Chris Mominey of Avanti Advisors returns to the podcast in the fifth installment of the "Leadership in Catholic Schools" podcast series. He discusses with Dr. Tim Uhl on the Catholic School Matters podcast seven crises in Catholic schools and stresses the importance of how you deal with people as the #1 priority. Then Dr. Daniel McMahon of DeMatha HS joins the podcast to reflect on the conversation. #catholicschoolmatters
Dr. Melanie Palmisano, leadership consultant & former superintendent of Diocese of Baton Rouge, joins Dr. Tim Uhl on the Catholic School Matters podcast to discuss 5 recent controversies which have challenged Catholic school leaders. Then Dr. Antonio Felix of Loyola Marymount joins the podcast to reflect on the conversation #catholicschoolmatters
Dr. Kevin Baxter, the Director of the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program at ACE Notre Dame, rejoins the podcast to discuss 5 recent controversies in Catholic education. Then in Part 2, Dr. Bill Hughes reflects on the conversation. Both conversations are with Dr. Tim Uhl on the #catholicschoolmatters podcast and are Part 3 of the Leadership in Catholic School series.
The series on controversies in Catholic school leadership continues with a conversation with Greg Richmond, Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago, who discusses 5 recent controversies with Dr. Tim Uhl on the Catholic School Matters podcast, including court cases involving Catholic charter schools and serving students with disabilities. Then Faustin Weber comes on the show to discuss the previous conversation and provide some reflections. #catholicschoolmatters
Dr. Daniel McMahon, the long-time principal of DeMatha Catholic High School in Washington, DC, joins Dr. Tim Uhl on the Catholic School Matters podcast to discuss controversies in Catholic schools. Then Dr. Beth Purvis, the Director of the Educating Character Initiative at Wake Forest, joins the podcast to reflect on the conversation. This is the first in a series of podcasts designed to discuss how to lead Catholic schools through crisis. #catholicschoolmatters