This week’s guest, Trevor Timmerberg, shares how his experience in the military shaped his self discipline and changed his perspective on leadership. As a student who had labels placed on him, Trevor is determined to teach his students that mistakes don’t define who you are as a person.
In this episode, we also discuss:
- Cafeteria as a Temperature Check
- Restorative Practices built on Relationships
- And Constructing a Leadership Mission Statement
About Trevor Timmerberg:
Trevor is a High School Administrator, Commissioned Officer, YMCA Downtown Board of Directors and Ed.D Leadership Student.
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