The lessons of David Gergen's "Eyewitness to Power" can be applied to education, Rutgers University professor Maurice Elias writes in this blog post. He writes that leaders in education must start strong and simple, persuade and inspire, lead morally, demonstrate courage and compromise, and optimize any situation. "One need not be a principal, superintendent or school board president to be a school leader," he writes. "Leaders are those who step up to help their organizations succeed."

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