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Video: Effective Educational Leadership

 
 

 

 


 

Kate Cohen ask the question: What kinds of educational leaders can help students and teachers thrive and meet their potential? Principals, Superintendents,  coaches, and department heads can help students and teachers thrive by meeting their potential. According to Kate, those leaders that can use relationship building, realistic goal setting and being authentic can increase leadership effectiveness. Kate gives a timely, real life example of a true school leader. Watch the video to learn more!

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  1. Dr.Goh says:

    I totally agreed to the three elements i.e. relationship, realistic goal settings and being authentic being very important for school leaders. Very often, these elements are sidelined or totally forgotten.

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