#060, Maximizing Leadership Success with Matthew Peavyhouse
Unlock the secrets to successful leadership with Matthew Peavyhouse, Head of School at Tampa Bay Christian Academy!
Join us for an insightful conversation on navigating the changing landscape of education, the power of coaching and guidance, and much more. Listen now to take your leadership to the next level! Listen Now!
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Highlights of the Episode:
[02:14] Matt Peavyhouse, and he is the head of school at Tampa Bay Christian Academy
[06:02] it was called Tampa Baptist Academy at the time
[09:57] So right now, I'm at 93% re enrollment for next year
[10:22] we focus on schools that are students that are from academically disenfranchised, culturally diverse, and economically disempowered neighborhoods
[12:16] But that had created a problem in who we were as a school
[16:12]They don't make it easy. It is possible
[19:29]Yeah, we're growing like crazy.
[21:03]So branching out to other cities, and creating kind of hubs that students can go to
[24:41]It's a workable and fixable logistical nightmare.
[25:11] a one stop shop for for families
[27:25]my job is to figure out who the who's who needs to be working in this
[32:37]This is who we are, this is what we're going to live by
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