4 individuals every leader should talk to when making decisions

10/27/2013 | Connected Principals blog

Seeking input from multiple voices -- such as a person who is well-versed in the system's laws and statutes and another who is able to see situations from different perspectives -- is important for any school leader, assistant principal Amber Teamann writes. In this blog post, she shares descriptions of the four individuals she seeks advice from in her "leadership circle," which includes the "Boss," "Bitty Bird," "Sunshine" and "Cheerleader."

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