This topic is about relating to my authority in the classroom. What is within my realm of authority? How do I implement my given authority without over-using it?
What does the board need to do to be effective? What does it take to really get things done to get a school working smoothly and operating as it should? How do you take care of your teachers?
Discernment is needed in many facets of school. What are some steps that can be taken to ensure fair discernment that meets the need of the moment during the pressure of the moment?
Contributor: Howard Lichty | Length : 11 | File type : Video
Transitions of leadership are always difficult. But do they have to be as disruptive and stressful as they often are? How can an outgoing administrator effectively pass on his knowledge to a new admin... Read More
Contributor: Alan Schrock | Length : 10 | File type : Audio
1 Pet 5:2 instructs leaders to rise to the call of responsibility. How can we have positive attitudes about the demanding and complex loads laid on us?
Contributor: Lyle Musser | Length : 66 | File type : Audio
Administrators need some basic tools to be effective in their role. This presentation will help administrators identify the tools they need and provide samples for them to refine for their own toolbox... Read More
Contributor: Merle Burkholder | Length : 54 | File type : Audio
What are the stages in the development of a leader? This workshop will outline 5 stages that many leaders experience in their lifetime of leadership. The challenges and pitfalls of each stage will be ... Read More
Contributor: Gary Paul Miller | Length : 45 | File type : Audio
The chairman plays a critical role in managing the oversight of a nonprofit ministry. A well-functioning board of directors requires a board chairman who is an advocate, a delegator, a diplomat, and m... Read More
Contributor: Ken Nisly | Length : 42 | File type : Audio
Life is too short to put in a term of service. We as leaders need to exemplify living a life of service. Jesus did not hire one of his disciples to wash feet. Instead, He taught the principle of true ... Read More