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    From the bestselling authors of The Leadership Challenge and over a dozen award winning leadership books, James M. Kouzes and Barry Z.
Note: From the bestselling authors of The Leadership Challenge and over a dozen award winning leadership books, James M. Kouzes and Barry Z.
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  • Part I. Learning leadership fundamentals
  • Leaders are born and so are you
  • Leadership makes a difference
  • You are already leading
  • just not frequently enough
  • Part II. Fundamental one : believe you can
  • You have to believe in yourself
  • Learning is the master skill
  • Leadership emerges from within
  • Part III. Fundamental two : aspire to excel
  • You have to know what's important to you
  • Who you are isn't who you will be
  • It's not just about you
  • Part IV. Fundamental three : challenge yourself
  • Challenge is your leadership training ground
  • Get curious and go kick the ball around
  • Get gritty and stay hardy
  • Courage gives you the strength to grow
  • Part V. Fundamental four : engage support
  • I couldn't have done it without you
  • Get connected
  • Without feedback you cannot grow
  • Part VI. Fundamental five : practice deliberately
  • Leadership takes practice, and practice takes time
  • Context matters
  • Learning leadership must be a daily habit
  • Part VII. Commit to becoming the best
  • It's not how you start, it's how you finish.
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  • Leadership dynamics: how to transform resources into results
  • Grid: a framework for understanding leadership style
  • "Nice guys finish last!"
  • "Don't worry, be happy ..."
  • Paternalism, 9+9: "getting people to worship the ground you walk on"
  • "Sorry, but it's not my problem ..."
  • "I can live with that ..."
  • Opportunism: 'What's in it for me?"
  • "All for one and one for all"
  • Principles and tactics in action
  • Individual change: "it's a matter of A-B-C"
  • Teamwork development: "we've only just begun"
  • Implications and new directions for the future
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  • Preface
  • eResources
  • PART One Change Agent
  • 1 Introduction With Verne Beffert
  • PART Two Compliance Leader
  • 2 Laws and Special Education Administration
  • 3 State Monitoring and Compliance With Doug Cox
  • 4 Discipline for Students with Disabilities
  • 5 Mental Health for Students with Disabilities With Jessica Wery
  • 6 Working with Parents With Elizabeth Harkins Monaco
  • 7 Grades and Graduation for Students with Disabilities
  • 8 Progress Monitoring With Amy Finn
  • 9 Finance for the Special Education Administrator With Carrie Turner
  • PART Three Instructional Leader
  • 10 Evaluating Special Education Staff
  • 11 Aligning Special Education Department Initiatives to District Mission With Rhonda Brunner and Wendy Kubasko
  • PART Four Collaborative Leader
  • 12 The Conflict Continuum With Stephanie Weaver and Lenore Knudston
  • 13 Meeting Strategies and How to Prevent Due Process Hearings
  • 14 Current and Emerging Trends Facing Special Education With Laura Matson
  • Appendix 1: Advanced Specialty Set: Special Education Administration Specialist
  • Appendix 2: Council For Exceptional Children (CEC) Code of Ethics for Educators of Persons With Exceptionalities
  • Appendix 3: List of Indicators
  • Appendix 4: CEC's Position on Special Education Teacher Evaluation: A Toolkit for Special Educators Index
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  • Series IntroductionAcknowledgements
  • Part 1: A rising tide lifts all boats
  • Chapter 1 Introduction: The misguided impatience of education policy
  • Chapter 2 Globalization, the free market and neoliberalism
  • Chapter 3 Individualism
  • Chapter 4 Privatization
  • Chapter 5 Choice
  • Chapter 6 Competition
  • Chapter 7 Improvement, innovation and entrepreneurialism
  • Chapter 8 Efficiency
  • Chapter 9 Productivity
  • Chapter 10 Performativity
  • Chapter 11 Accountability
  • Part 2: An ebbing tide?
  • Chapter 12 Education is off course
  • Chapter 13 What happened to equity?
  • Chapter 14 The rise of anti-educationalism and bad faith: A changing social psyche
  • Chapter 15 Education leadership in neoliberal times
  • Concluding remarks
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  • Part one Chapter 1: Global context - Stephanie Marshall
  • Chapter 2: Strategy, governance and leadership - Ewart Wooldridge
  • Chapter 3: Leading and managing strategic change - Stephanie Marshall
  • Part two Chapter 4: Transforming universities through use of management analytics - Ian Dunn
  • Chapter 5: Successful leadership and management to achieve major strategic change: making the Melbourne Model - Peter McPhee
  • Chapter 6: Forward With Integrity at McMaster University - Patrick Deane
  • Chapter 7: Promoting parity of esteem in teaching and research - Geraint Howells
  • Chapter 8: Birth of the PLuS Alliance - Merlin Crossley and Paul Ramadge
  • Chapter 9: Indigenous empowerment and diversity in higher education - Jessa Rogers
  • Chapter 10: Integrating research and teaching: Leading educational change in a research-intensive university in the UK - Dilly Fung
  • Part three Chapter 11: Successful strategic leadership: the contribution of Governance - Geoff Donnelly
  • Chapter 12: Some final reflections from a governance perspective - Ewart Wooldridge
  • Chapter 13: What does the future look like for strategic leadership - Stephanie Marshall