Being the best possible

School leaders need to know themselves well and develop habits that improve effectiveness.

Knowing what they are good at empowers leaders to assert authority. Knowing what they are not good at allows them to compensate by using the skills and knowledge of others.

Clearly stating a professional shortcoming and requesting assistance is crucial to good leadership. It builds attachment from staff members and empowers them.

Watch this YouTube post on Stephen R. Covey's effective habits and consider the following skills & attributes.

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