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Others’ Expectations
Others’ Expectations

When Frank Lujan accepted his current position as the principal of Graystone Elementary School, he felt a mixture of both confidence and anxiety to an extent that he had never quite felt before in his professional life. He believed that he had enough experience as a teacher to appreciate some of the major issues that needed to be addressed in an effective elementary school. He had also learned enough in the traditional areas of law, finance, supervision, and personnel management when he completed his graduate degree at State University two years ago.

On the other hand, Frank was not totally comfortable with the expectation that others had for his performance. He knew that he wanted to spend a lot of time working ...

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