Why principals should focus on a better work-life balance

10/29/2013 | Connected Principals blog

Principals who allow school responsibilities to dominate their lives are less-effective leaders, high-school principal William Parker writes in this blog post. Parker shares four ways in which leaders can lose balance and offers suggestions on how they can restore it, such as turning the phone off during family dinners. "When you begin to prioritize the other important areas of life, ironically, you will find you are more effective in your performance at school," he writes.

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