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Practicing The Art Of Leadership: A Problem Based Approach To Implementing The Isllc Standards

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This self-help book introduces a number of scenarios that incorporate the behaviors supported by the ISLLC Standards. Its effective case scenario approach prepares prospective school leaders to address actual school challenges that occur on a daily basis. In addition, it familiarizes readers with the ISSLC Standards and enables them to conduct a self-assessment relative t ...more
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Published May 1st 2004 by Prentice Hall (first published June 1st 2000)
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Andy Mitchell
Apr 04, 2012 Andy Mitchell rated it really liked it
I wasn't convinced at first. The book started out a bit slowly. But Dr. Green makes a good case for his strong opinions on school leadership.

Prentice Hall maintains an excellent web site companion to this text. I found the end-of-chapter quizzes very useful.

The case studies give students plenty of opportunity to play "What if?"

I recommend this book if it's on your assigned reading list!
Len Egan
Aug 27, 2008 Len Egan rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone aspiring to be a leader
Shelves: education, leadership
This is a very succinct and thorough book about the theories and styles of leadership. It shows the evolution of leadership and explains how we have gotten to where we are today. A good text for anyone who intends to be a leader in business or education.
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