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Building a Winning Team
The Power of a Magnetic Reputation and The Need to Recruit Top Talent in Every School
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Talent manifests within the culture of organizations when the formative outcomes align with the vision of what doors education will offer our students throughout their lives. Talented teachers ensure this happens on a daily basis. If you want to recruit talented educators who will change the culture of your school and attract more talent, read Building a Winning!--Dennis Griffin, Principal and Speaker The most successful schools are those who are able to attract and retain the best educators. They do so through belief, instilling a sense of purpose, and consistent support. Creating this type of culture that people want to be a part of is a secret no more as Joseph Jones, Salome Thomas-EL, and T.J. Vari provide a blueprint, backed by pertinent examples as experiences from the trenches. The ideas and strategies presented will help you in your quest to unlock the potential of your team.--Eric Sheninger, senior fellow, International Center for Leadership in Education There are so many accessible and actionable ideas in these pages, focused not only on attracting and retaining talent but creating a culture where educators and students excel and grow, while tapping into and bringing out their gifts to make schools a better place for all. An incredible read that I will be suggesting to leadership teams over and over again.--George Couros, Learner, Educator, and Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Leadership consultant; author, "The Innovator's Mindset" There just aren't enough books available that are written for practitioners by practitioners that include both the research and the evidence to support new ways for leading schools. As a principal, I have found that teacher turnover is a growing issue. Joe, Salome, and T.J. spend no time admiring the problems we face. They jump right into solutions with tips, spotlights, and leadership team activities. Not only did I read this book, but I plan on using it as a blueprint to improve the reputation of my school along with the recruitment tactics we use to find great staff members. I've read their work for years, I've seen them speak, and they hit the nail on the head again with Building a Winning Team. Love it!--Cynthia Jewell, Principal, Stockbridge Elementary School, Georgia Throughout my career, I have seen some amazing teams in the NBA. It takes a special skill to build and maintain a winning team! This book tells you just how to do that! Building a Winning Team is a must-read for every leader and coach of any organization.--Marc Zumoff, 76ers play-by-play Analyst on NBC
Dr. Joseph Jones is the Superintendent of the New Castle County Vocational-Technical School District in Delaware. Joe is a former high school social studies teacher, assistant principal, and principal. Dr. Salome Thomas-EL has been a teacher and principal in Philadelphia, PA and Wilmington, DE since 1987. He is currently the Head of School at Thomas Edison Public Charter School in Wilmington, DE. Dr. Thomas J. Vari is the Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools and District Operations in the Appoquinimink School District in Delaware. He is a former middle school assistant principal and principal and former high school English teacher and department chair.
Dedication and Acknowledgements Preface: The Growing Need for Talent Introduction: A Winning Team Chapter One: The Magnetic Force of a School's Story Chapter Two: Success Practices Chapter Three: Taking a Deeper Dive and Employing a Technical Tip Chapter Four: Attracting Elite Talent Chapter Five: Performance, Passion, and Professional Learning Chapter Six: A Reputation that Stands Out Chapter Seven: "Bringing Sexy Back" to Human Resources Chapter Eight: Advertise Chapter Nine: Taking a Deeper Dive and Employing a Technical Tip Chapter Ten: Recruiting Elite Talent Chapter Eleven: Strategically Pursuing a Clear Path Forward Chapter Twelve: A Recruiting Effort that Stands Out Chapter Thirteen: Conclusion--Taking Action References