Educational Administration and “Team of Rivals”Timing…<br />Austin Hogan<br />EDAM-5330<br />Dr. Taliaferro<br />
Timing…<br />In the context of educational administration, timing can be interpreted as the manner and appropriateness of ...
Timing…cont’d<br />Lincoln knew that presenting his intentions too soon would negatively effect his message<br />Those who...
Timing…cont’d<br />Administrators are also effected by timing and the appropriateness of messages<br />Telling teachers ab...
Communication<br />Good communication will ensure that teachers and staff understand the message sent. <br />Teachers will...
Communication<br />Bad communication will have exactly the opposite effect. <br />Teachers and staff will be confused by t...
Why communication fails!<br />Messenger- message may not be clear and accurate or simple enough to be. It may be so badly ...
How to communicate…<br />Spoken> instant feedback and intimate, for clearly planned messages and presents valuable opportu...
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  1. 1. Educational Administration and “Team of Rivals”Timing…<br />Austin Hogan<br />EDAM-5330<br />Dr. Taliaferro<br />
  2. 2. Timing…<br />In the context of educational administration, timing can be interpreted as the manner and appropriateness of successfully communicating a message to staff.<br />“Lincoln moved carefully, step by step…others had grown so eager…costly errors were made towards the final stretch”<br />
  3. 3. Timing…cont’d<br />Lincoln knew that presenting his intentions too soon would negatively effect his message<br />Those who did not plan the communication strategically were found to have a high level of swifted support<br />
  4. 4. Timing…cont’d<br />Administrators are also effected by timing and the appropriateness of messages<br />Telling teachers about changes in job responsibilities, school routines, district mandates or closings could prove to be costly if not delivered at appropriate times<br />
  5. 5. Communication<br />Good communication will ensure that teachers and staff understand the message sent. <br />Teachers will also be more likely to respond favorably to the message if it appears to be reasonable and fair to both the receiver and the messenger.<br />
  6. 6. Communication<br />Bad communication will have exactly the opposite effect. <br />Teachers and staff will be confused by the message and less likely to do what was asked if delivered in an unclear or untimely manner.<br />
  7. 7. Why communication fails!<br />Messenger- message may not be clear and accurate or simple enough to be. It may be so badly presented, complicated, or untimely that it fails to hold attention.<br />Receiver- may be unwilling to take in the message because they are too busy or are too prejudiced to hear the message as delivered.<br />Channel- the method of delivery could conflict with how the message is received.<br />
  8. 8. How to communicate…<br />Spoken> instant feedback and intimate, for clearly planned messages and presents valuable opportunities for discussion<br />Electronic> quick, also providing feedback however is for less intimate details and items that need not be discussed<br />Written> for a more formal message (simple or complex) that may not need group/mass discussion<br />

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