10 Recommendations toward Effective Leadership
David W. Leslie, chancellor professor of education at the College of William and Mary, notes that "colleges and universities have presented leadership conundrums—from the most varied perspectives—Yet this vast trove of purported wisdom remains somehow unsatisfying and desperately random" (Wergin, 2007, p. xv). That is to say, despite all that has been written about leadership, the question still remains: What does it take to be an effective leader?
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