Bringing Out the Best in Teachers: What Effective Principals Do
The third edition of this bestseller offers first-person accounts from teachers who share the influential strategies of outstanding principals who empowered them.
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CHAPTER 1 PRINCIPALS AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS
CHAPTER 2 THE POWER OF PRAISE
CHAPTER 3 INFLUENCING BY EXPECTING
CHAPTER 4 INFLUENCING BY INVOLVING
CHAPTER 5 GRANTING PROFESSIONAL AUTONOMY
CHAPTER 6 LEADING BY STANDING BEHIND
SUGGESTING VERSUS DIRECTING
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