In this episode, Latoya chats with Virgil Hammonds, @VirgelHammonds, Chief Learning Officer at Knowledge Works, about lessons in leading for innovation. They address key elements that must be present for leading with innovation, how leaders of innovation are different from leaders in general, and what innovative leadership might look like in the future. This is an episode you don't want to miss. If you're interested in being innovative rather than traditional in your leadership, this episode is for you!
In episode 13 of the Summer Series on Leadership Lessons, Latoya and Mike tackle the topic of resilient leadership. So often leaders struggle to move forward after an error is made or the need for course correction is revealed. Mike and Latoya talk about why being a resilient leader is neccesary to grow your own leadership capacity, how leaders can improve this skill, and the dangers associated with an inabliity to be resilient. For a quick, yet thought provoking conversation, give this episode a listen and start improving your ability to be a resilient leader today!
This episode, Leadership Lessons, kicks off our summer series. Mike and Latoya chat about some of the toughest lessons they've learned in leadership, including how to use critical feedback for your growing your leadership abilities and ways leaders can turn failures into powerful lessons to improve their leadership capacity. In this summer series, we'll be discussing lessons for leaders in innovation, building great teams, resilience and more!
In this episode, Latoya and Michael tackle the topic of how leaders can succesfully transition from one leadership role to a new one or from leading in one organization to leading in a different organization. They specifically adress the challenges, transferability of skills, and lessons learned when transtioning as a leader for listeners. This episode is sure to get you thinking about how to best transition to your new leadership role or your new organziation as a neo leader or a veteran one! Great resources are also included at the end of this podcast episode and on leadershipwithlatoya.org!
In this episode, Latoya chats with Dr. Mary Hemphill, @ScholarVlogger, about the value and importance of teacher leadership in school improvment. Excellent leaders are not only skilled at leading, but also sufficiently skilled at building leadership in others. Whether you are an education professional, or work in a different field, this episode is sure to inspire you to build capacity in others to be leaders in their own right! Don't forget to leave a review on iTunes and check out our new website, leadershipwithlatoya.org!
In this episode, Latoya, and co host Mike, chat about the importance of leaders taking charge of their professional developmet and growth. They discuss the dangers of waiting to be developed by others versus strecthing yourself and addressing your own opportunity gaps. There's a mention of great resources that they've used to grow professionally at the end. Quick, insightful, and full of tools to add to your leadership toolbox, this episode is one of the best of season one. Listen now!
In this episode, Latoya and Michael take a chance at trying to define transformational leadership. In addtion, they discuss core elements of transformation as well as the difference in the leadership behaviors leaders of transformation need to execute versus leaders in general. This episode will definitley get you thinking about how to be a better leader of transformation. Leave a review on iTunes so we can continue bringing you the best in leadership podcasts.
In this episode, Latoya welcomes back Dr. Mike Waiksnis, @mwaiksnis, to discuss the key behaviors of effective leaders. They discuss how excellent leaders respond to critical feedback or constructive criticisim, how they deliver praise versus criticicism, and how they view positional power. It's a power packed episode full of key insights sure to push your thinking and leadership development. You'll be glad you pressed play!
In this episode, Latoya chats with Dr. Michael Waiksnis about the importance of leaders adding value to their organizations. Value added leadership means leaders reflect on how their efforts are contributing to the success of the organization. Adding value starts with a committment to life long learning. For more on how to demonstrate value added leadership, give this episode a listen! Don't forget to leave a review on iTunes for us as we work to bring you the best in educational leadership.
In this episode, Latoya welcomes Dr. Lynn Moody, @lynn_moody, superintendent of Rowan Salisbury Schools, in Rowan County, NC to discuss the value and benefits of shared leadership. Dr. Moody provides her insight on why shared leadership is necessary to build a great organization and talks about what seperates excellent leaders from average ones. This one is sure to get you thinking, and better yet, doing some awesome things to improve your leadership capacity! Please be sure to leave a reivew on iTunes so we can keep bringing you the best in educational leadership with your feedback!