In this episode I sit down with friend and colleague, Dr. Jeff Cimmerer. Jeff is the Chief Information Officer for a large suburban school district in Upstate New York. He and I have a lively discussion about the horrible presentations we have seen during our time as school leaders. We share a bunch of dos and don’ts about planning, designing, and delivering effective presentations. Don’t be one of those school administrators that we talk about for giving bad presentations. You can get better.
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In this episode I interview political reporter, television pundit, and author Eleanor Clift. Eleanor is a regular contributor to The Daily Beast and has a long history covering national politics - every presidential election since 1976. Many people know Eleanor as a perennial panelist on the syndicated talk show, “The McLaughlin Group.” I started watching “The Group” as a high school student in the early 90s, and I’ve been a faithful viewer ever since. Eleanor and I talk about writing, communication with new media, what makes a good leader, and the challenges facing K-12 education. She even predicts the candidates and the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
To learn more about Eleanor and her work visit http://www.eleanorclift.com/. Enjoy this interview with Eleanor Clift.