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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION: WHY ONE HUNDRED DAYS?
PART 1: EXPLORING 100-DAY LEADERSHIP
Chapter 1: Why Before How: The Moral Imperative of Leadership
Chapter 2: The Six Steps of 100-Day Leadership
Chapter 3: The 100-Day Leader in Action
PART 2: CREATING THE ENVIRONMENT FOR SUCCESS
Chapter 4: A Strong Foundation
Chapter 5: How to Begin From Within
EPILOGUE: PUTTING YOUR STARS ON THE TABLE AND MAKING LONG-TERM SUCCESS POSSIBLE
- The 100-Day Plan
- Collaborative Team Rubric
- Figure 5.1: Resilience Leadership Rubric
- Figure 5.2: Personal Behavior Leadership Rubric
- Figure 5.3: Student Achievement Leadership Rubric
- Figure 5.4: Decision-Making Leadership Rubric
- Figure 5.5: Communication Leadership Rubric
- Figure 5.6: Learning Leadership Rubric
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