The Paradox of School Leadership

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It's time for a real talk about the challenges (and opportunities) in leadership.

In this new series of the Schools of Excellence podcast, I talk about the paradoxes of leadership.

As we develop our leadership skills, one of the things we discover is that the “problems” we thought we had to solve aren’t actually problems. They’re just uncomfortable paradoxes we have to coexist with.

As you listen, our hope is that you’ll acknowledge that you’re wiser than you give yourself credit for, and you also realize where you’ve abdicated your trust to others.

Let’s go deep together, so you can rebuild the radical self-trust that makes you such a wise leader.

Hi, my name is Chanie Wilschanski!

I teach early childcare leaders to build schools of excellence. How do I do this? By diagnosing the root cause of struggles and helping owners and directors develop leadership skills, routines, and habits and an understanding of the ripple effect of how they show up every day.

How do I do this? I diagnose the root cause of struggles and help owners and directors develop leadership skills, routines, and habits. These build around an understanding of the ripple effect of how they show up every day.

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