Attributes of an Effective Leader

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Leadership
Attributes and the alignment to the ISLLC
The attributes a leader should possess is effective communication, respect, dedication, goal-oriented, credibility, and approachable.
Exemplary Leadership
Practice The ISLLC
Standard
Effective Communication Standard 1
Respect Standard 5
Dedication Standard 1/Standard 3
Goal oriented Standard 1
Credibility Standard 5/Standard 6
Approachable Standard 5

Effective Communication
Effective communication is an attribute of a leader that aligns with standards 1 of the ISLLC standards. Communication is essential for a leader to convey a shared vision of learning outcomes for the students and strives for all students to be academically and socially successful. Effective communication of a good leader is the ability to lead and persuade all involved in the vision of the learning process, by communicating what that process is and the strategies to implement the process of learning for all students. A leader must be able to communicate effectively that all students have the ability to learn and be successful. (Green, 2013). Effective communication is an attribute that needs to be present in standard 1 to assure all staff are sharing the same vision.
Respect
Respect is an attribute of a leader that aligns with standard 5 of the ISLLC standards. A leader who is able to show qualities of fairness, respect, and integrity to staff, students, and the community is a leader who demonstrates respect, standard (Green, 2013). A leader who is fair and shows, respect and integrity to all, in return earns respect from staff, students, families and the community. Respect is a key attribute that allows the leader to be a successful leader because he/she demonstrates respect
Dedication
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...s, teamwork. There is a vision and a mission that is the main priority of the team, and as a team we are all working towards the same vision and all believe in our mission to teach students for their success. Human relations is paying attention to the needs of the employee’s, promoting a nice work environment, promoting teamwork, making individuals feel valued and allow them to contribute . The components to the human relation perspective promotes commitment, participation, purpose, and collaboration among the team (Green, 2013).

Works Cited

Green, R. L. (2013). Practicing the art of leadership: A problem-based approach to implementing the ISLLC Standards (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Allyn & Bacon.
Green, R. L. (2013). The nature of leadership [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from http://wps.prenhall.com/chet_green_practicing_2/23/6136/1570982.cw/index.html
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