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posted Oct 5, 2015, 11:09 AM by Google Apps   [ updated Oct 5, 2015, 11:12 AM ]

Trust. It’s at the core of every successful relationship and organization. Trust is a concept that we sometimes overlook in the educational setting. We tend to focus on strengths, needs, and program details. However, trust within an organization or lack thereof will either sustain or ravel an entity when times get difficult. According to Patrick Lencioni, author of The Advantage, “At the heart of vulnerability lies the willingness of people to abandon their pride and their fear, to sacrifice their egos for the collective good of the team.”

Our Leadership team is working toward developing and securing that trust within South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative. Developing trust takes time and consistency, as you know working with your own students to help them become the most productive they can be. This year you have been in the midst of change and vision of new leadership. Your trust that we will create the best organization, by demonstration and willingness to be a part of an exceptional and growing SCKSEC team, are imperative to success for students. Great teams move great people. Together we can be great,
productive and trustworthy!