Academic Leadership in Higher Education. From the Top Down by Robert J. Sternberg,Elizabeth Davis,April C. Mason, et

By Robert J. Sternberg,Elizabeth Davis,April C. Mason, et al.Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group|Rowman & Littlefield Publishers||Adult NonfictionEducationLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 16.01.2015Street date: 05.01.2015

"Now what may still I do?" this can be a query educational leaders ask themselves with nice regularity. As ironic because it could seem, only a few educational leaders have had any formal education in educational management, or in any form of management in any respect. For the main half, educational directors examine at the task. in addition they consult anywhere they could get it. the aim of this e-book is to provide such suggestion. The ebook is written either for educational directors in any respect degrees in addition to if you aspire to educational management.

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Having confidence in your true abilities includes knowing your weaknesses and learning from your failures, and that has nothing to do with hating yourself ” (p. 49). With regard to what schools can do to inhibit the development of narcissistic tendencies in young people, Twenge and Campbell (2009) advocate fostering a love of learning and rewarding effort and hard work. Rather than emphasizing “I am special” individual uniqueness and how students are different from one another, they suggest having students identify the ways that they are alike.

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