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Utilizing the assigned readings for the course as well as additional applicable scholarly sources, complete parts I through IV of the assignment below:

Parts I and II: Decision-Making 

Part I: Decision-Making Flow Chart Process: As an educational leader, develop a visual illustration involving a flow chart of your decision-making process. Be sure to clearly depict how you would make effective decisions at the school or school district level within an educational setting of interest. Review page 289 in the Owens and Valesky text for an example. You may wish to use an applied example of how you would arrive at a decision within your visual illustration. 

Length: 1 page, not including title and reference pages

References: Minimum of 2 scholarly resources

Part II Decision-Making Top-Down vs. School-Based: As an educational leader, defend when it would be more appropriate to make decisions at the leadership level and when it would be more appropriate to support school-based decision-making. You may wish to use an applied example for each form of decision-making. 

Length: 2-3 pages, not including title and reference pages

References: Minimum of 2 scholarly resources

Parts III and IV: Conflict Resolution

Part III Five Orientations of Conflict Resolution: As an educational leader, describe the five common orientations (i.e., competitive, avoidant, accommodation, sharing, and collaborative) for addressing conflict in relation to leader cooperativeness (i.e., high vs. low) and assertiveness (high vs. low). Provide an applied example within an educational setting of interest of how you would utilize the sharing or collaborative orientations to realize effective conflict resolution. 

Length: 2-3 pages, not including title and reference pages

References: Minimum of 2 scholarly resources

Part IV Dealing with Difficult Individuals: As an educational leader using an applied example within an educational setting of interest, describe how you would manage a difficult individual (e.g., staff, student, parent, board of education member) to successfully diffuse a conflictual situation.

Length: 2-3 pages not including title and reference pages

References: Minimum of 2 scholarly resources

 


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