We usually think of leadership as a quality inhering in leaders. This issue starts from a different premise, that leadership is primarily relational. Authors explore issues that can complicate relationships between school leaders, especially the head and board chair, and suggest practices, ways of thinking and acting, that can engender success. Other articles look at relationships among board members, teamwork among administrators, and partnerships with outside consultants and other schools.
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