Becoming an Integrated Educational Leader is a must-read for current K-12 educators, preparing and current teachers who want to be leaders in their schools and communities. This powerful book provides insights into gaining a better understanding of our educational system and how this has affected our current status through political and cultural events of our past, as well as understanding critical pedagogy that supports learners in this system. It also describes a better understanding of the physical and emotional blockades experienced by educators and how to be a complete leader. Michelle Rosser, an activist in educational change and relational theory development, and Tom Massey, a corporate trainer and performance coach, team up to deliver uplifting and honest truths to educators that will not only effectively communicate important tools for teaching, but also enlighten the individual to discover the powerful influence they possess as educators.
Michelle Rosser (PhD in educational psychology from University of Oklahoma) is a professor in the Psychology Department at Ashford University. She teaches and researches in the areas of motivation, learning, and social justice and is an author and speaker who dedicates herself to inspiring pre-service teachers to become educational leaders by better understanding the diversity components that can make all workplaces a challenge. Tom Massey (PhD in natural health science and a doctorate in naturopathy from Clayton College, Birmingham, Alabama) is an author, corporate trainer, and performance coach who inspires and enlightens with his humorous teaching style and captivating stories that paint word pictures of optimism for the future. He has written seven books on success and leadership.
Contents: The Integrated Leadership Model - Integration Through Self-Awareness 51 - Integration Through Social Awareness and Management - Developing the Leader in You.