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Reviewing Personal Values
Reviewing Personal Values

Beginning principals experience difficulties during their first year on the job for many reasons. In some cases, they do not take care of business. For example, they might ignore the importance of completing assigned administrative tasks on time, or they might violate local policies or even state laws. Another reason for getting into trouble is that they do not seem to have the kinds of people skills needed to communicate effectively with parents, staff, other administrators, or even students. Experienced personnel or human resource administrators have often noted that two sure ways for a principal to lose his or her job are mismanagement of the budget and school finances (technical or managerial skill) or engaging in indiscreet personal contact ...

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