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An Imperfect Leader

Peter Stiepleman
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Hello and welcome to An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action, a series where leaders look back at decisions they made and ask themselves: * What happened? * What got overlooked? * What did you learn about relationships or what new relationships were formed? * What frustrated you? * What could you have done differently? * And in the end, what was something good that came out of the experience – because it is through our mistakes where our greatest learning takes place. I'm Peter Stiepleman. I'm your host AND I'm an imperfect leader. I spent more than 20 years teaching and leading, first in the Oakland Public Schools in Oakland, CA and then in the Midwest – Missouri, to be exact – where I was a teacher, a principal, an assistant superintendent and the superintendent of the 5th largest school district in a state of more than 500 districts. I am constantly striving to learn from my experiences and from the experiences of other leaders. The aim of this podcast is to lift the learn... more

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This week, Dr. Jim Wipke to joins the podcast. Jim talks about the power of supporting resilience (a dimension from the Human-Centered School Transformation Model) and he breaks down a decision he made during the pandemic - the decision to bring bac... more

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In this episode of An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action, my guest is Dr. Quintin Shepherd of the Victoria Public Schools in Victoria, Texas. We talk about a number of lessons from his book, The Secret to Transformational Leadership, incl... more

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In this episode of An Imperfect Leader: Leadership in (After) Action, Dr. Shari Camhi is my guest. We talk about Ron Berger’s book, An Ethic of Excellence. We talk about what learning spaces currently look like for children and a shift in what they c... more

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Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 29 ratings
  • An Authentic Exploration of Lived Experiences

    Peter Stiepleman leverages his understanding of and experiences with the dynamics of educational leadership to explore the minefield of educational decision-making in the Superintendency. Peter's insightful questions and investigative curiosity guide his listeners through an exploration of our educational landscape providing a glimpse behind the decision-making curtain - from snow days to standardized tests. Listening to these episodes takes me back to a world I won't soon forget!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Gibbo GC
    United States2 months ago
  • Loved This

    Peter and Jeanice are exceptional reflective leaders. Their conversation is a classic example of being open and vulnerable in order to lead. I am so glad Peter had turned his talents to this podcast. Peter is a brilliant communicator and is easy to listen to. Thanks Peter and Jeanice!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Chris Belcher Mizzou
    United States2 months ago
  • Recognizing Imperfection

    Great job Peter! Recognizing imperfection is truly the first step toward effective leadership. Thank you for your efforts to put these podcast together!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Rk309
    United States3 months ago
  • Excellent podcast to educate the non-educated in education

    Education is so foreign to me from a professional perspective. I want to learn more about superintendents and the challenges they go through. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Kick925
    United States3 months ago
  • Congrats

    Peter this is great. Congrats on the podcast-relevant to all leaders.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Pooorrrrrrrr
    United States3 months ago

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