Do You Have the Courage to be an Effective Educational Leader?
Gus Lee and George Couras with Holly Elissa Bruno
|Let’s face it. It takes courage to launch a school program that makes staff uncomfortable. It takes courage to institute a policy that may make parents livid. It takes courage to disagree with senior management or the school board or to fight for some change that you believe is needed in your organization. It takes courage to take a position that may make you look bad or get you fired. Do you have the courage to be an effective educational leader? How can you develop more courage?|
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May 8, 2009 Heart 2 Heart Conversations on Leadership
Gus Lee is the Chair of Character Development at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the Chief Learning & Education Officer for Integware and a consultant to Fortune 500s, and business schools. He is a nationally-recognized ethicist, leadership authority and Co-author of the best-seller, Courage: The Backbone of Leadership. George Couros is currently a school principal K-12 at Forest Green School and Connections for Learning, located in Canada. He is also the creator and author of the Connected Principals collaborative blogs.
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