Dr. Julia Rafal-Baer discusses her work in addressing the gender gap in education leadership and the importance of supporting rising educational leaders.
Greg Turchetta, the Senior Chief Communications Officer for the Richland Two School District in South Carolina talks with us about branding, storytelling, and transparency.
Dr. Paul Coakley, the Superintendent of Multnomah ESD, shares his insights on building a personal brand, the importance of leaving a legacy, and much more
Julie Sweetland, a sociolinguist and senior advisor at the FrameWorks Institute shares how leaders and advocates can use strategic framing and communications to have more productive conversations around complex issues.
Generational researcher and keynote speaker Kim Lear shares how you can better understand and communicate across the generations that make up your school community.
Dr. Pete Hannigan, Superintendent of Hawthorn School District 73, and Samantha Cook, Communications Director, discuss generational differences in the workplace, effective communication strategies to engage their community, and the importance of strong school culture.
Andrew McPeak is a millennial speaker and Vice President of Content for Growing Leaders. He talks with us about how educators can better prepare their students for real life.
In this conversation with SchoolCEO, Dr. Sanfelippo discusses how he changed the conversation inside and outside of the schools he led, keys to developing a culture that actively shares the best stories, and how to lead authentically.
Author and entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan speaks with SchoolCEO about building strong organizations and cultures through relationships, continuous improvement, managing uncertainty, and more.
Internal communications is critically important to running a successful school district, and it is also an ongoing challenge for many. Debbie Critchfield, Superintendent of Public Instruction in Idaho, shares her experience in school communications and the ins and outs of internal communications.
In this episode of SchoolCEO Conversations, we speak with Scott M. Curran, an expert consultant focused on impact storytelling, social impact, and philanthropy. He shares what impact storytelling is and how it can engage and inspire staff.
Former superintendent Tom Burton shares how leaders can challenge assumptions and think differently to drive change. He discusses the importance of data, dissent, transparency, and authentic relationships in shaping culture.
Michael C. Bush, the CEO of Great Place to Work, presents research and experience that every superintendent can use to shape the culture of their district and schools.