The Wounded Leader: How Real Leadership Emerges in Times of Crisis
As any school principal or adminstrator can tell you, the responsibilities of school leadership can take a person from inspired moments to crisis in an instant. How does a school leader with good intentions preserve a healthy sense of self in the face of a crisis which in the best of times challenges the self, and in the worst of times can lead to deep wounds of the heart? How can good leaders minimize the impact of these crises and remain open to learn and grow from these difficult experiences? These are the questions at the heart of the stories contained in The Wounded Leader.
Through compelling stories that illustrate many of the common dilemmas faced by school leaders, the authors highlight the many paths to healing, and show how sometimes the most painful experience can be an opportunity for growth.
San Francisco, CA
School administrators, Educational leadership, Case studies, United States
Education | Educational Administration and Supervision | Educational Leadership
Ackerman, Richard H. Editor and Maslin-Ostrowski, Pat, "The Wounded Leader: How Real Leadership Emerges in Times of Crisis" (2002). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 151.