Tag: leadership coach

Inspire Leadership Podcast – Épisode 15 avec le Dr Robert Laurie

Dans plusieurs écoles, nous mettons en place des initiatives afin de promouvoir le bien-être des élèves et du personnel. Des activités ludiques, des célébrations de nos succès, ou des moments pour reconnaître les bonnes actions des individus ne sont que quelques exemples. Comme direction d’école, c’est souvent (si pas toujours) un défi de mesurer l’impact…

Finding A Leader

During my usual 50 minute morning commute to school, I was listening to the John Maxwell Leadership Podcast. They talked about leaders developing other leaders, but then John said something that really got me thinking: leaders don’t necessarily make other leaders but rather, they FIND other leaders. I needed to put my thinking into words,…

Inspire Leadership Podcast – Épisode 10 avec Jean-François Boulanger

Lors de l’épisode 10, Jean-François Boulanger nous rappelle qu’il ne faut pas avoir peur de penser à l’extérieur de la boîte afin d’améliorer notre école. De plus, il nous raconte comment le positivisme a un impact incroyable dans son travail. Comme direction d’école, notre mission est de bâtir la culture, et de faire voler les…

A Moment To Inspire: Good Morning Routines

A Moment To Inspire: Good Morning Routines Joël talks about the positive impact a good morning routine can have on your day, as well as your growth, both personal and professionnal. Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/inspirelifeleadershipcoaching

Invest In A Morning Routine

Do you have a personal morning routine? When talking with other people about personal and leadership development, I find that the topic isn’t addressed all that much. Still, there are people who are curious about whether a morning routine would be beneficial to them. A good routine allows us to operate within our strength zones,…

Work-Life Balance: What Does It Really Mean?

“You have to strike a balance between work and your personal life!“ I can’t tell you how many times I have heard or seen this phrase (or a similar one) in articles, from colleagues and family members, in speeches, or even on social media. I have even said it myself several times in the past. What…