In this episode, leadership experts representing education and the business sector share ideas and best leadership practices for school success. Listen to proven leaders discuss new challenges for 21st century leaders, the importance of building relationships and trust within organizations and how working with a leadership coach can improve confidence and greater success in a leadership position.
Guests:
Harvey Alvy served as a practicing principal for 14 years in both elementary and secondary schools.  Harvey’s international experiences included the American School in Kinshasa, Zaire, the American International School in Israel, the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India, and Singapore American School. He was selected as a NAESP National Distinguished Principal for American Overseas Schools, and is a founding member of the Principals’ Training Center for International Schools.  In 2004 Harvey received the Eastern Washington University (EWU) Faculty Achievement Award for Teaching Excellence.  He has co-authored, with Pam Robbins, Learning From Lincoln: Leadership Practices for School Success (ASCD), The Principal’s Companion (4th Ed, Corwin Press), The New Principal’s Fieldbook: Strategies for Success (ASCD), and If I Only Knew: Success Strategies for Navigating the Principalship (Corwin Press).  With Dr. Jane Liu, Harvey co-authored a Mandarin only book for Chinese school principals, The Principal Management Handbook: The American Principal’s Approach to Successful Administration.  He has conducted presentations, both nationally and internationally, on a variety of principalship topics, especially related to new principals, and on the leadership of Abraham Lincoln.  Harvey is Professor Emeritus at EWU where he held the William C. Shreeve Endowed Professorship in Educational Leadership.
Dan Forbes is an Leadership and Executive Coach who is in the possibility business, helping clients create the future they really want both personally and professionally. He is a Certified Executive Coach by the Center for Executive Coaching and the International Coaching Federation (ICF). He is founder of the #LeadWithGiants Community on Social Media and the #LeadWithGiants Tweetchat. Before Coaching, Dan was a Minister/Counselor, a Real Estate Brokerage owner, and a Financial Advisor at a Fortune 15 Company. He is uniquely suited to work with leaders, business owners, professionals, and entrepreneurs. He holds a Master of Divinity degree and lives in Austin, Texas.
Marceta Reilly is a leadership coach who believes the “coach approach” to leadership is a vital skill for 21st century leaders. Her passion is developing leaders and organizational cultures that inspire the human spirit.
She is a co-author of two books about coaching conversations and helps individuals and teams get clearer about what they want, more confident about how they “show up” in their work, and develop collaborative working relationships.
Most of Marceta’s career has been in public education as a teacher, principal, and school superintendent. After 34 years at the K-12 level, she became a faculty member and researcher at the University of Kansas, and a founding member of the nonprofit, Coaching For Results,Inc. She has been coaching since 2001 and now has her own company, Reilly & Associates, in which she helps people get the results they want.
Marceta has a PhD in educational administration, received coach training from Breakthrough Enterprises, and earned Professional Certified Coach (PCC) certification from the International Coach Federation in 2007.
About The Goin’ Digital Show
 
The Goin’ Digital Show airs every other Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central on the Teach Cow Broadcasting Network at TeachCow.com. Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, a
veteran school superintendent in southern Illinois, The Goin’ Digital Show is a live, one- hour Google Hangout that promotes the principles of Digital Leadership in K-12 schools and features many of the nation’s top school superintendents, principals and innovators in public education. Connect with Dr. Goins on Twitter at @wfsuper or visit www.goindigital.com.
About Dr. Greg Goins
Dr. Greg Goins is a school district superintendent, adjunct professor, podcast host and passionate advocate for re-imagined schools who is available to speak or present at your next conference or professional development event.
As an innovative leader, Dr. Goins is a dynamic speaker who has previously presented at the Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA) Conference, the Illinois Education & Technology Conference (IETC), the Illinois Computing Educators (ICE) Conference and the IASB/IASA/IASBO Joint Annual Conference (Triple I) in Chicago, recognized as one of the nation’s largest state education conferences with more than 9,000 public school leaders in attendance in 2015.
As host of The Goin’ Digital Show, Dr. Goins promotes the principles of Digital Leadership and Future Ready Schools during a one hour live broadcast every other week on the Teach Cow Network at www.teachcow.com. The show features many of the nation’s top school superintendents, principals and innovators in public education and will be available on iTunes in 2016.
Forever a teacher at heart, Dr. Goins remains in the classroom as an Adjunct Professor in Educational Leadership and specializes in Digital Leadership, Educational Technology and Leadership Theory.
For 2016, Dr. Goins is available to speak on the following topics: Connected Leadership, Reimagined Schools, Learning Spaces, Social Media in Schools, Community Engagement, Edcamp Planning and Digital Tools for School Administrators. Please send inquiries todrgreggoins@gmail.com or visit www.drgreggoins.com.

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