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From Principal to Lead Learner: New Roles for Changing Times (Exceptional Educational Leadership)

Book Description Publication Date: March 27, 2013 Exceptional Educational Leadership is an experiential account of educational leadership. It fills a gap in the literature by not only looking at leadership in a theoretical way, but offers the reader a practical … Continue reading

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FREE! Exceptional Educational Leadership

** Book Description Publication Date: March 27, 2013 Exceptional Educational Leadership is an experiential account of educational leadership. It fills a gap in the literature by not only looking at leadership in a theoretical way, but offers the reader a … Continue reading

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LDRSHIP Lessons for Educators

The leadership lessons I learned in the military have always been a part of me, throughout my adult life. As I reflect on educational leadership, I recognise the obvious contrasts, but at the same time, have a deep appreciation for … Continue reading

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All Teachers Can Lead: Why Few Do & Most Don’t

Why would a teacher want to be an educational leader? If you are considering becoming a teacher leader, you must have lost your mind. Yes, it’s true that all teachers can lead. That’s easy, if you are willing to work … Continue reading

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Educational Leadership: Inherited or Learned?

Quote: “Leadership is not a natural trait, something inherited like the color of eyes or hair…Leadership is a skill that can be studied, learned, and perfected by practice.” – The Noncommissioned Officer’s Guide (1962) Military leadership is learned. It’s not … Continue reading

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Asia’s Little Tiger: Mega City Taipei & Taipei 101

The Taiwan Miracle. Turn to face the future without turning its back on the past. How did Taipei do it? Taipei 101. The world’s tallest skyscraper. The only supertall building in the world designed and built in a seismically active … Continue reading

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