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Balancing Power with Caring. New York: Teachers College Press, 1998. To be effective leaders, school administrators must balance an ethic of caring with the need to make unpopular decisions and to use power, authority, and control, argues Kathleen Sernak in School Leadership: Balancing Power with Caring
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Michael Thompson, Leadership Development Consultant. Balancing Leadership and Personal Growth provides both insights and answers. It looks into the lives of leaders and illuminates the challenges and stresses placed on those who have volunteered to step forward. At the same time, it not only provides answers but provokes thought and reflection. Richard Castallo, Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. California State University at Northridge. I was so pleased to have discovered this book. Hillsboro School District, OR. "I truly appreciate the author's practical approach to leading a balanced life. This book teaches us how to decompress so that we may respond appropriately to the stresses in school leadership. It's important to acknowledge and address this need, especially as part of the training for new school administrators. Marisa Sarian, Assistant Principal.
The story of how one school struggled to create a caring school community within a bureaucratic hierarchy. The author examines the principal's leadership as an African American woman, the ways in which the faculty perceive the principal, and the connections between caring, power and leadership. Users who liked this book, also liked. Seeking Passage : Post-Structuralism, Pedagogy, Ethics (English).
School Leadership : Balancing Power with Caring. In School Leadership, you will experience in vivid detail how one school struggled to create a caring school community within a traditional, bureaucratic hierarchy. The text begins with the school's historical background of having a high student drop-out rate and a reputation for crime, violence, and drug dealing.
Both men are former Navy Seals and now run a consulting company together called Echelon Front. Dichotomy of Leadership follows the same general format as Extreme Ownership. The book is divided into three parts: 1) Balancing People, 2) Balancing the Mission, and 3) Balancing Yourself. Special emphasis is put on balancing preferable leadership qualities without going to extremes. Here's a quick summary of each chapter: 1) Care about your individual team members, but accept that you might have to sacrifice individuals to save the group. I don't work in a business setting, but I am very active in the PTO at my kid's school. and sometimes it doesn't. And when it doesn't, truthfully, I get mad at my "boss.
THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR Excellent cogent analysis of key concepts of leadership are presented in a reader friendly style. This is the first book in educational leadership to sketch out a balance between the science and the art of the field. These provisions appear to lean toward the idea that the leadership of school organizations should be seen as a means for the development of an educational and pedagogical undertaking ( Costa, 2000), with the "principals' pedagogical leadership" being seen not only as a key factor for change and improvement in schools but also as constituting "a prime critical factor for the improvement of education".
Just like an organization, a crew is made up of separate parts. These parts play different roles, but all are essential to the crew's success. Within the boat, there are nine individuals who each represent a power source. No one person will propel the boat forward if they are not aligned with the others. They must maintain focus and work in alignment, all playing their unique roles. Even the coach, who would represent the leader of an organization, cannot guarantee success though his or her own power or will.