Ideas versus impossible.
Working in school communications for the better part of nine years has given me a strong sense of how to guide schools and districts in informing and connecting with their stakeholders.
Last week, we dug into how post-pandemic life affect Planning Cycle and Tools. This week, we’re moving toward the People and Thinking.
The disturbing and heartbreaking loss of so many young lives and the devoted educators in Texas last week put a cloud over many of our celebrations as Memorial Day rang in the unofficial start of summer.
In this first post, we’ll explore the ways we need to rethink Planning Cycle and the Tools we use.
People often think of a brand as the visual or graphic symbol you use to depict a school district or education organization. The truth is, even though your logo is vitally important, it is only a small part of your true, authentic brand.
From the dentist office to fantasy football and in the walls of your organization, how often have you heard these words, “Well, that’s best practice.”
If you’ve ever worked with CESO Transportation, you know we’re passionate about seeing every student arrive safely and on time …
Retaining and recruiting staff members has become an issue that almost every district is struggling to manage. The reality for school districts has shifted and it’s now necessary to think differently about how to recruit and retain staff members.
The last two years have demonstrated that the need to identify what is broken or likely to break will be of paramount importance for organizations. Organizations are seeing now that they must develop and prototype the people, process and technology changes needed; and, most importantly, effectuate change.
For over 20 years, Derrick Agate has been a champion for training non-licensed school staff.
CESO values and why they definitely matter to you.
Leaders talk about the stuff that makes CESO a pretty incredible place.
A place for extraordinary thoughts, displays of mastery, and a little bit of mayhem