What is leadership? How do you build leadership in your school?

Please give a bio about yourself. Why did you choose
education, how long have you been in the field, where do you see yourself in
five years? If so, can you please include a picture? I will be doing a
PowerPoint and presenting to my class.
1.
What is leadership? How do you build
leadership in your school?
2.
What do you want teaching and learning to
look like in your school, and how do you communicate that vision?
3.
How often do you feel it’s necessary to
meet with your team without over meeting, and how do you reach agreement among
a team who disagrees?
4.
How do you create an environment where
teachers welcome ongoing feedback?
5.
What will be your “fingerprint” on this
building after you leave?
Each question should have five slides explaining your answer. There should be 27 slides altogether including the bio and conclusion.
Directions:
identify an education leader who will participate in a brief interview with you. The leader can be a K-12 department chair, an administrator at an elementary, middle, or high school, a private school leader, a college administrator/adviser, a department chair or dean at a university, or a campus president. You may interview them in person or on the telephone. Make an appointment well in advance of the deadline on week 4 Sunday night.
First, review the leadership instruments that from the chapter such as the Leadership Behavior Survey and the Measuring Preferred Management Styles. Using some of the information from these instruments as well as research on leadership styles, develop a minimum of 5 interview questions focused on gathering good information from the education leader about their leadership style and how they evaluate leaders in their educational institutions.
After you have completed the interview, construct a Power Point presentation discussing the points made by the person you interviewed on the leadership qualities he or she feels are important and how to evaluate those qualities. Begin with an introduction describing the person you interviewed (e.g., a bio on one slide) and five slides each with the questions you used for the interview and bullet points highlighting the main points of the answer. Finish with one slide that is a conclusion. In your conclusion, discuss how you might change your questions to more effectively address evaluation leadership qualities if you had the opportunity to conduct this interview a second time.

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