Better Leaders Better Schools guest, Marlena Gross-Taylor is an accomplished K-12 administrator, educational consultant and founder of #principalroundtable which has expanded to this more comprehensive forum to further support educational leaders. A Nashville transplant originally from southern Louisiana, Marlena’s educational experience spans several states allowing her to have served K-12 students in both rural and urban districts. She has been recognized as a middle school master teacher and served as a successful administrator at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Her professional development expertise has garnered both state and national attention as she is a Summer Leadership Institute Faculty Member of the Association of Middle Level Educators (AMLE). As a proud Louisiana State University alumni, Marlena is committed to excellence and believes all students can achieve.
In this episode you will learn:
"You can do it” belief system
Empowering people through “letting the plates fall"
True learning occurs when mistakes happen
2 types of leaders (transformative vs sustainer)
Teachers need to see who you are
The Power of “Yes"
Don’t underestimate the importance of relationships
AMLE Conference Feb 8-9
Blink by Malcolm Gladwell
10 Minute Inservice by Todd Whitaker
Brain Rules by John Medina
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