Leadership EDAM 5330, W. Reginald Brooks
Team of Rivals, Chapter 19
July 27, 2010
Role of Lincoln as Culturally Responsive
A Servant Leader
Before one can command the respect and followership of others,
he must demonstrate devotion to the organization’s purposes and
commitment to those in the organization who work day by day on the
ordinary tasks that are necessary for those purposed to be
The Principalship, p.22.
vision meets other’s needs. True vision is far -reaching. It goes
beyond what one individual can accomplish. It doesn’t just include
others it adds value to them.
Leaders who Attract Followers
need to be needed.
Leaders who develop leaders
want to be succeeded.
Good leaders lead for the sake of their followers and for what
they can leave behind after their time of leadership is completed.
How have you as a leader lead or
changed your organization?
Comparing Lincoln to School
Characteristics of a Assess potential as an
Successful Principal effective leader (19)
Promote and develop a
moral community (8)
A unit of change (15)