Margaret Thatcher with Ronald Reagan (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Where have all the leaders gone? That’s the question I hear everywhere I travel at home and abroad. I can’t answer the question, but it caused me to reflect on what makes a good leader.
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Should public school leaders embrace social media? Consultant Joel Gagne says they can't afford not to. (Image via CrunchBase) The following is a guest post by Joel Gagne, CEO of Allerton Hill Consulting.
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