Leadership is About Relationships, First and Foremost
By Stuart Caldwell
Posted on 9/11/2019 - 6 minute read
A good friend of mine, Dr. Robert Cunard, sagely opined that a principal has almost no real authority but most of the responsibility in a school. This is true! Anyone who has been in the seat will, with little reflection, verify the absolute veracity of that statement. That said, principals still must get things done. They must move their schools forward, whether their schools are high performing or low in an area or two, there is always room for improvement and growth. How do principals accomplish this? The plain truth of it is that the only way that they get things done is through influence and relationships.
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