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Lead Follow Or Get Out Of The Way

Author : Robert D. Ramsey
ISBN : 1412915848
Genre : Business & Economics
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Best-selling author Robert Ramsey gives you just what you need to avoid "simply managing" and to become a true leader instead!

Educational Management In Managerialist Times

Author : Thrupp, Martin
ISBN : 9780335228072
Genre : Education
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"This closely argued and lively polemic is recommended for all policymakers and practitioners concerned with educational leadership and change" BJET "Thrupp and Willmott have produced a very important book regarding knowledge claims around issues of policy and practice.... I will be recommending my masters and doctoral students to read the book so that as practitioners they may relish the opportunity to engage with issues of knowledge production. Thrupp and Willmott's book is directly relevant to every day practice in teaching and learning across the educational system, and it should be required reading for all training programmes because it enables trainees to know and understand the knowledge structures that are being used to control their work and identities."BJES "... will stir a lot of debate and be seminal to debates about the direction of education management for some time to come." Mike Bottery, Hull University "...a genuinely readable and accessible book that critically engages with school management literature." InService Education Journal This important and provocative book is not another 'how to' educational management text. Instead it offers a critical review of the extensive educational management literature itself. The main concern of the authors is that educational management texts do not do enough to encourage school leaders and teachers to challenge social inequality or the market and managerial reforms of the last decade. They demonstrate this problem through detailed analyses of texts in the areas of educational marketing, school improvement, development planning and strategic human resource management, school leadership and school change. For academics and students, Education Management in Managerialist Times offers a critical guide to existing educational management texts and makes a strong case for redefining educational management along more socially and politically informed lines. The book also offers practitioners alternative management strategies intended to contest, rather than support, managerialism, while being realistic about the context within which those who lead and manage schools currently have to work. This controversial new title brings a new insight to the educational management debate.

Resources In Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015079871771
Genre : Education
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Leadership Personal Development And Career Success

Author : Cliff Ricketts
ISBN : 9781133169819
Genre : Science
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Defying the tired cliche that leaders are born and not made, Leadership: Personal Development and Career Success 3rd Edition explains and demonstrates the leadership skills and abilities that are most valued in agricultural industries, helping students to identify and enhance their strongest traits. The authors' emphasis is on human relations, decision-making, promoting healthy lifestyles, maintaining a positive attitude, cooperative small and large group activities, and proper utilization of human resources, focusing on those skills that will most benefit the leaders of tomorrow. Leadership: Personal Development and Career Success 3rd Edition analyzes attributes and capabilities of those in leadership positions, to assist students in the development of their communication skills and interpersonal relationship and other related skills. Students will learn the fundamentals of public speaking, FFA Parliamentary Procedure, group dynamics, interpersonal skills and workplace readiness. English, speaking skills, higher order thinking, and basic communication skills will be reinforced. A generous number of activities, along with objectives and questions, motivate students to put these into action. A financial management chapter details how to successfully manage, budget and invest money with innovative ideas on accumulating personal wealth through agricultural enterprises. As we enter the 21st century and a global marketplace, these skills will become more important as an asset for career success. Leadership: Personal Development and Career Success 3rd Edition will prepare students for agricultural careers, build awareness, and develop tomorrow's leaders in the food, fiber, and natural resources fields. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Principal S Book Of Lists

Author : Robert D. Ramsey
ISBN : 0787966614
Genre : Education
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This valuable resource is packed with 433 checklists, guidelines, sample rules, calendars, criteria, procedures, timelines, strategies and tips to help principals and assistant principals in elementary and secondary schools quickly and effectively handle every aspect of their job.

The Church School Journal

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ISBN : UIUC:30112087629421
Genre : Religious education
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Leading Every Day

Author : Joyce Kaser
ISBN : 1412916410
Genre : Education
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This update of the award-winning bestseller provides four months of contemplations centered on the major areas in which leaders work and inspires educators to practice effective leadership.

Lead With Your Heart

Author : Cindy Tansin
ISBN : 1492289566
Genre : Business & Economics
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Are you looking to develop your leadership effectiveness and potential? Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I doing the right things to make an impact?” Have you been at the game for awhile and asked yourself, “Is this all there is?” These are just some of the questions plaguing leaders today. LEAD WITH YOUR HEART offers groundbreaking leadership guidance from the perspective of personal satisfaction. You will have the greatest impact by unleashing your personal power. Today's leader knows that the old school management style doesn't work anymore. Today we have to be more connected and nurturing. We have to grow, influence, and develop free thinkers. We have to be nimble, creative, and collaborative. This book breaks the rules of conformity and offers commonsense, step-by-step guidelines on how to develop yourself as a strong leader. Here is what you will learn: Chapter 1: Taking Stock.How do I begin to become a great leader? Two critical elements make it much more attainable than you think. There are 6 steps that lay the groundwork for you to focus inward in order to create positive change outward. Chapter 2: Your Own Worst Enemy.How can I stop myself from sabotaging my growth? What are the subconscious beliefs that get in my way time and again, and how do I overcome them? Chapter 3: Conquering Leadership Fears.What if I can't deliver? What if I'm perceived as weak or rebellious? What if I say the wrong thing? This chapter gets you unstuck and past these roadblocks with four easy questions that put you back on the right path. Chapter 4: Leading People.Am I getting through or is it lip service? This chapter opens with 5 mistakes that many leaders make without even realizing it. It discusses thought-provoking approaches to common management dilemmas and suggests six ways to be the leader that everyone deserves to have as their boss. Chapter 5: Leading Causes.How can I stand out, make a difference, and be noticed? Learn how to make a name for yourself and set yourself apart by leading a cause. This compelling and critical concept allows you to add value, enhance your business and marketability, and feel terrific about yourself. Chapter 6: Leading your Business.What's the best way to drive my business to new heights without huge effort, time or money? Here you will learn how to use existing resources to make transformational changes in your business. You will see how little changes can translate into big WOWs. Chapter 7: Troubleshooting.How can I become more productive without burning myself out? Riding the crest of the wave is not difficult, but trying to get to the top can be exhausting. Here I address what to do when symptoms of trouble start to show. Chapter 8: Getting your Mojo Back – Motivating Yourself.I'm just not feeling it any more - now what? The way through this blue period is not as hard as you think, and it is very much within your control. Here I offer a 3-step practical approach to getting yourself out of the funk and back to the land of the living. Chapter 9: Reinventing Yourself.Occasionally you hit upon a problem that you cannot tolerate or fix. Recognize this, and take decisive action. I will address what to do in this Big Gulp moment when faced with the prospect of big change. Chapter 10: The Balancing Act.How do I sustain my success long term? I give you four key ingredients to make lasting change and lasting success and help you avoid relapsing into bad habits. I show you how your continued success is inspirational and critical to community and global development, and I encourage you to pass it along, sharing your learnings along the way. If you take it, use it, and pay it forward, we will all benefit.

The Continent

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ISBN : UIUC:30112110923395
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Lead Like It Matters Because It Does Practical Leadership Tools To Inspire And Engage Your People And Create Great Results

Author : Roxi Bahar Hewertson
ISBN : 0071833021
Genre : Business & Economics
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MASTER THE 4 KEY TENETS OF LEADERSHIP--AND CREATE A "RIPPLE EFFECT" OF POSITIVE CHANGE. A CRASH COURSE IN LEADERSHIP THAT REALLY MAKES A DIFFERENCE Whether you're a manager, executive, or CEO, leadership matters. Whether you're running a large global firm or a small project team, it's the way you communicate and connect to other people that can make or break your success. The secret, according to Roxi Bahar Hewertson, is to make those connections count--to leverage your skills and play on your strengths--to lead like it matters...because it does. A virtual crash course in leadership, Lead Like It Matters...Because It Does combines three decades of experience and research with Hewertson's revolutionary work at Cornell to create the definitive workbook. Learn how to: Assess your leadership style and skill set--and make adjustments Create constructive dialogues including "managing up" and delegation Cut wasteful meetings out of your life and lead productive ones Address common interpersonal conflicts, quickly and gracefully Increase productivity, team effectiveness, and accountability Lead change initiatives that aren't dead on arrival, but ready for takeoff As an executive coach, Hewertson knows how to pinpoint the problems, pressures, and pain points that plague managers at every level--and shows you how to fix them. You'll discover the "ripple effect" that negative leadership choices can have throughout an organization--and how to make positive ripples with clear intent and powerful impact. You'll find a wealth of practical, user-ready tips for handling conflicts, reducing turnover, making confident decisions, and instituting changes in the workplace. This book is packed with handy charts, helpful questionnaires, step-by-step checklists, and other must-haves--it's your own personal toolbox of field-tested techniques, right at your fingertips. Take charge of your future. Build the best team you can. Make changes that count. Lead Like It Matters...Because It Does. PRAISE FOR LEAD LIKE IT MATTERS...BECAUSE IT DOES: “Just when you think there is little new to say about leadership, Roxi Hewertson has created this ground breaking work. I’ve never seen anything like it. The conceptual framework is powerful, practical and personal. It introduces an innovative, step-by-step, developmental approach providing the reader not just insightful understanding about how to lead, but a sequence of exercises applying each new concept. It reflects a lifetime of learning by doing. For those who follow its counsel, Lead Like It Matters . . . Because it Does is transformative.” Richard McDaniel, Chairman, Collegiate Retail Alliance, Inc., and coauthor of Measure What Matters "Roxi gets it! If you want a compendium of current thought about leadership, Lead Like It Matters . . . Because it Does is it. Roxi has a keen grasp of where modern leadership is, and she has created a readable roadmap for those who want to take the trip.” Rodney Napier, Ph.D., Principle, The Napier Group, and coauthor of Groups: Theory and Experience "Lead Like It Matters . . . Because it Does is full of 'a-ha' moments and jam packed with practical and deeply researched leadership insights that will positively and immediately transform your work environment." Louise Phipps Senft, Phipps Senft Institute for Relational Leadership “Roxi has given us the valuable and practical must do’s, nice to do’s, and really don’t do’s of being an effective leader and creating an enthusiastic and high performance team based on sound theory and solid experience.” Tom DeCotiis, Ph.D., cofounder of Corvirtus, LLC, and author of Make It Glow "Roxi is so right! If only our country’s leaders would all read Lead Like It Matters. . . Because it Does and learn from Roxi’s insights and experience to lead with courage and compassion." Deborah C. Hoard, President, PhotoSynthesis Productions "Lead Like It Matters . . . Because it Does is NOT a book that you will read through and put on your shelf. It is a playbook that you will consistently refer to on your leadership journey. You will come to understand your strengths and opportunities as a leader -- and most importantly have a clear path to make improvements in your own performance. The chapters are designed so that you can easily find the skill sets and exercises you want to revisit. Roxi has created dozens of engaging exercises and real-life stories to help you navigate the messy world of leading people and teams.” Deborah Howard, CEO, and Andréa Catizone, President, of Senior Living SMART "This book is FULL of leadership insights and practicality. You will enjoy and profit from Roxi's wisdom and humanity." Robert J. Fersh, President and Founder of Convergence Center for Policy Resolution "I immediately began using the tools Roxi suggested in to improve my communication, collaboration, and relationships; it's paid off over and over!" Amy Berg, Associate Provost SUNY Cortland "Lead Like It Matters . . . Because it Does offers new and seasoned leaders a very practical road map to effective leadership in today's fast-paced and complex world." Carola Weil, Ph.D. Dean School of Professional & Extended Studies American University “Finally a book that delivers on its promise! Roxi provides advice that any leader on any level can benefit from, and more importantly, implement.” Raoul Davis, CEO, Ascendant Group “Drawing on her vast experience, Roxi's book provides a clear and compelling guide for personal leadership development -- and a continuous journey of discovery and insight.” Carl Haynes Ph.D., President, Tompkins-Cortland Community College “Roxi's book provided me with the knowledge and realistic steps that have guided me to real and positive change in my life and career.” Bridget Rigas, VP for Communications and Development, Boyce Thompson Institute “An essential tool for achieving individual leadership effectiveness, Lead Like It Matters...Because It Does guides readers on an in-depth exploration of the values and experiences defining them as leaders; revealing how to best leverage one’s unique approach to maximize individual and organizational performance.” Nathan Ives, President and CEO, StrategyDriven Enterprises “Budgets and time for professional development are scarce. From practical self-assessment to delivering creative 'ah-ha' moments about leadership, Roxi offers us a journey through self-exploration and skill building that will help managers truly thrive. It is a self-paced, high-level accessible training in vital leadership skills; my staff and I will use Roxi’s book to embark together on this learning adventure!” Maureen Kelly, CFLE, ACSE Vice President for Programming & Communications, Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes ”Roxi’s remarkable collection of interactive exercises and fresh insights will both excite and challenge today’s leaders! This we know – emotional intelligence is fundamental to success as a leader. Lead Like it Matters takes this principle and shows you how to develop that intelligence step-by-step; it will forever change the way you lead!” Marshall Goldsmith, top ranked executive coach and author of the New York Times and global bestsellers What Got You Here Won’t Get You There and MOJO

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