Trust in our schools requires honesty and good communication
from Education Week
Some aspire to leadership positions believing they will have latitude and power to make decisions greater than the ones in whatever role they currently have. To a certain degree that may be true. For sure, the expansive of those decisions will be greater. But, successful leaders will tell anyone that their results relate to being skilled collaborators and communicators. Surely, people still look to them for wisdom, decisions and answers but few of them are as autonomous as they used to be.
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