7 Leadership Actions that Support Staff Members


This week's Fierce Resources comes from Edweek.org and was written by Stephanie Hirsh, Executive Director, Learning Forward.

7 Leadership Actions that Support Staff Members provides tips on how to develop relationships by being supportive and willing to connect on topics that may be uncomfortable, and need to be addressed. Instead of asking closed-ended questions, get curious about what the other person has experienced. What might you learn?

Think about asking a question that you've always been curious about... you never know what the result could be.

"Schedule time for regular conversations focused on the individual's goals, successes, and struggles. Setting aside time sends the message that you are truly interested in others' work and knowing how you can be most supportive of their success."

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