Leadership Redefined

Leadership Redefined

The present state of education does not align with future societal needs. On Leadership Redefined we break down issues and inspire action to help recreate our educational system. We explore probable vs preferable futures to recognize the possibilities of a future that escapes the conventional thinking of ‘stuck in the mud’ traditionalists. We envision a system that must be aligned to catalyze the collective transformation projecting a holistic, relevant and effective one.

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May 6, 2022 29 min

What makes entrepreneurial leadership unique?  We had the opportunity to connect with Eddie Buckles Jr., who made the leap to become his own boss and now owns several successful businesses. Buck’s philosophy of leadership centers around teamwork, building good relationships, and raising up colleagues. 

Want to learn more about what we do?  Visit us at www.leadershipredefined.education


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Sometimes being a strong leader and making good decisions means learning to be comfortable with ambiguity and trusting the expertise of your team.  This requires a relationship of trust and mutual respect.  We discuss this without latest guest, Patrick O’Rourke, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer.

Want to learn more about what we do?  Visit us at www.leadershipredefined.education

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April 1, 2022 25 min

In this episode we talk with Rory Manning about how his district created an inclusive five-year strategic plan in the midst of the pandemic.  What is the value in this kind of reflective process and how do you secure buy in from all stakeholders?   

Want to learn more about what we do?  Visit us at www.leadershipredefined.education

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Rory Manning, Ed.D | Superintendent of Schools, Harborfields Central Scho...

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March 18, 2022 28 min

In this episode, Robert Feirsen and Seth Weitzman discuss their forthcoming book, "From Conflict to Collaboration: A School Leader's Guide to Unleashing Conflict's Problem-Solving Power." Leaders in education often commiserate about the challenges of dealing with conflict in their schools and districts. Many lack the tools needed to productively confront tensions in their communities and consequently avoid addressin...

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In this episode we welcome back Dr. Matt Rhoads to discuss the landscape of technology in education today.  With the disruption of Covid, teachers and students found themselves forced into a technological landscape of online and hybrid learning.  Will K-12 leaders use this experience as a springboard to innovate new pedagogies that formally and thoughtfully integrate technology and hybrid learning experiences into the curriculum, o...

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February 18, 2022 19 min

Welcome to season 4 of the Leadership Redefined video podcast!  

We have a new look (check out our logo!) and are excited to announce that our co-authored book, The Collective Mindset, will available by May 1, 2022. In this episode we provide an overview of the Collective Mindset. 

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Quentin McAndrew, Executive Director, Digital Initiatives & Assistant Vice Provost, Provost’s Office for Academic Innovation, University of Colorado Boulder
Randall Fullington, Director of Program Development, Provost’s Office for Academic Innovation, University of Colorado Boulder

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Shamika Simpson, Assistant Superintendant for Curriculum and Instruction, Wyandanch School District

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Paul Sibblies, Principal, Wyandanch High School

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Paul Sibblies, Principal, Wyandanch High School

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Dr. Gina Talbert, Superintendant, Wyandanch School District

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Dr. Christine Jordan, Assistant to the Superintendent for Administrative and Instructional Accountability, Wyandanch School District

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Terry Earley, Director of Teacher and Leader Education, Assessment and Accreditation, Stony Brook University 

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Dr. Larry Zacarese, Interim Chief of Police and Assistant Vice President for Campus Safety, Senior Operations Director for Institutional Resiliancy, Stony Brook University

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Dr. Dan Kreiness, Dr. Dan Kreiness, Instructional Coach for Digital Learning, Norwall Public School System and Host of "Leader of Learning" Podcast (leaderoflearning.com)

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Deanna Figurito, Founder and Lead Coach, DFig Connects (www.dfigconnects.com)

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Charlie Russo, Director, Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership and Research Professor of Law at the University of Dayton Ohio 

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Adam Welcome, Full Time Speaker, Educator, author x4, podcaster, International keynote

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Melissa O'Mara, Founder and Chief Catalyst, The Leaders Co-Lab

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Gretchen Bliss,Director, Cybersecurity Programs at University of Colorado Colorado Springs

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