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Wednesday, 25 November 2015 11:41

Pinecrest's Dr. Lindekugel Speaks at GISA Annual Conference

Pinecrest Academy’s Upper School Principal, Dr. Ed Lindekugel, was invited to speak at the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) annual conference on November 2, 2015. ​The conference​ was attended by over 1,200 educators from all over the State of Georgia. Dr. John Rosemond and Dr. Tony Wagner, keynote speakers, discussed technology innovations in education and parenting practices.
Dr. Lindekugel​'s presentation, Servant Leadership in the 21st Century School, focused on the fact that practicing servant leadership is simply identifying and meeting the legitimate needs of those entrusted to one’s care. ​He stated ​that anyone can be a servant leader, whether administrator or teacher. Dr. Lindekugel identified and explained five principles of servant leadership and concluded his talk with a ​practical plan of how to carry out these principles as school leaders in the 21st century.

GISA is a non-profit association of private, independent, and parochial schools throughout the State of Georgia. The mission of GISA is to advance excellence and collaboration among Georgia’s independent schools by serving the professional growth, advocacy and interscholastic needs of member schools.