Lead by Example by Gracie McCastler

Lead by Example

byGracie McCastler

Kobo ebook | October 17, 2016

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 The purpose of this book is to make individuals cognizance of effective leadership and various leadership styles. This book will describe organizational leadership, educational leadership, and Christian leadership. It will also discuss creating a professional community with a clear vision and mission statement.


*Authoritarian Leaders- are task-oriented and oftentimes fail to effectively communicate on a personal level. However, they get the job done.

*Democratic Leaders-are informative, a guider, and they make suggestions without pressure. Generally, they communicate well and show concern about the well-being of others. The democratic leader encourages collaborative learning.

*Laissez- Fair Leaders- the personification is not the epitome of a good leader. They are too laid back and in most cases the job is inadequately done. Laissez-Fair Leaders fail to provide leadership and supervision. This leadership style impedes progress in employees, who are in need of supervision.

*Transformational Leaders-They engage in change. The transformational leader inspires and motivates employees to enhance their efficiency in productivity.

*Authentic Leaders- are original and genuine. These leaders are one of a kind. The authenticity is not duplicated.


Professional Community

Leaders must establish a professional and constructive community. The leaders must create an atmosphere with structure, promote standards of excellence, and build cohesiveness among group members.


Educational Leadership

The principals and the role they play is vital to the educational process. It is essential to create and sustain a good school. Accountability plays an integral part in the school system as well.


Christian Leadership

The spiritual leaders use moral values to motivate change in people and depend on a higher power for guidance.


Visions, Values and Missions

The leader’s vision must be lucrative and compelling. The vision and mission must be transparent, as well as easy to follow. The vision must be a crystal clear picture of change with the outcome of the future. Values are the things that you believe are important, in the way you work and live. Mission is a commission, to carry out an important assignment.  It is a plan of action, how to take the group to the next level.

Title:Lead by ExampleFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 17, 2016Publisher:Page Publishing, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1683489179

ISBN - 13:9781683489177

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