|The Authors||p. xv|
|The Elements of Culture|
|Schools as Tribes: The Power to Transform||p. 19|
|Artifacts, Architecture, and Routines: Symbols of Culture||p. 32|
|History: The Value of Lore and Tradition||p. 44|
|Myth, Vision, and Values: Discovering a School's Highest Calling||p. ... MORE|
|Stories and Tales: Passing Along the Vision||p. 71|
|Rituals: Embedding Purpose and Meaning||p. 88|
|Ceremonies and Traditions: Culture in Action||p. 100|
|Conveyors of Culture: Positive and Negative Transmitters||p. 116|
|The Symbolic Role of School Leaders|
|Weaving the Cultural Tapestry: Seven Schools||p. 129|
|Transforming Toxic Cultures: Renewal Strategies||p. 160|
|Building Trust: Connecting to Parents and Communities||p. 181|
|Strengthening Culture: Eight Essential Roles||p. 196|
|Living with Paradox: The Bifocal Principal||p. 217|
|Achieving Balance: Meeting Cultural and Structural Demands||p. 233|
|Conclusion: Opportunities for the Future||p. 248|
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Terrence E. Deal has been a professor at Stanford, Harvard, and Vanderbilt Universities and is the former Irving R. Melbo Professor of Education at the Rossier School of the University of Southern California. He is coauthor of the best-sellers, Leading with Soul and Reframing Organizations.
Kent D. Peterson is a professor in the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Deal and Peterson are coauthors of The Leadership Paradox.