The GLOBAL Group passionately pursues the following goals:
by Dr. David A.Wells
Clients of the GLOBAL School Consulting Group encouraged us several years ago to develop a full-service executive search service, tailored to their unique needs and profiles. That encouragement led to the development of GLOBAL School Searches, a niche search agency that connects leaders and schools worldwide.
Use your cell phone and take a picture of your children before you head out to the mall or the store on shopping trips before school starts.
As a Consultant, I’m challenged to invest time and effort in projects through which I’ll have influence and impact schools and organizations that are positioned to, in turn, influence and impact students and their families and communities in positive and lasting ways. Recently I’ve read a few articles that have prompted me to recognize a framework that I’ve utilized without previously trying to articulate its components, that provides clarity and consistency in my thinking and for my counsel to consultants and school leaders about career and personal goals and aspirations. The framework has four components aligned with the Japanese psychological concept of “Ikigai.”1
GLOBAL School Searches and the GLOBAL School Consulting Group are pleased to join the Crossroads Christian Academy Board in announcing the appointment of Mrs. Jamie C. Jodrey as the new Director of CCA. Jamie, selected from among several qualified and experienced educators and school leaders, is taking on the leadership role as preparation begins for the 2022-23 school year.
The GLOBAL School Consulting Group is pleased to announce that Dr. Tassos Anastasiades is now an Affiliated Consultant with the Group. We are pleased to welcome this global educator of forty plus years to our team of world-class consultants and trainers.
by Dr. David A. Wells
A school’s Purpose is expressed through its Mission. I work with many schools founded by visionary entrepreneurs with an end in mind about which they are passionate – a difference they want to make in the lives of children and young people, in families, communities, countries, and even the world. Many times, the initial motivation was as singular as creating the school they envision as ideal for their children. I don’t recall interacting with any school founders who had the vision simply to start a school, build a business, or create a place to go to work. Rather, they all founded schools to make a difference at some level and in some way.
by Karen A Wrobbel, EdD
In global education, it is common for schools to call themselves “international” – either in their name, such as “International Christian School of CityName,” or in their description, such as “XXX Academy is an international Christian school.” However, the term “international” can have different meanings to different people, so it is important for school leaders to be clear about the way(s) in which their school is “international.”