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Presentation at Canadian Principal's Conference in Banff, AB, April 22nd, 2013

Presentation at Canadian Principal's Conference in Banff, AB, April 22nd, 2013

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  • 1. Leaders as Narrative Champions Dean Shareski CAP Conference Banff, AB April 22,2013
  • 2. This is me
  • 3. This is me
  • 4. This is me
  • 5. This is me
  • 6. This is me
  • 7. This is me
  • 8. This is me
  • 9. This is me
  • 10. This is me
  • 11. This is me
  • 12. This is me
  • 13. This is me
  • 14. shareski.cadean@shareski.ca @shareski
  • 15. http://shareski.ca/y/2bh
  • 16. WHY
  • 17. The Landscape has Changed
  • 18. “People seem to get nostalgic about a lot of thingsthey werent so crazy about the first time around.” ~Author Unknown http://www.flickr.com/photos/flossmoorhistory/3642378152
  • 19. “If your tests scores aretelling you 50% of the storywho’s telling the other half” http://www.flickr.com/photos/hdurnin/6281411798/
  • 20. Richard Axelrodp. 112 Terms of Engagement: Changing the Way We Change Organizations
  • 21. “Universities come to know about things through studies, organizations come to knowabout things through reports and people come to know about things through stories” Richard Axelrod p. 112 Terms of Engagement: Changing the Way We Change Organizations
  • 22. The
  • 23.  Truth
  • 24.  About
  • 25.  Stories
  • 26.  is... http://www.flickr.com/photos/9812708@N03/2666345725/
  • 27. The
  • 28.  Truth
  • 29.  About
  • 30.  Stories
  • 31.  is... That’s All We Are http://www.flickr.com/photos/9812708@N03/2666345725/
  • 32. What’s
  • 33.  something
  • 34.  interesting
  • 35.  and
  • 36.  exciting
  • 37.   happening
  • 38.  in
  • 39.  your
  • 40.  classroom
  • 41.  or
  • 42.  school?
  • 43. What’s
  • 44.  something
  • 45.  interesting
  • 46.  and
  • 47.  exciting
  • 48.   happening
  • 49.  in
  • 50.  your
  • 51.  classroom
  • 52.  or
  • 53.  school?Who knows about this?
  • 54. Publishing is not evolving. Publishing is goingaway. Because the word “publishing” means acadre of professionals who are taking on theincredible difficulty and complexity andexpense of making something public.That’s not a job anymore. That’s a button.
  • 55. There’s a button that says “publish,”and when you press it, it’s done.
  • 56. The
  • 57.  World
  • 58.  as
  • 59.  Your
  • 60.  Refrigerator
  • 61.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/emmerogers/3611400213/
  • 62. The
  • 63.  World
  • 64.  as
  • 65.  Your
  • 66.  Refrigerator
  • 67.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/emmerogers/3611400213/comment (1) Reads 4
  • 68. The
  • 69.  World
  • 70.  as
  • 71.  Your
  • 72.  Refrigerator
  • 73.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/emmerogers/3611400213/comment (1) Reads 4
  • 74. Your Story is being told with or without youhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/wespeck/4960579336/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/looking4poetry/253074522
  • 75. Building Social Capital http://www.flickr.com/photos/looking4poetry/253074522
  • 76. Public Acknowledgement
  • 77. theThese little conversations arebuilding blocksfor strongerrelationships betweenschool and home, and parent andchild.
  • 78. http://www.discoveryeducation.com//Canada/ administrators/techbook-request.cfmElizabeth_Bertin@Discovery.com
  • 79. An obligation to share http://www.flickr.com/photos/springm/1443514113/
  • 80. http://www.flickr.com/photos/proimos/7015509987 http://www.flickr.com/photos/proimos/7015509987What Obligations Do Doctors Have to Share Research?
  • 81. Narrative ChampionsBrian Harrison George Couros Chris Kennedy Lisa Brady Shannon Smith Tim Lauer Dustin Swanson Elisa Carlson Chris Lehmann
  • 82. http://cultureofyes.ca@chrkennedy
  • 83. http://brian-harrison.net@bharrisonp
  • 84. HOW
  • 85. Showing is better than telling
  • 86. http://lewiselementary.org@timlauer
  • 87. “ When you hand someone a photo album or a yearbook, the first thing they will do is seek out their own picture. Knowing that, the question is: how often are you featuring the photo, name, needs or wants of your customers where everyone can see them? ” Seth Godin
  • 88. When it comes to trust, this does almost nothing
  • 89. @dustinswanson
  • 90. @dustinswanson
  • 91. Ambient Intimacy http://www.disambiguity.com/ambient-intimacy/
  • 92. The type of “effortless chatter” that tends to beposted on the social site is better at tapping intoour mind’s language capabilities due to humanevolution, which prioritizes and remembersinformation from social interactions.Memory CognitionMay 2013, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp 481-489
  • 93. Involve Others
  • 94. Common Hashtag
  • 95. Common Hashtag
  • 96. Unhostile Takeover
  • 97. Unhostile Takeover
  • 98. Unhostile Takeover
  • 99. Unhostile Takeover
  • 100. “Lisa Brady, one of my favorite school superintendents,decided not to wait for the conversation to start on its own.She went into her community in Dobbs Ferry, NewYork, and invited parents into a book study of TonyWagner’s The Global Achievement Gap.Over a six-month period, shewent to parent meetings, coffees,and other informal gatherings tolisten to what the parentsreading the book had to sayabout it. They told her: We haveto change.”
  • 101. http://goo.gl/vlT09
  • 102. http://paper.li/ECSD36/@EMSCarlson
  • 103. Easter Eggs
  • 104. Easter Eggs
  • 105. Easter Eggs
  • 106. Easter Eggs
  • 107. Easter Eggs
  • 108. Be Humanhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/donsolo/168732784/
  • 109. “We speak human at home and “professionalese” at work.” http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/7897347/My-challenge-to-you-only-speak-like-a-human-at-work.html
  • 110. http://practicaltheory.org/blog/@ChrisLehmann
  • 111. Transparency Trumps Gloss http://www.flickr.com/photos/sd/7746599/
  • 112. http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/32480960/
  • 113. Answer Hard Questions...in Public
  • 114. Answer Hard Questions...in Public
  • 115. Answer Hard Questions...in Public
  • 116. Answer Hard Questions...in Public
  • 117. http://www.dfsd.org/@YoleBrady
  • 118. Thanks, Lisa, for filling us in on the details of DFteachers professional development. We are gratefulfor the amazing teachers our daughter hasencountered so far at Springhurst. I am all forwhatever we as a district can do to invest in thelearning of this most precious resource.Im looking forward to seeing you again this week atthe Friday morning book chat.Happy holidays!Greta
  • 119. Dear Dr. Brady -I do understand the importance of teacherdevelopment days, but why are they counted asour childrens school days? I believe that for ourteachers annual pay levels some summer schoolhours (teachers and/or students) would not be outof line. What are the impediments to that?How do we start a review and evaluation of theeffectiveness of Early Dismissal days? This daysare some of the most disruptive days my childrenhave.Thank you.Sandra Merrow
  • 120. Sandra,Thanks for your feedback and insights. Early Dismissal Daysdo count toward student attendance days and teacher PD ishandled pretty much the same way in most school districts.We have quite a lot of summer professional developmentthat occurs every summer. One of the challenges is that notall teachers can necessarily be here at the same time in thesummer which limits the work that can be done bydepartment or grade level teams. There is so much thatneeds to be done right now because of the new APPRrequirements that necessitates teachers having time to worktogether on assessments, rubrics and planning. We really dotry to do the best that we can with the limited time we have.Dr. Brady
  • 121. Positive Deviantshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ssmarta/5657989204/
  • 122. http://plpnetwork.com/connectedkids/
  • 123. Model and Share Purpose http://www.flickr.com/photos/tweng/2295452969
  • 124. http://shannoninottawa.com/@shannoninottawa
  • 125. Be ahttp://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/school/ls/2012/09/10/to-learn-basic-mandarin-vocabulary-and-conversational-skills/ Learner....in Public
  • 126. Rather than write my goal in a book, I decided to create my own t-shirt. I have worn my t-shirt at CDNIS during staff meetings and grade level assemblies. The response from staff and students has been somewhat overwhelming as many are keen to get a ‘daily’ updateBe ahttp://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/school/ls/2012/09/10/to-learn-basic-mandarin-vocabulary-and-conversational-skills/ Learner....in Public
  • 127. Rather than write my goal in a book, I decided to create my own t-shirt. I have worn my t-shirt at CDNIS during staff meetings and grade level assemblies. The response from staff and students has been somewhat overwhelming as many are keen to get a ‘daily’ updateBe ahttp://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/school/ls/2012/09/10/to-learn-basic-mandarin-vocabulary-and-conversational-skills/ Learner....in Public
  • 128. http://www.psdblogs.ca/184/
  • 129. Thanks for listeningdean@shareski.ca@shareskishareski.ca