Archives for May 2015

Looking for Meaning at Work? Here’s How to Find It…

You don’t want to miss this article explaining the value of understanding your innate giftedness and motivation and how to apply it in your work life. “SIMA has found these patterns of motivated abilities remain constant throughout one’s life. The child who at five enjoys solving math problems is very likely to pursue analytical problem […]

Kirk Day School Names Clement Head of School

JobfitMatters is pleased to announce Taylor Clement’s appointment as the next Head of School of Kirk Day School in St. Louis, Missouri beginning July 1. The board unanimously voted to select Taylor in March.  He currently serves as the Assistant Head of School at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee and has a proven track […]

The Ten Commandments of Meetings

View image | gettyimages.com Recently, we were in a client Board Meeting. We got a lot done that day, but one of the members of the Board said something to the effect of “all of their meetings weren’t like that.” That reminded us of something that Jerold Panas wrote in one of his books that […]

To STEM or not to STEM in Christian Schools

This week we are switching gears to the K-12 sector in Christian education. It is a delight to feature George Sanker, Headmaster of Covenant School in Charlottesville, VA and his perspective on STEM and liberal arts programs in Christian schools. When I accepted the position of Headmaster at The Covenant School in Charlottesville, VA, I […]