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Coach It Further
Using the Art of Coaching to Improve School Leadership
This book provides thoughtful insights and practical suggestions for improving the quality of leadership coaching in practice. It is a must-read for school leaders and leadership coaches. It is full of research, tips, and examples to help improve readers' efficacy as a leader.
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Peter DeWitt has a credible authenticity that strikes a chord of recognition with teachers and principals. In Coach It Further he further develops the critical factor of collective efficacy and shows how a skilled coach can help a principal break a school cultural impasse and move a struggling school forward. This excellent book has a readability quality that will engage all readers. -- Neil MacNeill, Head Master Ellenbrook Independent Primary School Western Australia Coach It Further is a must-read for school leaders and leadership coaches. This is not your typical professional learning book. I promise you will enjoy reading as you follow the scenario of a principal learning to be coached. You will also make connections with the real struggles of leadership and coaching. This book is chock full of research, tips ,and examples to help you build your self-efficacy as a leader and lead your school to build collective efficacy. -- Jessica Johnson In this well-timed book, Peter DeWitt uses evidence-based stories to illustrate how educators can engage in the art of leadership coaching. School administrators will make multiple connections to the realistic, varied, and detailed examples DeWitt uses to illustrate the complexities of leadership. If you're looking to improve the quality of leadership coaching in schools and districts, you'll find thoughtful insights and practical suggestions contained throughout. -- Jenni Donohoo Dr. Peter DeWitt writes from the perspective of someone who has had an exceptionally varied combination of life experiences; the struggling student, the honors student, the teacher in both urban and rural educational settings, the administrator, the scholar, and the advocate for those in need of support. He is a rare combination of theorist and pragmatist and his insights on leadership and coaching are both thought-provoking and useful. They also may help many educators get closer to that ever-elusive good night's sleep. -- Ron Mulson