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Supporting Students Through Professional Development

The Assistant Superintendent of Personnel and Policy, Dr. Michelle Ruble, and the Directors of Professional Development, Dr. Rhonda Baldwin and Mrs. Kenya Elder of the Douglas County School System (DCSS) attended the Highlands Certification Training program that I…

Georgia’s School Leaders Link Performance Goals to Natural Ability

As a consultant for the Georgia School Superintendents Association (GSSA) for the past 18 years, I have had the honor of working with more than 1,000 dedicated education administrators and leaders to leverage their talents in guiding their…

The Highlands Leader Report: Practical Solutions for High-Level Challenges

Leaders face a special set of challenges in the workplace. It’s important for anyone to know their natural abilities, but leaders especially benefit from team members understanding their strengths and how they differ from others on their team. Their…

A Career Coaching Relationship to Span Several Stages of Life

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Every year since 1999, I have worked with the University of Georgia in a special leadership program. As part of that program, 30 students take the Highlands Ability Battery (HAB). The HAB is followed by a group debrief…

Applying Highlands Ability Battery Results to Teaching

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In 2000, Susan, who teaches at the University of Georgia, took the Highlands Ability Battery (HAB) under my guidance. Susan wanted a working knowledge of the assessment so she could assist students interpret their own HAB results and…