Podcast Episode

How To Rebuild Creativity Within Our Schools – Culture Strategist Todd Nesloney – Episode #47

October 12, 2020

In order to have a creative workforce we need a creative school system. As the director of culture and strategic leadership in Texas, Todd Nesloney knows all about reigniting the creative presence within schools.

In this episode you will learn:

-How to build a creative climate in your teams

-How to lead with courage in times of change

-How to share your wins and losses to build creative risk taking in others


Todd is the director of culture and strategic leadership at Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association.

His accolades include being the White House Champion of Change, Top 10 Finalist for the 2018 John C Maxwell Transformational Leadership Award, 2015 Bammy Award Recipient for Elementary Principal of the Year, 2014 Bammy Award Recipient for Elementary Teacher of the Year, 2014 TCEA Classroom Teacher of the Year, 2013 NSBA “20 to Watch”, CDE “Top 40 Innovators in Education”, Classroom Champions Teacher, and the Scholastic Principal Advisory Board.

Todd is the author of “Stories from Webb” and also the co-author of “Kids Deserve It!” and “Flipping 2.0” as well as the author of children’s book “Spruce & Lucy”

In addition to Todd’s work as a campus principal, he also travels internationally speaking and training others.

Find his books and other information on his website:

Todd’s Website

Thanks to our sponsor Letford Media, who takes your creative ideas to produce high level digital assets for your company. Websites, logos, social media assets and more!

This episode is produced by CAFFE Strategies, LLC, your top global creative thinking training company.

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