The Power to Lead: A Guidebook for School Administrators on Facilitating Change

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Allyn and Bacon, 1997 - Education - 299 pages
KEY BENEFIT: " In this brand new book are practical real-world solutions to the problems facing educational leaders today. It is a truly a virtual survival kit for today's educational leaders. With the pressure on for schools to improve, and with the process of change so fraught with potential disaster, school administrators must be effective leaders carrying a special set of skills and abilities, learners as well as a teachers, administrators as well as a coaches, independent thinkers as well as consensus builders, visionaries as well as pragmatists. Here's just the help they need; in this practical, hands-on guidebook are activities that will help them meet these challenges everyday. Frank R. Siccone, considered by many to be one of the most dynamic and effective individuals in the areas of human resources development and organizational change, has conducted workshops for thousands of administrators, teachers, parent and students throughout the country. Sequenced in a logical manner so they can easily implement the change process one step at a time, the activities in this guide will get them through even their toughest administrative obstacles and conflicts. Each activity is complete with clear objectives, easy-to-follow instructions, and reproducible worksheets that let them put the material to immediate use. Principals, Assistant Principals, Superintendents, and any Educational Administrator. A Longwood Professional Book.

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Contents

Timing is Everything
26
Time Wasters
34
Most Important Reminders
43
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Siccone is President of Siccone Institute, an organization that provides training and consulting services in the areas of business, education, and personal development.

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