ISBN: 9781936763917

From Leading to Succeeding

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This book synthesises research from 21st century sources and confronts prevalent leadership myths, while offering guidance on best leadership practices.

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ISBN: 9781936763917
Author(s) : Douglas Reeves
SKU: 9781936763917

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– The Seven Elements of Effective Leadership in Education

Utilising the crucial elements of effective leadership—purpose, trust, focus, leverage, feedback, change and sustainability—education leaders can overcome the many challenges they face in their profession and learn the skills and characteristics they need to succeed. This book synthesises research from 21st century sources and confronts prevalent leadership myths, while offering guidance on best leadership practices.

  • Learn about the seven elements of leadership and why they are important
  • Study the best research available on leadership, coming from diverse research methods and perspectives
  • Gain guidance on how to tell the difference between best and worst practices in leadership
  • Examine elements to assess whether an organisation is ready for change
  • Explore a model for reflecting on, self-assessing and synthesising leadership experiences and research on effective leadership

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136 Pages

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2016

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