Every teacher is a multiplier. Multipliers magnify and expand the unique gifts, talents and abilities of their students. This approach to teaching and leading is necessary to keep students engaged and focused on getting better. This is how to foster the Growth Mindset that students need to experience success and endure when things get difficult. Liz Wiseman’s book, “Multipliers: How the best leaders make everyone smarter” offers more details on this approach to leadership. She shares that without an intentional focus on helping people grow and multiply, the leader can have a diminishing effect on those around them. Obviously, as a teacher and a leader, you don’t want this. Great teachers train their thinking and focus their actions on becoming more effective multipliers. Embracing this idea of The Multiplier Effect allows you to push students to do their absolute best.
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