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Improve Principal Evaluation And Create Highly Effective Leaders! Even with great teachers, student achievement hinges on an effective principal. Behind every high-quality principal is an airtight system of leadership evaluation that consistently rewards excellence and remedies deficits. While teacher evaluation methods have improved, instructional leadership evaluation has often stood still—and student learning and achievement have paid the price. This book identifies the major problems in this process and articulates clear solutions. The result is a blueprint for ensuring the best person for the job is occupying the principal’s chair. Content includes: • Extensive data, presented in a user-friendly manner • Clear connections to the new ISLLC Standards for School Leaders • A suite of interactive tools including sample self-assessments, mid-year and final evaluation forms, and ...

Element 2: Strategic Resourcing
Element 2: Strategic Resourcing

An integrated and coherent vision of where the organization is heading is the starting point for developing effective strategic resourcing. Strategic resourcing is a key part of strategic human resource management, i.e., matching human resources to the strategic and operational requirements of the organization and ensuring the full utilization of those resources. It is concerned not only with obtaining and keeping the number and quality of staff required but also with selecting and promoting people who “fit” the culture and the strategic requirements of the organization.

The first element of instructional leadership ability concerned the importance of leaders reducing fragmentation and promoting coherence within their school through the process of setting and communicating a few clearly worded goals. ...

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