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Shifting From Judgment to Curiosity with Brad Hughes
24th January 2024 • Aspire to Lead • Joshua Stamper
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Join special guest, Brad Hughes, as we delve into powerful strategies for school administrators to provide constructive and positive feedback to teachers. Discover the art of cultivating curiosity in feedback sessions, fostering growth, and creating a collaborative and supportive educational environment. This discussion is a valuable resource for administrators seeking to enhance their feedback approach and build stronger relationships with their teaching staff. Tune in now for insights that can elevate your leadership journey!

About Brad Hughes:

Brad Hughes is the host of The Good News, Brad News Podcast. Brad is an elementary school principal in Ontario, Canada, with 25 years’ experience in education. Prior to becoming a school leader, Brad taught for 16 years from Kindergarten to eighth grade, most recently teaching middle school Visual Arts, French and Special Education. Brad has an ongoing commitment to reframing the joys and challenges of school life through a Self-Reg lens. Brad is an optimist and recovering perfectionist, passionate about improving kids' lives by loving and supporting the adults that serve them.

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