Causing Others to Want Your Leadership...for Teachers
Causing Others to Want Your Leadership…for Teachers will provide you with valuable insights into reaching and leading students, colleagues, and parents. This book answers the question, “How can I cause others to want to accomplish the work of our classroom, department, and school?”
After examining the reasons and motivations behind student, colleague, and parent behavior, it provides concrete leadership suggestions based on sound practices that you can use immediately. Regardless of your experience, this book will increase your leadership depth and add to your repertoire of leadership skills.
Causing Others to Want Your Leadership reveals the following laws and principles of leadership as they pertain to being teacher leaders:
The Foundation Laws The Law of Origin The Law of Total Responsibility The Law of Top-Down Leadership The Law of Ever-Present Leadership
The Laws and Principles of Self-Leadership The Law of Leadership Survival The Law of Whole Truth The Fallacy of Standardized Procedure The Law of the Leader’s Measurement of Achievement The Law of Planning The Myth of the Perfect Plan The Law of Leadership Adjustment The Law of Blame The Law of Credit
The Laws of People Leadership The Law of Real Value The Law of Third Personality Emergence The Law of Positive Reinforcement The Law of Loyalty The Law of Pride The Law of Trust The Law of Effectiveness The Law of Dominance The Law of Filtered Information The Law of Right/Wrong Conflict The Law of Group Communication The Law of Real Truth and Time