Superintendents and building principals are systems leaders, but only one of them runs the show.
Clashes can occur over initiative fatigue, proper support, poor modeling, and much more. If conflicts aren’t managed skillfully, strain can build up over time, pushing the relationship to a breaking point and creating bigger issues.
How can superintendents and principals build better relationships?
Join Peter DeWitt, principal Taneka Tate, and superintendents Farris Sabah and Michael R. Cornell as they discuss the critical role that relationship-building plays in creating a well-run district and school where students and staff can thrive.
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