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The Trust Factor : Strategies for School Leaders.

By: Combs, Julie Peterson.
Contributor(s): Edmonson, Stacey | Harris, Sandra.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (170 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351691116.Subject(s): School management and organization-Moral and ethical aspects-United States | Educational leadership-Moral and ethical aspect-United States | Educational leadership-United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Trust Factor : Strategies for School LeadersDDC classification: 371.2 LOC classification: LB2806 .C554 2018Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Meet the Authors -- Preface -- eResources -- Acknowledgments -- Part I: Trust Busters -- #1. "I Want Your Input, but Not Really" -- #2. "I Ignore Incompetence" -- #3. "I Prefer Group Reprimands" -- #4. "I Like Drama" -- #5. "Get Over It!" -- #6. "Do What I Say, Not What I Do" -- #7. "Inconsiderate and Insensitive? Who, Me?" -- #8. "It's Not My Fault" -- #9. "Leave Me Alone" -- #10. "I Expect Perfection" -- #11. "I'm in Love with My Ideas" -- #12. "I Take Things Personally" -- #13. "I've Changed My Mind Again" -- #14. "I'm in a Bad Mood" -- #15. "I Like to Gossip" -- #16. "Everyone Likes Me on Social Media" -- Tool 1: Assessment for Trust Busters -- Part II: Trust Builders -- #1. Understand Trust -- #2. Repair Broken Trust -- #3. Listen Actively -- #4. Be Consistent -- #5. Use Empathy -- #6. Stay Calm Under Pressure -- #7. Use Power Wisely -- #8. Be Transparent -- #9. Assume the Best in Others -- #10. Go to the Source -- #11. Delegate Strategically -- #12. Say Thank You Often -- #13. Communicate Effectively -- #14. Set High Expectations -- #15. Be Visible -- #16. Manage Your Time -- #17. Maintain Confidentiality -- #18. Build Consensus -- #19. Acknowledge Interdependence -- #20. Follow Through -- #21. Empower Others -- #22. Take Risks -- #23. Respond with Respect -- #24. Use Humor -- #25. Treat Others as You Want to Be Treated -- Tool 2: Assessment for Trust Builders -- Part III: Trust Boosters -- #1. Assess Trust -- #2. Talk About Trust -- #3. Recognize Strengths -- #4. Foster Leadership -- #5. Help Others Deal with Change -- #6. Honor the Past -- #7. Allow People to Fail -- #8. Demonstrate Competence -- #9. Provide Resources -- #10. Engage in Self-Reflection -- Tool 3: Assessment for Trust Boosters -- References.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Meet the Authors -- Preface -- eResources -- Acknowledgments -- Part I: Trust Busters -- #1. "I Want Your Input, but Not Really" -- #2. "I Ignore Incompetence" -- #3. "I Prefer Group Reprimands" -- #4. "I Like Drama" -- #5. "Get Over It!" -- #6. "Do What I Say, Not What I Do" -- #7. "Inconsiderate and Insensitive? Who, Me?" -- #8. "It's Not My Fault" -- #9. "Leave Me Alone" -- #10. "I Expect Perfection" -- #11. "I'm in Love with My Ideas" -- #12. "I Take Things Personally" -- #13. "I've Changed My Mind Again" -- #14. "I'm in a Bad Mood" -- #15. "I Like to Gossip" -- #16. "Everyone Likes Me on Social Media" -- Tool 1: Assessment for Trust Busters -- Part II: Trust Builders -- #1. Understand Trust -- #2. Repair Broken Trust -- #3. Listen Actively -- #4. Be Consistent -- #5. Use Empathy -- #6. Stay Calm Under Pressure -- #7. Use Power Wisely -- #8. Be Transparent -- #9. Assume the Best in Others -- #10. Go to the Source -- #11. Delegate Strategically -- #12. Say Thank You Often -- #13. Communicate Effectively -- #14. Set High Expectations -- #15. Be Visible -- #16. Manage Your Time -- #17. Maintain Confidentiality -- #18. Build Consensus -- #19. Acknowledge Interdependence -- #20. Follow Through -- #21. Empower Others -- #22. Take Risks -- #23. Respond with Respect -- #24. Use Humor -- #25. Treat Others as You Want to Be Treated -- Tool 2: Assessment for Trust Builders -- Part III: Trust Boosters -- #1. Assess Trust -- #2. Talk About Trust -- #3. Recognize Strengths -- #4. Foster Leadership -- #5. Help Others Deal with Change -- #6. Honor the Past -- #7. Allow People to Fail -- #8. Demonstrate Competence -- #9. Provide Resources -- #10. Engage in Self-Reflection -- Tool 3: Assessment for Trust Boosters -- References.

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<p>Julie Peterson Combs is Professor of Educational Leadership at Sam Houston State University, USA.</p> <p> Stacey Edmonson is Dean of the College of Education and Professor of Educational Leadership at Sam Houston State University, USA.</p> <p> Sandra Harris is Professor of Educational Leadership in the Center for Doctoral Studies at Lamar University, USA.</p>

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