Marshall Snedaker
Marshall Snedaker is a marketing communications manager for FranklinCovey Education. He earned his bachelor of arts degree in communications. He supports The Leader in Me team, its initiatives and is passionate about the mission of FranklinCovey’s Education Division and enjoys contributing to the leadership development of school culture. His goal is to inspire students, teachers, and administrators to excel.

Written by Marshall Snedaker:

How You Can Create a Peace Path of Your Own in 6 Steps.

  This is a guest post written by Mrs. Kari Butcher, First-Grade Teacher, Hollywood Elementary, A Leader in Me School, Stevensville, MI. Here’s how you can create your own Peace Path in 6 steps: The Peace Path is a conflict-resolution tool that helps students come up with 3rd Alternative solutions themselves; it offers insightful steps that shift the read more

What is one of the greatest school traditions you’ve seen?

Leader in Me Coaching Panel Q: What is one of the greatest school traditions you’ve seen? Describe briefly!   A: Renee Slack (Leader in Me Coach) Osage Beach Elementary in Osage Beach, MO: PreK-4. This school has its 3rd graders do a think tank and devise its theme and “slogan” for the upcoming year. Then read more

Why Rethink Leadership?

Muriel Summers, principal of A.B. Combs Elementary, said, “We only get one chance to prepare children for a world none of us can possibly predict. What are we going to do with that one chance?” Educators must help students develop 21st-century skills that will enhance learning today and impact their future tomorrow—but how?   Everyone can read more

TLIM Contest: Who’s Great at Your School?

Who’s great at your school? We want to know! Nominate a teacher, administrator or faculty member and you could BOTH win a prize! Enter to win a $200 Amazon Gift Card or the new book, Primary Greatness: The 12 Levers of Success by Stephen R. Covey. Contest expires December 26, 2015. REQUIREMENTS: 1) LIKE the Facebook contest read more

5 Ways to Stand for Greatness in Education

Many educators around the world are enabling students to achieve their full potential. Regardless of their circumstances, these innovative educators continue to blaze a trail through common challenges in education. They seem to have a natural ability to make a lasting impact within their role and in the lives they touch. What is the secret? read more