How delegation helps manage time, develop staff

10/15/2013 | Connected Principals blog

Administrators should model good leadership for teachers and staff by coaching them on how to solve their own problems rather than always doing it for them, high-school principal William Parker writes in this blog post. Parker describes how he has learned to manage staff requests, and prioritize what he should handle and what he should delegate. "Prioritizing time and requests is ultimately about creating a school climate where students are served well," he writes.

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