Developing leaders for over 25 school campuses is just one of the many jobs for Mike Kuhrt, Superintendent of the Wichita Falls Independent School District in Texas. With so many campuses, Mike talks about how he starts planting seeds with employees who really don’t see themselves as leaders, but he does.
Additionally, Mike shares stories of knowing God had him in the right place at the right time for the unexpected outcomes when he led one school district through the aftermath of a hurricane, only to move across the state and face near disaster following a flood.
About the guest:
Michael Kuhrt is the superintendent of the Wichita Falls ISD in Wichita Falls, Texas. A superintendent since 2004, Mike has led three diverse Texas school districts. He has been instrumental in improving instructional practices, classroom technology environments, and community perception to garner support for bond and tax referendums.
His staff routinely presents at early learning and technology conferences around the country and Wichita Falls ISD is recognized as a Google Reference District. Mike is a member of AASA’s Early Learning Cohort and on the TASA Executive Committee.
About the host:
Following a successful career as CEO, Bobby sold his business to a publicly-traded company. In what he calls his “second half of life”, Bobby seeks to pour Biblically-based principles into growth-minded business leaders.
Through Values-Driven Leadership, Bobby serves as an Executive Coach and Training Consultant for organizations. He shares many of his principles and practices through a weekly blog, the True North Business podcast, and through three books he has authored: