Enter to Win School Leadership Resources

School Leadership GiveawayThis giveaway is now closed. School leaders make dozens of decisions each day, and the responsibilities of the job are seemingly endless. To help both new and veteran principals navigate the principalship and improve their schools, we’re giving away two practical handbooks every school principal needs:

To Enter: Leave a comment below telling us what you think makes a great school leader. This giveaway is now closed.

For additional entries, leave a separate comment below for each of the following tasks that you complete:

Each comment counts as a separate entry—that’s four chances to win! Entries must be received by midnight, May 20, 2016.

The winner will be contacted via email on or around May 23, 2016, and will need to respond within 72 hours to claim his or her prize or another winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way affiliated with, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. Winner must be a U.S. resident, 18 years of age or older.

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35 Responses to Enter to Win School Leadership Resources

  1. jpdukes2015 says:

    I follow on Pinterest

  2. jpdukes2015 says:

    I am a twitter follower

  3. jpdukes2015 says:

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  4. Janice Dukes says:

    Good connection with teachers. Listening to their needs.

  5. Sonseeahray Bridges says:

    Servant leadership

  6. Robert says:

    Being able to fake sincerity. If you can do that you have it made.

  7. Lillian says:

    Communicative, structured, patience, compassion, dedicated, knowing and believing in the school’s mission. Have the academic preparation in educational management. Share knowledge and create a positive and caring work team from every position in the school, meaning maintenance, faculty, parents, students, and administration. Supervise and evaluate teachers fairly as to commend and recommend for improvement within a reasonable time period.

  8. Janette C says:

    Servant Leadership with a clearly stated vision for the students/staff in the building makes for a respected administrator when everyone is part of building and carrying out the vision.

  9. Jan L says:

    Servant Leadership with passion and along with a clearly stated and communicated vision. Everyone works better with and for a respected leader that leads and empowers the rest of his/her building team.

  10. Holly Trauner says:

    Great school leaders have care and compassion for students, families and staff. They make a commitment to working together with students, families, communities and staff to help children realize their full potential.

  11. Regena says:

    A Great leader is someone who is supportive, a good listener and a great problem solver.

  12. Robin Shaw says:

    Someone who is fair and consistent with all students, parents, and staff

  13. June Jonez says:

    I Like on facebook! That’s where I found this opportunity and give away.

  14. June Jones says:

    I believe a great leader knows and models positive communications skills and seeks solutions with a win/win approach. One great leader I think of is an expert at handling problems calmly and helps everyone feel important to the decisions and brainstorming of options. I am in awe when I observe her in action.

  15. Hannah Kane says:

    I follow Free Spirit on Pinterest!

  16. Hannah Kane says:

    I follow Free Spirit on Twitter.

  17. Hannah Kane says:

    I like Free Spirit on Facebook

  18. Hannah Kane says:

    I think a great school leader MUST prioritize the kids first.

  19. Lynn Skinner says:

    Someone that helps you reach your full potential!

  20. Commitment makes for a good leader as does experience. ..

  21. autumn shaffer says:

    I follow on pintrest

  22. autumn shaffer says:

    I follow on Twitter

  23. autumn shaffer says:

    I follow on facebook

  24. cindy alexander says:

    My staff loves Free spirit.

  25. JT says:

    A wholistic perspective on the child and/or staff member in consideration of stressors and responsibilities both within and outside of the school and the ability to facilitate reciprocal community supports and ties, so that students and staff actively engage in receiving community resources and giving back.

  26. cmferrara2000 says:

    A great school leader is one who backs and gives the benefit of any doubt to his or her Teachers; A great school leader never forgets why they entered the field of Education; and lastly, a great school leader embraces their own cherished school memories, striving to incorporate those memories or experiences with the students they now serve.

  27. Dr. Janice Novello says:

    A good leader is flexible, knows the particular characteristics of the school population, recognizes that the teachers are experts in their jobs, is visible, withholds judgement until all the facts are in, provides ways to revitalize a thirst for excellence and knows how to say please and thank you.

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  29. mommasbacon says:

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  30. mommasbacon says:

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  31. Integrity — Have it personally and look for it in others.

  32. mommasbacon says:

    A great school leader cultivates a range of partnerships with parents, peers, and school administration to support the progress and learning of each student and teacher.

  33. G says:

    There is so much written on the topic of School Leadership. It is important to be aware of current and past research based information. However, over the years I have repeatedly believed that a vital part of outstanding leadership is a bit of natural ability also.

  34. Delores Holt says:

    Commitment, dedication, patience, and a really good sense of “humor.” I work in a middle school, and believe me, some days that is what it takes to make it through the day with some level of sanity!

  35. Bradley says:

    Knowing and understanding every child’s independent needs and where they are coming from

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