Lead, follow, or get out of the way: how to be a more effective leader in today's schools

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Corwin Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
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The author identifies all of the specific skills, attitudes, and habits that separate effective leaders from run-of-the-mill school managers in this comprehensive leadership guide.

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Contents

Can Everyday Administrators Learn Leadership?
4
Making Decisions
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Procrastination Is a DecisionSometimes
20
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About the author (1999)

Robert D. Ramsey is a lifelong educator who has served as a "leader of leaders" in three award-winning school districts in two different states. His frontline experience includes positions a teacher, counselor, assistant principal, curriculum director, assistant superintendent, acting superintendent, and adjunct professor. Most recently, he has served as associate superintendent in the St. Louis Park (MN) schools, where every school has been designated by the federal government as a National School of Excellence. Ramsey is now working full-time as a freelance writer in Minneapolis.

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