Resources: Books in the lrc’s Professional Library about Securing Accountability… Leadership for Tomorrow’s School

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Books in the LRC’s Professional Library about Securing Accountability…

Leadership for Tomorrow’s School - by Jerry L. Patterson

School Leadership that Works: from Research to Results - by Robert J. Marzano

Developing Teacher Leaders: How Teachers leadership Enhances School Success - by Frank Crowther et al

Credibility: How Leaders Gain it and Lose it, Why People Demand it - by James M. Kouzes

From Standards to Success: A Guide for School Leaders - by Mark R. O’Shea

Leading for Results: Transforming Teaching, Learning, and Relationships in Schools - by Dennis Sparks

Leading Schools in a Data-Rich World: Harnessing Data for School Improvement - by Lorna M. Earl

You can find many more books about effective leadership by searching the LRC’s Professional Library catalogue.@

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Educational Facilities: Planning, Modernization, and Management - by Basil Castald

Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? What it takes to be an Authentic Leader - by Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones

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Personal Leadership Resources
The Ontario Leadership Framework identifies three personal resources as instrumental to leadership success:
Cognitive Resources make up intelligence and experience. They are identified as problem-solving expertise and knowledge of situations and conditions which have direct effects on student learning.
Social Resources create effective working relationships and are enhanced by perceiving emotions, managing emotions, and acting in emotionally appropriate ways.
Psychological Resources help foster creativity and strategic risk-taking. They are identified by the OLF as optimism, self-efficacy, and resilience.

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