Credits & Acknowledgements
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This manuscript would not have been possible without the review and critique of colleagues and friends interested in leadership characteristics that facilitate school change. I greatly appreciate the guidance, advice, and assistance of George Baker, Dale Rudin, Nancy Chavkin, Jerry Morse, Martha Boethel, Victoria Boyd, Deborah Jolly, Wes Hoover, and Richard Tompkins. Their generous feedback was invaluable; however, the author alone assumes responsibility for the final document.