The purpose of this study was to identify creative communication practices recommended by educational leaders to articulate (send) their vision and have their vision and/or mission received. Therefore, the researcher's purpose in this study was three-fold: first, identifying creative communication practices pertaining to qsending skillsq; second, identifying school board members', level I administrators', and level II administrators' subsequent similarities, differences, and identities; and third, potentially developing an orientation for curriculum development gathered through this study's findings to train school administrators in creative vision communication.The nature of this question is rooted in the discovery that successful leaders develop verbal and nonverbal communication ... The technique of employing quote-cards, movie clips, books, etc., of great character was passionately suggested.
|Title||:||A Survey and Analysis of Creative Communication in Educational Leadership|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|