Selecting School Leaders: Guidelines for Making Tough Decisions provides the accounts of a novice elementary principal, an experienced elementary principal, and a veteran superintendant who encounter considerable difficulties in their positions and are forced to resign. Holland explains why leadership failed in each case and how it might have been avoided. This book also focuses on matching the needs of a school organization with the right leader and relates the leadership theories of servant leadership, emotional intelligence, and change to issues highlighted in each case study. Selecting School Leaders is of particular interest to school boards, school administrators, college professors, students in leadership courses, and executive search committees. Parents and community leaders will also find the book valuable.BECKY AND SOUTHSIDE The problem started immediately after Beckya#39;s appointment as the new principal of the Southside Elementary School. Southside was situated in a residential seaside village in the town of Pleasantville that had aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Selecting school leaders|
|Author||:||William R. Holland|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc - 2006-07-31|