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It is only through effective leadership actions that principals can become outstanding leaders. By building relationships that value all stakeholders-including teachers, students, parents, and community members-your actions will lead to a thriving school. This book provides you with the tools for emphasizing shared purpose, caring, integrity, and honesty so you can Build Relationships with Actions that Value Others.
In this updated edition, you'll find out how to:
Each chapter concludes with a set of review questions to help you to reflect, evaluate, and improve upon your leadership skills. Filled with suggestions for actions that you can apply today, this book shows you how to become a BRAVO Principal!
"BRAVO Principal! is a refreshing look at the personal side of leading. Harris demonstrates that who you are is as important as what you do. This book provides an opportunity for practicing and aspiring school leaders to focus on understanding and developing the personal skills so critical for success."
--Richard A. Flanary, President, Flanary Educational Consulting, LLC, and Former Deputy Executive Director, NASSP
"This book is a must-read for all school leaders. Harris hits on important concepts that help emerging leaders become good, and good leaders become great. With practical examples and exercises for putting concepts into practice, the book is a meaningful tool that ultimately benefits principals, teachers, and students. Truly impactful!"
--Stacey Edmonson, Dean, College of Education, Sam Houston State University
"Rarely do principals have an opportunity to 'practice' their skills. Now, finally, Harris has crafted and created a 'leadership practice field' for principals with the Review, Reflect, and Remember activities accompanying each chapter. This makes BRAVO Principal! not only a good read, but also a principal user's guide and instructional manual to be used often and regularly."
--Theodore Creighton, Retired Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Virginia Tech, and Director, NCPEA Press
About the Author
Sandra Harris is Doctoral Dissertation Coordinator for the Center for Doctoral Studies in Global Educational Leadership and Professor of Educational Leadership at Lamar University.