MVP: Set a leadership growth goal, then share it.
We should all have goals, and when we make those goals public, we model positive practice. In The Assistant Principal Podcast, one of the questions I conclude interviews with is “what part of your own leadership are you still trying to get better at?”
This is a powerful question that you should be asking of yourself, and that you can be asking of other leaders above and around you.
By modeling strategic practices, like attending to our own growth, we create space for others to do the same.
Today’s intention: What part of your own leadership are you trying to get better at, and who have you shared your goal with?