Monthly Archives: August 2009

Reciprocate Connections

We opened our schools today.  As the Assistant Superintendent of SAU 16 located in Exeter NH, I was part of the administrative team that welcomed nearly 6,000 students back to our 11 schools.  Part of my job requires me to … Continue reading

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Creating Pretenders

This past spring I decided to enroll in a masters program through Lesley University.  I am a member of a 20 person cohort and we are four months into our 22 month program.  Using a blended model, our class meets … Continue reading

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No honey, Webkinz is not in my computer…

So I spent this past weekend on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire’s lake’s region.  I brought my computer to edit some writing that I have been doing offline, but there was no internet there.  To further complicate my life, cell … Continue reading

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Desire Paths

Please Note:  Transleadership has moved to http://www.Transleadership.net.   This post can be found at my new site be clicking here.   Many years ago I read an account of Walt Disney that I figuratively carry around with me today.  Over … Continue reading

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Early Reflections of My Blogging

It has been nearly two weeks since I began this blog and in an attempt to be more reflective and transparent about my transformation into a 21st century leader, I offer the following three early observations. 1.  More than 250 … Continue reading

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Shared Space

As I begin to read Leading for Learning by Phillip Schlechty, I am finding myself thinking of and writing more notes in the margins than actually reading.  I was stopped in my tracks when I read Schlechty’s argument for transformation, … Continue reading

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