Strengthening the Campus Leadership Team through Effective Principal and Counselor Relationships: Implications for Training
Campuses with successful leadership teams have a better opportunity to meet the ever-increasing and complex needs of the students they serve (Crowther, Kaagan, Ferguson, & Hann, 2002). These successful campuses are strengthened when they include strong principals and counseling teams with shared mutual trust and understanding that permeates the school climate (DeVoss & Andrews, 2006). A review of the literature revealed a paucity of studies examining the nature of successful principal-counselor relations and the impact of this relationship on student success, effective campus leadership teams, and an effective school climate that promotes learning. Meaningful dialogue and discussion of this critical professional relationship also were found lacking in the major counseling and educational leadership professional journals.
MacDonald, Jane H.; Armstrong, Stephen A.; and Henson, Robin K.
"Strengthening the Campus Leadership Team through Effective Principal and Counselor Relationships: Implications for Training,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 3:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol3/iss3/6
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