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24 Top Leadership Challenges

24 top leadership challenges

What are your leadership challenges? These are the challenges that leaders of all types have said were their top issues.   Developing managerial effectiveness Inspiring others Developing employees Leading a team Guiding change Managing internal stakeholders Succumbing to easy Shifting from me to we Feeding the action addiction Conflicts of priority Virtual team globalization Internet […]


9 Leadership Steps For Parents and Teachers

9 Leadership Steps

I love to watch leaders grow! It’s fun to see someone take their first steps into leadership. Leadership is a choice, a choice that more of us need to take. At home our children need parent leaders. At school, our children need teachers and administrators to offer clear direction and coaching. Here are some Kids […]


FREE WEBINAR: What About Kindergarten? A Montessori Perspective

what about kindergarten

It’s a perennial problem for Montessori schools. How can we show parents the importance of the third year of our programs for children 3 to 6 years old? Because the third year is truly a leap year! This is a session that you will want to let all of your school families know about. This […]


FREE WEBINAR: Creating Your DREAM Community

Creating Your DREAM Community

Are you a school leader concerned about building your ideal school community? Please join me for this 50-minute “instant” webinar on Creating Your DREAM Community.  Watch Now! In this free webinar you’ll learn: Why creating and communicating a clear vision of your dream school community is the first step to transforming “customer” families into partner families, […]


FREE TRAINING | The Five Most Important Questions

There are five questions that you should consider if you are going to create a joyful and confident school community of children, families and staff members. Unfortunately, many school leaders spend decades without understanding what is missing in their leadership and in their community. If you are a school leader, you won’t want to miss […]


FREE TRAINING | Teaching Civility

Teaching Civility

Over the past few years it seems like incivility in our culture has reached a new high. Which is not a good thing! Most of my life I have been teaching others how to problem solve and urging others to treat all people with kindness and respect. Time to double down on those efforts. There […]


FREE WEBINAR: Helping Parents “Get” Montessori

Helping Parents Get Montessori

Are you a school leader concerned about helping your school families “understand” Montessori?    Please join me for an “instant” 45-minute webinar on Helping Parents “Get” Montessori. In this free webinar you’ll learn about: Attracting the right people into your school community Using your choices and expectations to build community Building community with my parent […]


FREE WEBINAR: Want To Be A Better Observer?

how to become a better observer

Have you ever wished for the proverbial teacher’s eyes in the back of your head? Do you want to help children overcome their learning obstacles? Observation is the skill to help you become more effective. Please join me for this free 30-minute instant webinar, How To Become A Better Observer…The Montessori Way. In this information-packed […]


Aloha Leadership Retreat

aloha leadership retreat

The Aloha Leadership Retreat is a dream come true, and you’re invited. The Aloha Leadership Retreat will be a small intimate gathering to help you transform your leadership. May 3, 4 and 5, 2019 Aloha means “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and […]


Lead or Manage?

Lead Or Manage?

As parents we lead and manage our children. If we lead without adequate management skills, logistical problems arise. If we manage without providing clear leadership, we may travel a long road to nowhere. Leadership focuses on developing people, empowerment, doing the right things, direction and principles. Management, on the other hand, concerns itself with taking […]