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Chapter 6: A Personal Leadership Checklist
Roosevelt Autry was enjoying his first year as the principal of Avon Hills High School. For the past four years he had been one of the assistant principals at the school, and he had the opportunity to learn about the teachers, students, parents, and members of the community. It was not a surprise when he was named the principal; he knew the school, and the community knew him.
As Mr. Autry moved through his first year, he remained quite comfortable with his assignment, for the most part. In many ways, it was a continuation of what he had done in the past although he knew that being the principal would carry a lot more pressure and responsibility than ...