by Nelson Coulter | Apr 12, 2023 | Thought Leaders

As a school principal, and as a school superintendent, and as a teacher of those who aspire to the same, I have often said the following:

“School” is a sanctuary of learning. It exists for the sole and sacred purpose of LEARNING. If the leaders of the school — teachers, administrators, school board members — are not learning at a faster clip than the students, I think we have a problem.

I continue to believe that assertion to my very core.

As I consider other kinds of organizations, perhaps the truth of that assertion transfers…

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Nelson Coulter
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Nelson Coulter has held a lot of titles: rancher, educator, author, musician, entrepreneur, coach, mentor, consultant, and professor. He has coached, taught, and been published in many settings. He has served in public schools of all shapes, sizes, and contexts.  He currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice at Louisiana State University - Shreveport. His most cherished titles, however, are the ones not attached to career identity: son, husband, dad, and granddad.