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  • Title: The Multiplier Effect: Tapping the Genius Inside Our Schools
  • Author: Liz Wiseman Lois N. Allen Elise Foster
  • ISBN: 9781452271897
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • When you become a Multiplier, your whole team succeeds Why do some leaders double their team s effectiveness, while others seem to drain the energy right out of the room Using insights gained from than 100 interviews with school leaders, this book pinpoints the five disciplines that define how Multipliers bring out the best across their schools By practicing theseWhen you become a Multiplier, your whole team succeeds Why do some leaders double their team s effectiveness, while others seem to drain the energy right out of the room Using insights gained from than 100 interviews with school leaders, this book pinpoints the five disciplines that define how Multipliers bring out the best across their schools By practicing these disciplines, you ll learn how to Attract top teachers to your school Create an intense environment that demands people s best thinking Drive sound decisions by constructing debate and decision making forums Give your team a sense of ownership for responsibilities and results
    The Multiplier Effect Tapping the Genius Inside Our Schools When you become a Multiplier your whole team succeeds Why do some leaders double their team s effectiveness while others seem to drain the energy right out of the room Using insights gained from tha

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    1. Excellent perspective on what it takes to drive an effective organizationI throughly enjoyed reading the Multipliers book The book provides a framework that a leader can follow in order to maximize the potential out of his team and organization.In summary, a multiplier needs to be a talent recruiter, b community builder, c thought provoker, d investor in their team s talents, and e high stakes challenger.I also specifically loved the section around how someone can become an accidental diminisher [...]

    2. This book helps you see where your actions may compromise the ability of subordinates, or colleagues to succeed.

    3. I like the concept of a multiplier but I struggle with the regular use of polarizing examples multipliers vs diminishers as we often end up somewhere in between I enjoyed reading about how focusing on strengths bring out the best and the examples were fairly relevant in North American schools.

    4. This book s central insight the best management is one that delegates responsibility throughout an organization is well taken But the real value of this book is in the exercises it offers to help a manager put that insight into practice.

    5. Having never read any of the other multiplier diminisher books by Wiseman, this was a refreshing read Wiseman takes the reader into schools which utilized the wisdom of her insight, and the results are quite remarkable It goes to show that we are all made up of a good mix of skills, personality types, and talents and when all those parts are put together, honored, and used, a school can only get better.Each chapter presents a different type of multiplicative method one can use, and while the ide [...]

    6. My biggest quibble with this book is that the people described who aren t Multipliers leaders who tap strengths, build community, develop others, etc aren t really leaders at all And there s no advice for counteracting their destructive behavior Butis book is great for helping those in positions of influence in schools administrators, coaches, teacher leaders and consultants evaluate their own practices, work to improve culture, and inspire others Great tools and exercises, too, for putting the [...]

    7. I liked the ideas in this book, but sometimes I felt that I know these ideas in different formats I am looking forward to talking about this book with colleagues I think this book should be read with a group and discussed.

    8. This is usually not my kind of book, but I did find it interesting As an administrator beginning the year at a new school site, there were things that I could reflect on and use for the upcoming year with a new staff.

    9. I don t remember exactly when I finished this one, but the strategies in this book are amazingly effective

    10. This is a great book The concepts are clear The challenge is putting them into practice The authors give you practical steps to practice and become a Multiplier The examples are great

    11. Liked it I was hoping for from this after reading the original Multipliers, but felt this was a lot of the same concepts some re packaging.

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