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Lead Beyond Your Title: Featuring Nili Bartley

Lead Beyond Your Title

Lead Beyond Your Title

In this episode, Nili Bartley and I discuss how to make an impact on a campus without a leadership title, creating student leaders, empowering others to have a voice and establishing a culture of creativity! #AspireLead

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Nili Bartley

Nili Bartley is a Tech integration specialist, teacher, blogger, speaker and author of #LeadLAP guide book, “Lead beyond Your Title: Creating Change in School from Any Role”.

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About the author, Joshua

Joshua Stamper is a middle school Assistant Principal for a North Texas School District, where he's had the amazing opportunity to work at four campuses, two districts, and with hundreds of students, teachers, and administrators. Prior to Joshua's current position, he was a classroom educator and athletic coach for 6 years working with students in grades 6-8.

In addition to his administrative position, Joshua is a podcaster, blogger, leadership coach and education presenter.

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