A Tale of Two School Principals: And the Superintendent Who Wanted to Lead Them

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A Tale of Two School Principals and the Superintendent Who Wanted to Lead Them describes, in a narrative format, how addressing four simple yet amazing questions can help you become an effective leader. This little book, which takes only a few hours to read, uses a school district as its focal organization but the lessons the tale imparts apply to any establishment or team.

So whether you work in a school district, a hospital, a university, or a municipality; whether you’re the coach of a sports team or work with any other establishment that has strategic objectives and a team that needs to embrace them, A Tale of Two School Principals provides the tools to ensure your goals jump off the shelf, motivate the team and have an impact on the organization.

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“A Tale of Two School Principals: And the Superintendent Who Wanted to Lead Them” by Dr. Chris Bart and Margot Trevelyan, provides a successful strategy to develop the necessary leadership skills to run any educational establishment.

By answering four basic questions, this book assures that whoever is in charge of the team, will find the right tools to meet long term goals through positive leadership.

This book is a unique guide, not only because of the answers it provides, but due to the way it is told. The fact that it is written as a story makes it easy to understand and to follow the authors’ thinking process.

I would recommend this book to all the current and future leaders of educational establishments, it should become a must-read for all of them, and the four questions process should be mandatory in schools.

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