Superintendent Interview Questions
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On an especially tough day, what motivates you to succeed as a superintendent?
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I am motivated by work that is interesting and meaningful. I find that working in districts, making a difference for students is very meaningful.
I have a desire to see students succeed, whether it be when they are putting on a cap and gown, to walk across the stage to receive their diploma or are simply leaving the elementary building for the day, their success is my motivation every day.
Satisfaction of a mission accomplished within timelines and correctly.
What motivates me to succeed is the data that I get back from the success of my students. I work for the students, and if they are being successful, then the adaptations/modifications I have in place are working and are a great foundation for any environment.
I am motivated to succeed by making a difference in the lives of children.
What motivates me is knowing that my work makes a difference in the lives of students, families and the community. If I succeed, other succeed.
A desire to ensure the highest quality programs for students.
Empowering and building capacity in others motivates me to succeed. The passion to see other successful drives my work ethic.
Each student I see has a unique and individual purpose in this life. Students each have their own hopes, dreams and ambitions, and it will be my work to facilitate those being nurtured and eventually realized.
Seeing students and other people reach their goals and develop into successful contributors to society.