Leading With Passion and Knowledge

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ISBN: 9781412967051
Release Date: 2009-03-17
Number of pages: 217
Author: Nancy Fichtman Dana
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Leading With Passion and Knowledge in PDF and EPUB Principals can harness the power of action research for their own professional development. This book provides guidance on developing questions, collecting data, and sharing results.


Taking Charge

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ISBN: 0807752916
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 228
Author: Paul L. Shaw
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Download and read online Taking Charge in PDF and EPUB Taking Charge is a practical guide to the "craft knowledge" of leading schools from an experienced principal, school reformer, and educational consultant. Drawing on his own experiences as well as the experiences of other school leaders, Shaw captures the essence of what principals do and the leadership traits they need to take charge for school improvement. Through vivid portrayals, the book presents the strategic actions taken by principals in their first 15 months on the job and demonstrates the importance of taking action quickly. From these narratives of practice emerge four guiding principles or "pillars" that underpin participatory leadership in high performing school learning communities. They are: knowing the student well; strong inclusive professional relationships; continuous development of intellectual capital; and powerful and cohesive pedagogical responsiveness in teaching across all classrooms. This book delivers a comprehensive program for successful school leadership that will speak to new and experienced principals, as well as all school leaders who want to make a difference in the life chances of all students.


Leading with Passion

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ISBN: 0759103666
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 267
Author: Sherene Suchy
Publisher: Rowman Altamira

Download and read online Leading with Passion in PDF and EPUB What does it take to lead the 21st-century museum? Balancing a head for business and working from the heart guided by passion! This is the message Sherene Suchy discovered in her work with more than 80 international museum directors whose thoughts and experiences ground this book on change management in 21st-century cultural organizations.


Inquiry

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ISBN: 9781452269306
Release Date: 2011-09-06
Number of pages: 200
Author: Nancy Fichtman Dana
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Inquiry in PDF and EPUB Connect inquiry to improved teaching and learning across your district! Now that federal and state initiatives require school districts to provide job-embedded professional development, the next step is making it happen. This book helps districts define, develop, and implement a systematic inquiry-based process with a laser-like focus on both adult and student learning. This book’s inquiry model challenges educators and students to: Define questions they are passionate about exploring Collect and analyze data to inform their questions Share what they have learned through the process with others Collaborate to build on their results and improve student achievement



Knowledge and Passion

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ISBN: 0521295629
Release Date: 1980-03-31
Number of pages: 286
Author: Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Knowledge and Passion in PDF and EPUB Michelle Rosaldo presents an ethnographic interpretation of the life of the Ilongots, a group of some 3,500 hunters and horticulturists in Northern Luzon, Philippines. Her study focuces on headhunting, a practice that remained active among the Ilongots until at least 1972. Indigenous notions of 'knowledge' and 'passion' are crucial to the Ilongots' perceptions of their own social practices of headhunting, oratory, marriage, and the organization of subsistence labour. In explaining the significance of these key ideas, Professor Rosaldo examines what she considers to be the most important dimensions of Ilongot social relationships: the contrasts between men and women and between accomplished married men and bachelor youths. By defining 'knowledge' and 'passion' in the context of their social and affective significance, the author demonstrates the place of headhunting in historical and political processes, and shows the relation between headhunting and indigenous concepts of curing, reproduction, and health. Theoretically oriented toward interpretive of symbolic ethnography, this book clarifies some of the ways in which the study of a language - both vocabulary and patterns of usage - is a study of a culture; the process of translation is presented as a method of cultural interpretation. Professor Rosaldo argues that an appreciation of the Ilongots' specific notions of 'the self' and the emotional concepts associated with headhunting can illuminate central aspects of the group's social life.


Leading Issues in Knowledge Management Research

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ISBN: 1906638888
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 192
Author: Charles Despres
Publisher: Academic Conferences Limited

Download and read online Leading Issues in Knowledge Management Research in PDF and EPUB Knowledge management is one of the most enduring concepts aimed at how to improve management efficiency, effectiveness and competitive advantage. It was originally thought to be a fad, but instead of being of interest for 5 to 10 years like other fads it has been at least 20 years since it became an issue in modern times. Many researchers now believe that it is an important academic field of study which is essential to address from both a research point of view and a teaching perspective. For that reason we have compiled 10 leading edge research papers which address some of the most important issues in that filed. This book represents a marker of our current state of knowledge in the knowledge management field.


Plugging Into Passions

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ISBN: 9781462002139
Release Date: 2011-03-23
Number of pages: 64
Author: Myron Radio; Wendy Mack
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online Plugging Into Passions in PDF and EPUB Unleash energy and achieve alignment in a whole new way! Plugging into Passions is a process for leading change that focuses on the individuals at every level of your organization. The process merges overall best practices in change management with recent developments in assessment methodologies to provide a powerful new approach for leaders at all levels. Learn how to: Predict when and why your team members will embrace some tasks and avoid others. Connect with your employees in a way that increases their commitment to their work and the organization. Communicate using key words that unleash energy and tap into each person’s unique passion. Build support for your ideas and initiatives from peers, executives, and stakeholders. Create implementation strategies that not only reduce resistance, but that actually create a firestorm of support. Plugging into Passions is grounded in the belief that the most effective way to get people to embrace and accelerate change is to unleash the energy that is at the core of each person. It is not a magic bullet, but it is a crucial tool for anyone who strives to be an effective change leader.


The Great Passion

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ISBN: 9780802866547
Release Date: 2010-10-04
Number of pages: 302
Author: Eberhard Busch
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

Download and read online The Great Passion in PDF and EPUB Widely regarded as the twentieth century s greatest theologian, Karth Barth refocused the task of Christian theology and demonstrated its relevance to every domain of human life, from the spiritual to the social to the political. It is precisely the broad sweep of Barth s theology that makes a book like The Great Passion of such great value a succinct yet comprehensive introduction to Barth s entire theological program. Of the many people who write on the life and thought of Karl Barth, Eberhard Busch is uniquely placed. A world-renowned expert on Barth s theology, he also served as Barth s personal assistant from 1965 to 1968. As Busch explains, one cannot fully understand Barth the theologian apart from understanding Barth the man. In this book he weaves doctrine and biography into a superb presentation of Barth s complete work. Busch s purpose in this introduction is to guide readers through the main themes of the multivolume Church Dogmatics against the horizon of our own times and problems. In ten sections Busch clearly explains Barth s views on all of the major subject areas of systematic theology: the nature of revelation, Israel and Christology, the Trinity and the doctrine of predestination, the problem of religion, gospel and law, creation, salvation, the Holy Spirit, ecclesiology, and eschatology. A distinctive feature of the book is the way Busch lets Barth speak for himself, often through surprising quotations and paraphrases. Busch also shows how Barth s writing should be read as a dialogue, constantly and consciously engaging other voices past and present, both inside and outside the church. Most important, The Great Passion demonstrates that Barth s thought is still remarkably helpful today.


The Dynamic Introvert Leading Quietly with Passion and Purpose

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ISBN: 9780993654619
Release Date: 2014-11-23
Number of pages: 152
Author: Lesley Taylor
Publisher: Western Winds Publishing, Inc.

Download and read online The Dynamic Introvert Leading Quietly with Passion and Purpose in PDF and EPUB 'The Dynamic Introvert: Leading Quietly with Passion and Purpose' shows readers how to excel as quiet leaders and how to succeed in their careers. This expanded 2nd edition features, --New Research --Updated stories --Checklists, tools, and additional resources. "In The Dynamic Introvert, leadership coach Lesley Taylor artfully integrates findings from a variety of sources, providing fresh perspective on what it means to be a leader, and presents her insights in a clear and accessible manner." Laurie Helgoe, Ph.D., author of 'Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life is Your Hidden Strength' "How can an author pack so much wisdom and common sense into one book?" Well, Coach Lesley Taylor has done a beautiful job of it and has made a major contribution to advancing the introvert conversation...I plan on sharing this book with all of my clients." Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D., CSP, author of 'The Genius of Opposites, Quiet Influence and The Introverted Leader' Discover how you too can succeed!


Leading with Passion

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ISBN: 9781608101184
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 111
Author: John Joseph Murphy
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

Download and read online Leading with Passion in PDF and EPUB Effective, passionate leadership requires many things. In Leading With Passion,/i>, John Murphy outlines ten elite leadership essentials. Combine these key factors and you have a means to inspire and lead with passion. Soon you'll find that not only are you performing better as a leader, but your team is sharing your vision and following your lead to ultimate success. A must have for leaders.


Intellectual Capital Revisited

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ISBN: 1782543511
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Number of pages: 194
Author: Cristina Chaminade
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

Download and read online Intellectual Capital Revisited in PDF and EPUB 'This book extends the analysis of intellectual capital and underlines the idea that its study is multidisciplinary. Its publication is timely as it brings together a collection of the key thought leaders in the area who provide new perspectives into this important topic. This book is essential reading by those engaged in understanding the knowledge economy and intellectual capital in organisational settings.' - James Guthrie, The University of Sydney, Australia This book brings together some of the founders of the IC movement in Europe to critically review the virtues and shortcomings of intellectual capital as a managerial concept. More questions on the future of IC study are perhaps raised than answered as the contributors attempt to open new avenues of research. The contributors acknowledge that the concept of managing intellectual capital is paradoxical in many respects. First and foremost, the boundaries of the knowledge intensive organization are fading. Organizations are open, networked and global, and intellectual capital mobile and elusive - so how can something with no boundaries be managed? Furthermore, is it possible that in a knowledge-intensive society, firms that do not focus on their intellectual capital are successful? That is, are there any pre-requisites for intellectual capital to be relevant? The book explores such paradoxes in the knowledge intensive organization, critically discusses the limitations of intellectual capital and revises the agenda for intellectual capital studies in the future. Drawing on empirical evidence including two EU funded projects involving researchers, practitioners and policy makers from international associations such as the OECD and the EU, this book will prove a thought provoking read for those with an interest in various aspects of management such as: knowledge management, management control, management accounting, strategic management and management of innovation.


A Passion for Democracy

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ISBN: 0691050244
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 293
Author: Benjamin R. Barber
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online A Passion for Democracy in PDF and EPUB Benjamin Barber is one of America's preeminent political theorists. He has been a significant voice in the continuing debate about the nature and role of democracy in the contemporary world. A Passion for Democracy collects twenty of his most important writings on American democracy. Together they refine his distinctive position in democratic theory. Barber's conception of "strong democracy" contrasts with traditional concepts of "liberal democracy," especially in its emphasis on citizen participation in central issues of public debate. These essays critique the "thin representation" of liberal democracy and buttress the arguments presented in Barber's twelve books, most recently in his well-received Jihad vs. McWorld: How Globalism and Tribalism Are Re-shaping the World. In these pieces, Barber argues for participatory democracy without dependence on abstract metaphysical foundations, and he stresses the relationship among democracy and civil society, civic education, and culture. A Passion for Democracy is divided into four sections. In the first, "American Theory: Democracy, Liberalism, and Rights," Barber addresses issues of ongoing relevance to today's debates about the roots of participatory democracy, including individualism vs. community, the importance of consent, and the irrelevance of Marxism. Essays in the second section, "American Practice: Leadership, Citizenship, and Censorship" provide a "strong democracy" critique of American democratic practice. "Education for Democracy: Civic Education, Service, and Citizenship" applies Barber's theories to three related topics and includes his much-discussed essay "America Skips School." The final section, "Democracy and Technology: Endless Frontier or End of Democracy?" provides glimpses into a future that technology alone cannot secure for democracy. In his preface, Barber writes: "In these essays ... I have been hard on my country. Like most ardent democrats, I want more for it than it has achieved, despite the fact that it has achieved more than most people have dared to want." This wide-ranging collection displays not only his passion for democracy, but also his unique perspective on issues of abiding importance for the democratic process.


Normal s Journey

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ISBN: 9781604770582
Release Date: 2007-09-01
Number of pages: 100
Author: Mark Ballard
Publisher: Xulon Press

Download and read online Normal s Journey in PDF and EPUB In a fascinating and compelling description of one mans search for satisfaction and fulfillment, the author learns that the dissatisfaction that overwhelmed his life found its root cause in his lack of intimacy with Jesus Christ. (Practical Life)


On the improvement of society by the diffusion of knowledge The philosophy of a future state The philosophy of religion On the mental illumination and moral improvement of mankind An essay on the sin and evils of covetousness

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ISBN: NYPL:33433090895495
Release Date: 1850
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Author: Thomas Dick
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