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Topic Posted by: Melissa Cheung
Organization: The Annenberg/CPB Channel
Date Posted: Tue Jul 6 10:35:57 US/Eastern 1999
Topic Description: What traits do you think are necessary for effective leadership? Why?

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Posted by: Kathleen
Date posted: Sun Jul 9 11:21:37 2006
Subject: Staff Development Topics
I was wondering if any other schools are investigating minority achievement during their staff development times? I'd like to hear about how your school is investigating this issue and about any effective strategies in communicating this issue to staff.

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Posted by: Kathleen
Date posted: Wed Jul 5 9:15:24 2006
Subject: Effective leadership skills
After watching video #4, I began to wonder if there any principals participating that might share some tips about effective leadership skills. Do you think such skills can be learned over time? Will the faculty be patient with a principal that is "learning the ropes"? Or do you think that certain personalities are naturally effective principals and all others need not apply? I'd like to be a principal, but sometimes I doubt my own leadership skills.

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Posted by: John Leonard (jsl44@earthlink.net )
Date posted: Fri Aug 30 18:40:29 2002
Subject: Effective Leadership Traits
Integrity. Without integrity a leader has nothing. An effective leader cannot focus on leading others while looking over his/her shoulder watching for someone to uncover immoral/illegal actions or lies.

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