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The Resource Blending leadership : six simple beliefs for leading online and off, Stephen J. Valentine, Dr. Reshan Richards ; sketchnotes by Brad Ovenell-Carter

Blending leadership : six simple beliefs for leading online and off, Stephen J. Valentine, Dr. Reshan Richards ; sketchnotes by Brad Ovenell-Carter

Label
Blending leadership : six simple beliefs for leading online and off
Title
Blending leadership
Title remainder
six simple beliefs for leading online and off
Statement of responsibility
Stephen J. Valentine, Dr. Reshan Richards ; sketchnotes by Brad Ovenell-Carter
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Language
eng
Summary
An organizational approach to more effective school leadership, online and off "Leadership, especially in a school setting, is too important to be merely intuitive. In this generous book, Steve and Reshan outline a new way of thinking for a new kind of leader. Recommended." Seth Godin, author of What to Do When it's Your Turn (and it's Always Your Turn) "If you're a school leader, Blending Leadership is the book you need to guide your thinking in today's increasingly networked educational environment. Your students and staff may have varying degrees of comfort with technology, but this book will give you solid guidance on how to lead them both online and offline and chart a path to the future." Daniel H. Pink, author of Drive Blending Leadership provides all school leaders with a unique approach to utilizing technology for more effective learning and leadership. As the online aspects of schools become just as important as their brick-and-mortar counterparts, leaders must be as effective screen-to-screen as they are face-to-face. Drawing from research, experience, and real-world examples, this book explores and unpacks six core beliefs necessary for the blended leader to succeed. Between email, websites, apps, updates, tweets, attachments, infographics, YouTube, and unceasing notifications, most people are inundated with digital detritus, and they either grow to ignore it or get swept under it. Effective blended leaders see these distractions as spurs to action, models, test cases, remixable commodities, and learning opportunities. Blending Leadership gives you the perspective you need to excel and the knowledge to leverage the tools at your disposal
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Valentine, Stephen J
Dewey number
371.2/011
Index
index present
LC call number
LB2806
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1978-
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  • Richards, Reshan
  • Ovenell-Carter, Brad
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  • Educational leadership
  • Educational technology
  • EDUCATION
  • EDUCATION
  • Educational leadership
  • Educational technology
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Blending leadership : six simple beliefs for leading online and off, Stephen J. Valentine, Dr. Reshan Richards ; sketchnotes by Brad Ovenell-Carter
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Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright ; Contents ; Preface ; Acknowledgments ; About the Authors & The Artist; Introduction ; The Case for Blended Leadership; Leadership Anthropology and Learning: Looking Back, Looking Around, Looking Forward; Ahmad's Magic Card Case; Why We Need a Core Set of Beliefs, Especially in The Digital World
  • Belief #1 Blended Leaders Engage with Thought Leaders and Engage as Thought Leaders Crotty's Wrestling; Broader Entanglements; Walking the Oregon Trail; Networking, But Not That Kind; Pyramid Searching For the Greater Good; Our Learning Process Made Visible; A Proof of Concept; Belief #2 Blended Leaders Design Spaces and Care for Spaces ; IKEA Boxes and Garbage Cans; Something Everyone Can Use; A Platform for Professional Growth
  • Monitoring Successful VenturesManaging by Surfing Around; Where the Fish Are; Beyond Designing and Caring for Spaces; Belief #3 Blended Leaders Reject Insularity and Embrace Sharing ; Riding With Tom Nammack; The Business Case for Humility or Q + BA = (I)2; Asking Old Questions to New People; Building Small Public Work Groups; Building, and Contributing to, Large Public Work Groups; Public Troubleshooting: User Base and Brand; Troublefinding and Troubleshooting: Beyond Twitter; Bug Bounty; Learn to Share, Mix to Distribute
  • Sharing and Not SharingBlended Leading With Digests; Blended Leading with Templates; Saving Our Assets; Mindful Organizing, Mindful Organizations; Belief #4 Blended Leaders Challenge Meeting Structures and Change Meeting Structures ; ""Too Small to Do Anything Hard in""; What to Do About Meetingocrity?; The Agile Manifesto; Face-to-Face (F2F) Meetings; Rethinking the Ideal; Disrupting the Real; Preparation; The Dance of the Blended Leader
  • Belief #5 Blended Leaders Articulate a Mission and Advance a Mission If a Mission Falls in yhe Woods; Between Two FERNS and WTF; Dad's Old Radio-for the Masses; Dr. Gray Smith Reaches for the Pneumatic Nail Gun; Dr. Gray Smith on Twitter; Bill Stites's Social Numbers; Microstorytelling: Working More Versus Working Different; Measuring Faith to Have Faith; Cautionary Tale #1: If you Don't do it, Someone Else Might; Cautionary Tale #2: Playing the Long Game
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951678275
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119222224
Lccn
2016006369
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
99968112995
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51c009ed-e0f5-43c3-a8a6-48137e640354
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)951678275
Label
Blending leadership : six simple beliefs for leading online and off, Stephen J. Valentine, Dr. Reshan Richards ; sketchnotes by Brad Ovenell-Carter
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright ; Contents ; Preface ; Acknowledgments ; About the Authors & The Artist; Introduction ; The Case for Blended Leadership; Leadership Anthropology and Learning: Looking Back, Looking Around, Looking Forward; Ahmad's Magic Card Case; Why We Need a Core Set of Beliefs, Especially in The Digital World
  • Belief #1 Blended Leaders Engage with Thought Leaders and Engage as Thought Leaders Crotty's Wrestling; Broader Entanglements; Walking the Oregon Trail; Networking, But Not That Kind; Pyramid Searching For the Greater Good; Our Learning Process Made Visible; A Proof of Concept; Belief #2 Blended Leaders Design Spaces and Care for Spaces ; IKEA Boxes and Garbage Cans; Something Everyone Can Use; A Platform for Professional Growth
  • Monitoring Successful VenturesManaging by Surfing Around; Where the Fish Are; Beyond Designing and Caring for Spaces; Belief #3 Blended Leaders Reject Insularity and Embrace Sharing ; Riding With Tom Nammack; The Business Case for Humility or Q + BA = (I)2; Asking Old Questions to New People; Building Small Public Work Groups; Building, and Contributing to, Large Public Work Groups; Public Troubleshooting: User Base and Brand; Troublefinding and Troubleshooting: Beyond Twitter; Bug Bounty; Learn to Share, Mix to Distribute
  • Sharing and Not SharingBlended Leading With Digests; Blended Leading with Templates; Saving Our Assets; Mindful Organizing, Mindful Organizations; Belief #4 Blended Leaders Challenge Meeting Structures and Change Meeting Structures ; ""Too Small to Do Anything Hard in""; What to Do About Meetingocrity?; The Agile Manifesto; Face-to-Face (F2F) Meetings; Rethinking the Ideal; Disrupting the Real; Preparation; The Dance of the Blended Leader
  • Belief #5 Blended Leaders Articulate a Mission and Advance a Mission If a Mission Falls in yhe Woods; Between Two FERNS and WTF; Dad's Old Radio-for the Masses; Dr. Gray Smith Reaches for the Pneumatic Nail Gun; Dr. Gray Smith on Twitter; Bill Stites's Social Numbers; Microstorytelling: Working More Versus Working Different; Measuring Faith to Have Faith; Cautionary Tale #1: If you Don't do it, Someone Else Might; Cautionary Tale #2: Playing the Long Game
Control code
951678275
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119222224
Lccn
2016006369
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other control number
99968112995
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
51c009ed-e0f5-43c3-a8a6-48137e640354
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)951678275

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