Monthly Archives: November 2012

What About Play?

Last week I wrote about balance, and I got quite a strong response from dozens of people who just like me, needed a wake up call to what’s really important in their lives. This week I’d like to talk about … Continue reading

Posted in Daniel Kerr | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

8 Top Tips: Preparing for and Conducting a Successful Job Interview

Over the next three months, you will most likely be interviewed through Skype, or in person at a recruitment fair or private meeting. This is the period during which the leading international schools will recruit at least 80% of their … Continue reading

Posted in Forrest Broman | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Finding Balance

So last week during a conversation with a respected mentor of mine, the topic of balance came up………. and it got me thinking. To be honest, I have personally struggled with this for a few years now, and it’s something … Continue reading

Posted in Daniel Kerr | Leave a comment

International Recruitment Fairs: the Pros and Cons

As you know, over the next few months a number of leading recruitment agencies will host fairs throughout the world, which are designed to produce direct contact and hiring decisions for hundreds of international schools and thousands of candidates. For … Continue reading

Posted in Forrest Broman | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Inspiration

I’ve been incredibly inspired lately by a number of different things, and it has opened up my eyes yet again to one of life’s undeniable truths……..which is that inspiration is all around us, in every moment of every day, just … Continue reading

Posted in Daniel Kerr | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Teachers teaching Teachers

Less than two weeks ago we rolled out our new “SIPS” initiative in the Middle School, as part of our attempt to take advantage of the incredible amount of educational expertise that we currently have on staff. We set up … Continue reading

Posted in Daniel Kerr | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment