Posts Tagged ‘ Linchpin ’

How Are You An Artist?

Lyn Hilt is a school administrator I enjoy following for her thoughtfulness and creative thinking. In her recent post “Be An Artist”, she refers to Seth Godin’s book Linchpin. Godin talks about how people can be indispensable in their organizations by becoming artists and doing the emotional work they need to become linchpins. At first, I did not really see how I was being artistic in the work that I do as a school administrator. After all, let’s face it, the word “artist” doesn’t instantly come to mind when we think of “administrator”. But reading through the criteria that Hilt refers to in her post, I started to get it.  She says: Continue reading

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