School of Business Affairs - October -2017

28 OCTOBER 2017 | SCHOOL BUSINESS AFFAIRS 3. Learn the skills and weaknesses of your staff to deter- mine the best strategy in each situation. 4. Reflect on and evaluate critical situations to ensure future success. 5. Participate in professional development focused on leadership skills and strategies. 6. Be knowledgeable about all aspects of your position in order to contribute the benefits of your profes- sional expertise to the organization. School business officials who are aware of the leader- ship styles available to them can choose those that are most effective in achieving the goals of the organization and, at the same time, help develop leadership skills among their staffs. References Bass, B. M. 1990. From transactional to transformational leader- ship: Learning to share the vision. Organizational dynamics 18, 19–36. Retrieved from transactional_to_transformational_-_Bass.pdf Burns, J. M. 1978. Leadership . New York: Harper and Row. Coons, A., & Stogdill, R. M. (Eds.). 1957. Leader behavior: Its description and measurement. (Research Monograph, No. 88). Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Bureau of Research. Daft, R. L. 1994. Management . Fort Worth, TX: The Dryden Press. Hersey, P., Blanchard, K. H. & Johnson, D. E. 2013. Manage- ment of organizational behavior—Leading human resources . 10th ed. New York, NY: Pearson Prentice Hall. Hoy, W. K. & Miskel, C. G. 1991. Educational administration: Theory, research, practice. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Leadership Models: From Weber to Burns to Bass. (n.d.). Re- trieved from documents/unssc/unpan024982.pdf. MSG Presentations. Management Study Guide: Transactional Leadership Theory. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://management- McGregor, D. 1960. The human side of enterprise. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Spahr, P. 2016. What Is Transactional Leadership? How Struc- ture Leads to Results. St. Thomas University Online. Retrieved from http://online.stu . edu/transactional-leadership Transformational Leadership. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.lang Leadership.pdf David Dolph, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Dayton, was formerly a superintendent and principal in Ohio school systems. Email: YOUR KEYS TO SCHOOL BUSINESS SUCCESS Unlock your fullest professional potential with the support of ASBO International’s Strategic Partners. Strategic Partners