Manage Your Time or Time Will Manage You: Featuring PJ Caposey

Joshua StamperAspire Podcast

Aspire to Lead, PJ Caposey, Joshua Stamper, Time Management

This week’s guest, PJ Caposey, shares how experiencing a tragedy at a young age shifted his mindset on the value of time and how time management is key in any successful leader’s skill set. In this episode, we discuss: The Reflection Process Valuing Coaching from Others Preparing our Students for their Future.  About PJ Caposey: PJ Caposey is a dynamic … Read More

Spring is Here! 4 Tips to End the Year Strong

Kari PitstickBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Spring has arrived! It’s time to brainstorm what we can do as educators to end the year strong. Tips to end the year strong include setting goals, going outside, taking pictures, and reflecting. 4 Tips to End the Year Strong Flowers. Rain. Sunshine. Warmth (with maybe a snow flurry here and there if you’re in the Midwest). All signs … Read More

Common Leadership Pitfalls for Beginning Administrators

Steven WeberBlog, Lead Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR Districts should have an onboarding process that includes coaching and support for beginning administrators. Develop a plan and don’t let email become a distraction to your role as a district administrator. Use time blocking to become more disciplined and focus on the district’s priorities. Onboarding Needed When educators begin working in the district office, there are several common pitfalls … Read More

More Than a Teacher: Getting Involved in Your School

Andrea KalchbennerBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better, Manage Better, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: As a teacher, there are a number of paths you can take towards getting involved in your school. Start small when you’re ready to get more involved outside of your classroom duties. Figure out what brings you joy and what you have the most time to dedicate your talents to. Getting Involved in Your School PBIS Tier 1 coach? … Read More