Episode 142: Mindset Mastery with Paul Gencarella Jr.

Darrin PeppardLeaning Into Leadership

On this week’s episode of the podcast, Paul Gencarella Jr. joins me to talk about the importance and power of our mindset. Paul shares an awesome insight into intentional gratitude, the positive way our emotions can take over, and why we need to treat the cause not just the symptoms of our mindset. That, plus your weekly #PepTalk. MORE EPISODES

10 Steps for Teaching & Leadership Transformation

Rae HughartBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: 10 steps to cultivate a growth mindset in 2024. Reflect, set goals, embrace challenges, build a supportive community. Foster continuous learning, self-compassion, and celebrate progress. Hey Teach Better Tribe! Rae Hughart here, and let me tell you, I am pumped for the possibilities that the new year brings! As we dive into 2024, let’s set the stage for success … Read More

A Growth Mindset Transforms Educational Leadership

Aaron ElseBlog, Lead Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: Principals are key to shaping school culture and fostering resilience, adaptability, and continuous improvement in their teams. Emphasizing learning from challenges boosts educators’ impact on students; strategies include leading by example and celebrating progress. Cultivating a thriving learning community relies on nurturing resilience, improvement, collaboration, and student success. As a school principal, one of your most influential roles is … Read More

Think Better: Supporting Students in Times of Stress

Lindsay TitusBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better, Reflect Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Supporting students during times of stress requires a mindful and empathetic approach. Four steps to help students through stressful situations: self-reflection and emotional awareness, understanding the student’s needs and desires, evaluating the environment, and crafting an empathetic response. By practicing these steps, educators can foster emotional well-being, resilience, and growth in students while creating a nurturing and supportive environment. … Read More