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Stop Leading Like It's Yesterday!

Key Concepts for Shaping Today's School Culture

By: Casey Reason

Explore the Leading for Excellence and Fulfillment model, and discover practical, research-based strategies that are relevant to school leaders today and tomorrow.

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Stop Leading Like It's Yesterday!

Leadership practices from the Industrial Revolution are no longer effective in 21st century classrooms. Explore the Leading for Excellence and Fulfillment model, and discover practical, research-based strategies that will be relevant to school leaders today and tomorrow. Integrate ready-to-use techniques into your current leadership practices to maximize learning and open up an unprecedented world of opportunities for both students and teachers.

2014 Foreword Book of the Year Finalist

  • Learn to recognize educational practices that are outdated and irrelevant to today's students.
  • Understand how leadership practices influence students academic achievement and future success.
  • Explore critical conversations leaders must have with their staff.
  • Discover how to inspire team collaboration and innovation.
  • Read success stories from actual educators.

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Leadership


Additional Information

Product Code: BKF614

ISBN: 9781936763191

Published By: Solution Tree

Page Count: 200

“Perhaps my favorite section within each chapter is the critical conversations component. Change is hard for many, and often leaders have to facilitate difficult conversations about new or revised initiates with staff. This section anticipates possible pushback and offers leaders practical tips for engaging staff in critical conversations. The author does not promise harmony, but does provide guidance.

“I found myself rereading and dog-earing several parts of this book. My intent is to approach our district-level leaders (using some of Reason's strategies) during our planning meeting to ask if I can use this book within a cohort study for other building administrators. I'm sure they will agree.”

Tamekia McCauley, middle school administrator, Kansas, for MiddleWeb, April 2015

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