Leadership is expensive. Costly. Cheap leadership is never good leadership. Here are 7 high costs of good leadership: Personal agenda - Good leaders give up their personal desires for the good of others, the team or the organization.
Sure, you work hard. But do you work smart? More important, do you embrace the habits that can propel your success? What is it that separates people who are highly effective in work (and life) from those who are less so?
As we look into integrating tablets in the classroom, it’s becoming increasingly clear that buying tablets for the purpose of enhancing learning is very different to buying tablets for recreational purposes such as browsing Facebook and entertainment sites, or even for more serious pursuits such as business or work. Parents and teachers need to consider a myriad of issues specific to young people.