Cale Birk: Observable Impact

Cale Birk: Observable Impact

Cale Birk is a District Principal of Innovation in British Columbia, co-author and imagineer of “PLC 2.0 – Collaborating for Impact in Today’s Schools”, “The PLC 2.0 Toolkit” and “Changing Change Using Learner-Centered...
Fishbowls and leadership

Fishbowls and leadership

Being a fish is a hard existence. Living in a fishbowl offers no privacy. People peer into your world unless the lights are out. Fishbowls also work in leadership. To inspire massive change, influence the biggest fish, not all the fish. We used this strategy at Brooks...
Empty cups, boxes, and mindfulness

Empty cups, boxes, and mindfulness

I’m getting excited about this summer’s live event. This week I continued to draft out the gathering’s agenda. It’s available here (no email required), but please note it is a working draft. Things will change šŸ˜‰ If you readĀ The Art of Gathering...
The problem with unicorns

The problem with unicorns

Have you ever met a unicorn? They think the world revolves around them. And when we are lazy presenters, we might as well be a unicorn standing on the stage. When an audience gifts their attention, tell them stories they’ll find interesting, not the ones you...