4 ways school leaders can build better staff relationships

05/4/2013 | Edutopia.org

Developing personal and professional relationships with staff helps school leaders gain the trust needed to achieve the overall vision of the school or district, writes Scott Taylor, assistant superintendent of New Jersey's Kenilworth Schools. In this blog post, Taylor offers four ways in which leaders can build relationships, including visiting classrooms daily. "The key to building relationships that will strengthen an educational leader's vision is being highly accessible and spending quality time talking and listening to teachers and support staff," he writes.

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