Why compassion is an indispensable skill for school leaders

07/15/2014 | Education Week (tiered subscription model)

The best school leaders model compassion and listen with the intention of understanding a problem instead of simply listening to reply, writes Western Connecticut State University professor Chris Kukk in this blog post. By asking thoughtful questions and being "other-focused," compassionate leaders will find it easier to involve teachers and students in working to find and adopt solutions, he writes.

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