What Every Principal Should Know About Ethical and Spiritual Leadership
- Jeffrey Glanz - Yeshiva University, USA
Ethics in Educational Administration
Flex some moral muscle to strengthen lifelong learning and achievement!
Values-based leadership has an exponential impact-from the classroom and campus to the community and beyond. By championing solid instruction in ethical problem solving and embodying moral ideals, principals can make a meaningful difference in students' current and future success.
This third volume of a seven-part leadership series offers practical strategies infused with passionate insights about principals' vital role as spiritual leaders empowered to boost achievement. Research-based yet inspirational, What Every Principal Should Know About Ethical and Spiritual Leadership equips new and veteran administrators with the tools and reflective prompts needed to become esteemed role models. Included within are: best practices for upholding the spiritual, ethical, and moral dimensions of leadership; five essential virtues for leading with conviction; and tactics for resolving real-world ethical dilemmas.
By focusing on these often-overlooked aspects of leadership, the author provides an invaluable sounding board for principals to shape their own beliefs-driven decisions and actions. Key concepts are readily accessible through such features as:
- "Before We Get Started" questionnaire and response analysis
- Case study and accompanying reflective questions
- "What You Should Know About" section framing each chapter
- Self-assessment resource for determining strengths in ethical and spiritual leadership
Other titles in this leadership series:
What Every Principal Should Know About Leadership
What Every Principal Should Know About Operational Leadership
What Every Principal Should Know About School-Community Leadership
What Every Principal Should Know About Strategic Leadership
What Every Principal Should Know About Collaborative Leadership
What Every Principal Should Know About Instructional Leadership
What Every Principal Should Know About Cultural Leadership