Stop Leading, Start Building

Turn Your School into a Success Story with the People and Resources You Already Have
By Robyn R. Jackson
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Robyn R. Jackson has helped thousands of administrators to discover that it is possible to transform their schools with the people and resources they already have. The secret? Stop leading and start building. The work involves some shifts in how you approach your school’s purpose, people, pathway, and plan. In Stop Leading, Start Building, you’ll learn Robyn Jackson’s breakthrough Buildership Model to escape the “school improvement hamster wheel” and create the school your students and teachers deserve.

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