5 Ways to Cultivate a Growth MindsetAcademic, continuous improvement, Culture, employee engagement, high-performance culture, HR, innovation success, innovative schools, innovative teams, innovators, leadership, Ownership, Performance management, Performance Review, schools
The only limits are the ones we impose on ourselves. This is the case for individuals and for organisations. So when we see top heavy organisations with strong attachment to the way things have always been done, we see an organisation that has set limitations for itself and its employees.
Is it really necessary for leaders to be inspirational? Is motivation an indicator of engagement? While some would argue that, yes, leaders need to inspire and that motivation leads to better engagement, there is another school of thought: The best engagement is a result of culture alignment, a sense of purpose, and the exercise of discipline.
Teaching is often considered a noble but thankless job. With reductions in resources and bigger class sizes, being a teacher has become even more challenging in recent years.
Making Progress with the Sycol Belt systemAcademic, Build, Coaching, continuous improvement, Culture, Embed, high-performance culture, innovation success, innovative schools, innovative teams, innovators, leadership, Millenial generation, schools, Sustain, sycol school, Sycol Theory
Creative schools: the culture revolution that’s transforming educationAcademic, continuous improvement, Culture, high-performance culture, innovation success, innovative schools, innovators, leadership, Millenial generation, schools, sycol school
I’m so pleased to see that Sir Ken Robinson is once again giving a keynote speech entitled Creative schools: The grassroots revolution that’s transforming education.
Netflix is known for its high-performance culture based on “freedom and responsibility,” but it’s also been called a culture of fear.