Are you weighed down by day to day noise?
- Do you feel there’s always something new?
- Are you worried you are missing something?
- Do spend too much time juggling email, messages, and meeting requests?
- Are meetings filled with information, with little time for important and emerging ideas
We love teaching school leaders how to thoughtfully declutter
It’s increasingly rare to see leaders who create the time to simplify,
offer exceptional clarity,
and hold meaningful conversations with their people.
Simplifi, Clarifi, Amplifi strategies will help you build the kind of culture you dreamed about when you accepted your position, and a great lead domino is to start by Creating Your Things-No-To-Do-List.
Creating information peace of mind to better manage things and lead people.
Simplifi: declutter and focus on what's most important.
Clarifi: create dynamic meetings to ensure clarity, remove obstacles, and check progress.
Amplifi: build a vibrant staff culture that quickly turns into positive results.
Why the “i”?
The “i” is intentional and represents inspiration. We want to help you to inspire your staff and lead as a warm demander as you
Simplifi goals and procedures
Clarifi questions and remove obstacles
We ❤️ School Secretaries!
Ask any principal for the names of the three most difficult people to replace and overwhelmingly the list is headed by a secretary or administrative assistant.
Is this you?
Did you have to mostly learn on the job and attend the School of Hard Knocks?
Is it rare for you to find an opportunity to build community, collaborate, and receive professional learning outside your school or district?
That's how it was for Lori and far too many others AND every superintendent and principal we talk to would like to find something more for their secretaries and admin assistants ...
SO we created The School Secretary Club
Nohea represents the beauty in being optimistic, energetic and giving, while seeking truth and opportunities to serve. We are inspired by immense depth of kindness and interdependence in the aloha spirit.
Aloha is more than a word of greeting or farewell or a salutation. Aloha means mutual regard and affection and extends warmth in caring with no obligation in return. Aloha is the essence of relationships in which each person is important to every other person for collective existence. Aloha means to hear what is not said, to see what cannot be seen and to know the unknowable.
University of Hawai‘i