ACTIONABLE SELF-REFLECTION

ACTIONABLE

SELF-REFLECTION

Being aware of yourself and examining yourself objectively

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ILLUMINATE YOUR BLIND SPOTS

ILLUMINATE YOUR

BLIND SPOTS

How can I see my own blind spots to be more confident and effective as a leader?

LEARN

Jim Knight on why we run from opportunities to learn (hint: we lack self-awareness)

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An episode of the Blanchard Leader Chat Podcast on why it matters to know who you are and how others see you

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PRACTICE

An assessment tool from The Eurich Group to uncover your level of self-awareness

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Ask yourself these tough questions from Leaderonomics, regularly

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Establish a habit for 15 minutes each day to ask these questions from the Kellogg School of Management

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DEFRAGMENT YOUR MIND

How can I respond more productively to everyday stresses?

LEARN

An article from The New York Times about what happened to reflective thought and why it matters

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How to know what's really going on in a fractured world, from The New York Times

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PRACTICE

From the Institute for Mindful Leadership, a guided meditation on achieving a win-win-win in a difficult decision

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A step by step guide to digital detox, from Forbes

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DEFINE YOUR ROLE

How can I show up as a leader?

LEARN

Bain & Company's research shows 33 statistically significant attributes that create inspiration in others

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Define your leadership footprint with these insights and tips from Harvard Business Review

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PRACTICE

Michael Bungay Stanier from Box of Crayons offers guidance on how to build your reputation by knowing your values

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ACTIVATE

ACTIVATE

  • Initiate conversations that develop your vocabulary and working knowledge of Actionable Self-Reflection.
  • Evaluate your own strength. Look and ask for feedback as you model Actionable Self-Reflection.
  • Tackle a challenge in your school or district that gives you the opportunity to apply your skills of fostering Actionable Self-Reflection. Facilitate experiences that allow your team to apply these skills too.
  • Make your growth explicit by reflecting metacognitively on your practice.
  • Curate a community of practice that engages trusted others in the process of sharing goals and feedback around Actionable Self-Reflection.

EXTEND

EXTEND

A book by Tasha Eurich, a summary of the fascinating science about self-insight.

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A podcast on the impact of technology on fragmenting focus and productivity.

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A book by Nancy Colier on building connection and distilling focus.

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Explore GLISI's services for teachers, school leaders, and central office leaders and contact us to learn more about how we can explicitly support your and your team's SEL growth.

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