Part #2. Communicating Your Culture
We all have a culture. It’s made up our beliefs, values and purpose in this world.
Mother Teresa had a culture and so did Hitler. One used theirs to heal and the other to kill.
They were vastly different people, But no one disputes their ability to communicate their culture. On eused that power to bring goodness and help to the world, the other developed one of the most ruthless, disgusting and devastating armies the world has ever seen.
What is the culture of your school?
But more importantly; how do you nurture and communicate that culture?
What tools are you developing so you communicate in a highly effective way, just as all great leaders do?
My suggestion is to jump on a guy named Rudy Miick’s blog. This guy is amazing, and has done some things that are truly world class, you can jump on here, it’s free: http://www.miick.com/
Whatever you choose to do (and it’s all a choice…) I suggest you take are hard look at your culture and how you’re sharing it with your staff and a students, it’s the difference between 70 students and 700 students.