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The past year of crisis and change has redefined what people need from their leaders, and with each decision, superintendents like you are tasked with taking all perspectives into account. Thoughtexchange puts the power of inclusive, scaled conversations into the palm of your hand, and the best way to understand how it can transform your leadership is to try it.


Use one of our top five exchange questions to help you hear from your staff or community and gather their concerns, questions, and ideas. See how easy it can be to gauge support for your decisions, access the diverse perspectives you need to innovate, and build inclusion into your process.

Top 5 Exchange questions

Managing the COVID School Year

What perspectives would you like us to consider regarding our school re-opening?

Now that we are well into the school year, what is working well and where could you use more support?

Working with Your Teams

What are some perspectives we need to understand to reduce the number of students leaving the district?

In this time of uncertainty and constant change, what is weighing most heavily on your heart and mind right now?

How can we create an environment of care and support for each other during these challenging times?

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Thoughtexchange reinforced for the community that the board is willing to listen and welcome ideas. The benefit is that we have a community that feels that what they say matters more.

Lorna Lewis, Superintendent,
Malverne Union Free SD

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"I can't imagine how I would have led my people through this crisis without this tool. After every meeting, I get these emails from people - "my anxiety level has gone down. You address all the things that were important to us and you did it calmly." I can't think of another way that I could have had that feedback so quickly"

Scott Dill, Superintendent,
Poplar Bluff SD