MVP: A simple change in perspective can create dramatically different outcomes.
Last week I was able to spend some time with Katy Deas, THE awesome instructional coach at Sandhills Middle School in Gaston, South Carolina. Katy shared with me the table below, which describes the difference for teachers of having a designer perspective versus an assessor perspective.
The remarkable thing to reflect on is how a simple shift in perspective can dramatically change the outcome. The designer and assessor are working on the same tasks, but using a different approach, they achieve different results.
This is why intention is so important!
Intentionality is one shift in perspective. From urgent to purposeful is the result.
It is all about the little things!
Little things, like the five strategies in our new guide, Be a Better Leader in 5 Minutes a Day!
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Today’s intention: Think about a task you need to do today. How are you approaching that task? Is there a different perspective that might help you to create more value?