The Virginia Principal: A Professional Practice Handbook
[First paragraph] Effective schools literature shows clearly that the leadership of the principal is key to the effectiveness of the school (Hoy and Miskell, 1982, and Arnn and Mangieri, 1988). To be effective, principals must use leadership styles appropriate to the situation.
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Owings, W.A. (1992) Leadership styles. In R.D. Barrack, M.W. Bedwell, J.S. Byrne, S.H. Campbell, T. Page Johnson, R.E. Jones, G.L. Koonce, W.A. Owings & H.R. Stiff (Eds.), The Virginia principal: A professional practice handbook (pp. 2-5.1-2-5.2). Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals, Inc.
Owings, William A.; Barrack, R. D. (Ed.); Bedwell, M. W. (Ed.); Byrne, J. S. (Ed.); Campbell, S. H. (Ed.); Page Johnson, T. (Ed.); Jones, R. E. (Ed.); Koonce, G. L. (Ed.); Owings, W. A. (Ed.); and Stiff, H. R. (Ed.), "Leadership Styles" (1992). Educational Foundations & Leadership Faculty Publications. 115.