"I tell people all the time — the world is waiting for your particular brand of leadership.”
— Kaya Henderson
If you’ve heard previous episodes of The Leaders’ Table, you know we’re on a quest to find out what makes leaders tick.
This week with Kaya Henderson (TFA New York ’92), we cut right to the heart of it.
Our conversation with Kaya packs a punch — and not in the way you might expect if you know much about this former Chancellor of D.C. Public Schools.
Kaya’s one of those rare leaders who’s willing to go there, get deep and share not only how she measures her own personal and professional success, but how her favorite mistakes have shaped her leadership.
That’s authentically Kaya.
Tune in for tips, tricks, insights and stories from Kaya Henderson and other education changemakers. #LeadersTablePodcast
Courtney English (TFA Metro Atlanta ’07), chairman of the Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education, on how the stories of his past students influence his policymaking decisions.
Need to catch up on the #LeadersTablePodcast?
Check out Episode 1 with Ryan Smith, Episode 2 with Nina Rees, Episode 3 with Aixle Aman, Episode 4 with Luis Avila, Episode 5 with Jada Drew, Episode 6 with Amy Wilkins, Episode 7 with Marc Holley, Episode 8 with Jim Shelton, Episode 9 with Tai Dixon, Episode 10 with Matt Candler, Episode 11 with Stacey Childress, Episode 12 with Luzelma Canales, Episode 13 with Manny Lamarre, Episode 14 with Bill Ferguson, or Episode 15 with Chris Cerf — and subscribe for upcoming episodes on your favorite podcast feed (iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud).
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