Setting Leadership Priorities: What's Necessary, What's Nice, and What's Got to Go / Edition 1

Setting Leadership Priorities: What's Necessary, What's Nice, and What's Got to Go / Edition 1

by Suzette Lovely
     
 

ISBN-10: 1412915767

ISBN-13: 9781412915762

Pub. Date: 01/28/2005

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Learn to focus on essentials and strengthen your priority, time, and task management skills to create balance, enjoyment, and satisfaction in your professional life.  See more details below

Overview

Learn to focus on essentials and strengthen your priority, time, and task management skills to create balance, enjoyment, and satisfaction in your professional life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412915762
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.94(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.33(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
1. The Information Invasion
Global Communication: Friend or Foe?
Overshooting the Mark
California’s Billion-Dollar Experiment
Learning to Set Limits
Conclusion: Turn Off the Spigot
2. Teaching Leaders to Let Go
Beef Up Communication
“Selective Abandonment” at Work
Make Room for the Essentials
It Takes Courage to Say No
Conclusion: Hope Is on the Way
3. Business As Unusual
Getting Into Gear
Building Organizational Fitness
Deposit Time in the Bank
The Battle of Blind Accumulation
Stop the Madness
Conclusion: Don’t Catch the Ball Every Time It’s Thrown
4. The Power of One, the Impact of Many
Loading the Bus With the Right People
P(3) = Persistence x Passion x Practice
One Principal, Many Leaders
Delegation Without Guilt
Conclusion: Bring Home the Yellow Jersey
5. Getting a Grip on Data
Excavating Quality Data
Take the Plunge
Turning Data Into Knowledge
Sow the Seeds of Success
Conclusion: It’s Elementary
6. Is the Sky Really Falling? Distinguishing a Bona Fide Crisis From Make-Believe
The Story of Urgent Ernie
No Need to ‘FUD’ About It
Fighting the Adrenaline Rush
School Leadership Is Not an Emergency
The Throes of Co Dependency
Conclusion: Blow Out the Candles and Move On
Epilogue: Let the Odyssey Begin
Balance Inside Disequilibrium
Courting Successors
Pass the Mate
If at First You Don’t Succeed, TRI-TRI Again
Just Do It
Resource A. Sample District Complaint Policy
Resource B. Testing Your Organizational DNA
Resource C. Who’s Riding Our Bus? Personal Inventory & Team Activity
Resource D. Leadership Lessons in 30 Minutes or Less
Getting Results Through Time Efficient Meetings
The Classroom Walk ‘Bout
Passing Out Psychological Paychecks: 50 Ways to Recognize Employee Performance and Boost Morale
References
Index

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