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Tired of school change efforts that stall, or worse, never get off the ground? If you’re a principal, assistant principal, or instructional coach who is ready have a transformative impact on the teachers you serve then School Leadership Reimagined is for you. Each week, Robyn Jackson will share counterintuitive strategies to help you dramatically improve instruction. You’ll discover how to motivate your teachers, help them be accountable, overcome toxic cultures, and transform your school. N ...
 
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Have you ever wondered why your change efforts lose steam over time? There’s a reason for that. In fact, there are 5 BIG reasons, I call them TRAPS that seriously threaten the success of our change efforts and keep us from achieving the momentum we need to reach our goals. This week, we're revisiting Episode 15 where we go through these 5 traps one…
 
Although this episode originally aired a few years ago, it is still very true: You will always feel burned out whenever you are not operating inside your "zone of genius." That's why this week, we're revisiting episode 22 which is all about how to overcome one of the biggest and sneakiest obstacles many builder’s face -- Burnout. But instead of jus…
 
I've always said that one of the most powerful tools a Builder has is the meeting rhythm and team meeting agenda. One of the biggest hidden obstacles keeping you from achieving your school goals is how you meet around those goals. Let’s be honest, most meetings are pretty useless. And every time you have a meeting where you go round and round about…
 
This week's summer rewind is Episode 38: How to Conduct Student Focus Groups. This is THE definitive episode on how to conduct student focus groups. Student focus groups are a great way to connect with your students and collect their feedback on how you are doing as a school. In this episode, learn step-by-step how to select students for a focus gr…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the July 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. Nurse practitioners and physician assistants form a growing advanced practice provider (APP) group. We aim to analyze the trend…
 
As a part of our summer rewind series, we're replaying some of our favorite episodes from past seasons. Episode 17 has been a perpetual favorite and there's a good reason why. In this episode, we explore how you can take ordinary moments in the school year and make them extraordinary and why you should. With all of the worries and feelings of overw…
 
Welcome to the summer rewind series where we revisit some of our favorite episodes. This week, we're revisiting one of our most popular episodes, Episode 63 "Anchor in the Outcome." Although this episode originially aired near the beginning of the Covid crisis, it's a timely reminder for us now as we prepare for the new school year. We have no idea…
 
This year's list is a little different. I just didn't read that many great books this year. But I did manage to discover 3 non-education books that I think you should be reading this summer and I'm sharing 4 other books that are on MY summer reading list. Hopefully you'll discover at least one book that will help you step into next fall #LikeABuild…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the June 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The objective was to characterize the relationship between objective tympanogram values and patient-reported symptoms and assoc…
 
All season long, we've been talking about the difference between being a boss, leader, and Builder. On today's episode, we're going to talk about one final difference and it's a big one: Being a Builder makes you a bit of a weirdo. So tune in to discover how becoming a Builder makes you different than everyone else and why that's a good thing. By t…
 
There is a real difference between the way that bosses, leaders, and Builders plan for the summer and that difference determines what kind of school year you're going to have next year. So, on today's episode, we're breaking down the distinction between the way that Builders plan and sharing some "out of the box" ideas about things you can do this …
 
One of the questions I get asked the most comes from assistant principals. They love the idea of Buildership but worry that they can't be a Builder in their current roles. So, on today's episode, I'm going to tackle that question and offer some suggestions for how you can still be a Builder even if you work for a boss, or a leader. So tune in today…
 
One of the questions I get asked often is this: Is there ever a time when you just need to be a boss? So, on today's episode, we're going to explore that question along with various situations where being a boss might feel like the only option. Plus, we'll look at the short-term and long-term effects of going "boss-mode" and consider those against …
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the May 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. Part 1 objective: To assess the prevalence of distress and burnout in otolaryngology trainees, including associations with relev…
 
When your staff is hurting, how do you handle it? If you're a boss, you tend to avoid dealing with people's pain. If you're a leader, you try to listen and show empathy, but if you're not careful, how you navigate those tough conversations may actually exacerbate their pain. But, if you're a Builder, you find ways to create safe spaces for people t…
 
There's a distinct difference between the way that bosses, leaders, and Builders look at their challenges. Bosses tend to avoid problems altogether. Leaders tend to look for solutions, often without really understanding the problem. But Builders know that in most cases, the solution lies within the problem itself. So, tune in today to discover how …
 
Have you ever received “feedback” from someone and it felt personal? Maybe it felt mean-spirited, or maybe it just hurt to hear the truth, but either way, it stung. Well this week, we’re talking about how to handle tough feedback in a way that doesn’t destroy your confidence, give you an ulcer, or make you feel attacked and defensive. Plus, I’ll be…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The first pediatric tracheostomy tube change often occurs within 7 days after placement; however, the optimal timing is not kn…
 
This podcast discusses the implications for non-otolaryngologists of "Clinical Practice Guideline: Opioid Prescribing for Analgesia After Common Otolaryngology Operations", published as a supplement to the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (…
 
This podcast discusses the implications for otolaryngologists of "Clinical Practice Guideline: Opioid Prescribing for Analgesia After Common Otolaryngology Operations", published as a supplement to the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-…
 
If you hate meetings, you're not alone. Most of us don't love the meeting that should have been an email. Nor do we enjoy seeing a meeting get hijacked by someone with a hidden agenda or those discussions that go round and round and end up nowhere. The truth is, most meetings are pointless at best and excruciating at their worst. That's why on toda…
 
The closer we came to our 100th episode, the more pressure I felt to create something splashy. But, Buildership™ is rarely splashy, so on today's episode, we're have an intimate conversation about Buildership™. I'll share my own journey to Buildership™, discuss some of the challenges Builders face, and offer some encouragement as you become more an…
 
Sometimes it's not the work in front of us that matters as much as it's how we see the work. That's why on today's episode, we're taking a look at how bosses, leaders, and Builders see their work and how the lens they use to see their work makes all the difference about how the work feels, how it gets done, and what impact that work has on students…
 
It's master scheduling season so on this episode, we thought we'd share something really practical. Usually, just the mention of master scheduling can elicit groans. But, your master schedule is really one of the most powerful tools you have to achieve your school vision. Done right, your master schedule can help you achieve dramatic growth in just…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the March 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The objective was to evaluate the association between race/ethnicity and insurance status on the access to early cochlear impl…
 
We're continuing our series on Bosses, Leaders, and Builders with this episode all about why Builders never ask anyone to do anything. Discover how asking others to do something sets you up for a lot of stress as you try to convince them to do what you ask. Builders never ask. Instead, Builders invite. Find out the difference between commanding, as…
 
My brand new book Stop Leading. Start Building is finally here and today, I'm reading you the first chapter on today's episode. Discover why "leadership" as we know it is dead, how the way you were trained may be adding to your frustrations right now, and how you can make the shift from leadership to Buildership™ and turn your school into a success…
 
We're continuing our series on Bosses, Leaders, and Builders this week by looking at the difference between the way that Bosses and Leaders try to get others moving and Builders do. It all boils down to a simple difference -- Bosses and Leaders try to get others to comply or accept their requests even when their requests are not in the best interes…
 
Conventional wisdom says that you will always have some students who struggle or lag behind. But, there is a HUGE difference in the way that Builder's deal with struggling students and the way that bosses and leaders handle students who are behind. You don't have to accept student failure. There is something you can do about it. Discover what that …
 
Have you ever set a goal, made plans, and gotten started only to have a district or state or board mandate completely derail your plans? If so, then today's episode can help. Find out the difference between the way that bosses, leaders, and builders respond to district mandates and unexpected policy changes and discover how you can make your school…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the February 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. Building a diverse otolaryngology workforce—one that mirrors society—is critical. In conclusion, structural inequities are …
 
With so many important and urgent decisions needing to be made, it can be hard not to feel immense pressure as everyone looks to you for answers. But it doesn't have to be that way. You don't have to succumb to everyone else's demands. On today's episode, find out the difference between the way that bosses, leaders, and builders handle pressure and…
 
If you're like most educators right now, you're feeling a degree of stress, especially as we debate re-opening schools, field demands from parents and teachers, and attempt to help our schools thrive in crisis. That's why on today's episode, we're tackling the difference between the way that bosses, leaders, and Builders deal with stress. Tune in t…
 
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