan Wise, Executive Director of Education in Iowa joins us to preview our upcoming fall Leadership in Education Conference and discuss big topics on teacher leadership, the new Iowa instructional framework pilot program and how to effectively support building principals.
Aug 9, 2019
Greg Christy: Living, Leading and Serving
The 9th president of Northwestern College, Greg Christy shares the challenges in higher education and how he values a collaborative leadership style to overcome those challenges. Greg and Gary talk through the impact of personal hardships like cancer and how connecting through our stories powerfully transforms the narrative of living, leading & serving.
Jul 23, 2019
Aaron Kampman and Joe Urcavich: Get Better Every Day!
Aaron and Joe are well-respected leaders with tons of experience in high-pressure environments. They first met as NFL player and chaplain for the Green Bay Packers and now coach individuals and organizations through the Align Process. We dive into their journey and learn how to get better every day by aligning our time and purpose. Resources: www.thealignprocess.com Books by Joe Urcavich: The Leadership Deficit The Father Deficit This episode’s book recommendations: Power of the Other, Henry Cloud Essentialism, Greg McKeown
Jul 12, 2019
Where customer service fits in education with Dr. Rebecca Hoey
We have all experienced good and even poor customer service! This episode’s guest, Dr. Rebecca Hoey has discovered that caring well for students in higher ed. or any setting makes all the difference. She’s all about empowering her team, supporting women in leadership and making education accessible! Resources: www.nwciowa.edu/online This episode’s book recommendations: Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg Ideal Team Player, Patrick Lencioni
Jun 17, 2019
Choose2Matter Movement. Everyone is created for significance! Guest: Angela Maiers
In this episode of Transforming Education: Leadership Lessons, Gary Richardson talks with top Edupreneur, author and speaker Angela Maiers. Founder of the Choose2Matter Movement, Angela discusses her passion for empowering others through mattering. Everyone is created for significance. Resources: www.choose2matter.org www.angelamaiers.com Genius Matters free book download twitter.com/AngelaMaiers facebook.com/angelamaiersC2M
May 30, 2019
Leading to Bring Awareness to Mental Health and Trauma in Schools - Guest: Mr. Jeff Herzberg, Chief Administrator, Prairie Lakes AEA
Northwestern College’s Gary Richardson is joined by Mr. Jeff Herzberg in this episode of Transforming Education: Leadership Lessons to discuss qualities of great leaders, leading as a disruptor and challenging educational leaders to bring awareness of mental health and trauma in schools.
May 7, 2019
Qualities of Effective Leaders. Guest Dr. Ron Juffer
Northwestern College’s Gary Richardson is joined by Dr. Ron Juffer to discuss leading through investing, serving and modeling. Ron gives his take on leadership qualities of effective leaders while also opining on the Cubs and offering our first book challenge.