I recently met with a principal that I mentor. She had identified some long-standing processes and procedures that were ineffective and impairing campus performance. Her question, “When is the best time to make the change?”
My answer, “Now.”
“But won’t that be disruptive?”
“Then shouldn’t I wait?”
What is the value in prolonging the inevitable? If something isn’t working, fix it. It’s the difference between getting worse and getting better.
Once you know a change has to me made, the best time to change is NOW.
Think. Work. Achieve.
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