Are You Leading or Just at the Front of the Line?

Barreca, Gina
March 2013
Principal Leadership;Mar2013, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p68
The author discusses various aspects of leadership. She cites the need to establish a more stringent definition of leadership. She mentions that a leader is the one who inspires initiative, strength, confidence and good judgment. She says that parents' belief that their children are potential leaders. Lessons on leadership the author learned while living in Great Britain are cited.


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