The Practical Decision Maker

The Practical Decision Maker

A Handbook for Decision Making and Problem Solving

Thomas R. Harvey, Sharon M. Corkrum, Shari L. Fox, David C. Gustafson, Deanna K. Keuilian

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Are you lacking confidence in your decision-making abilities? Leaders often have to make challenging decisions, such as how do we improve employee morale? How do we decrease employee turnover? What needs to happen to ensure employees and stakeholders feel safe to return to work during a pandemic? Great leaders understand how to balance emotion with reason and to make decisions that positively impact their organizations. Making good decisions in difficult situations is no small feat. Change, uncertainty, stress, and anxiety all contribute to this dilemma. The Practical Decision Maker: A Handbook for Decision Making and Problem Solving, 2nd edition will help you achieve a high level of confidence and give you practical tools to make faster and more effective practical decisions. Decision-making has never been more critical, especially for today’s leaders. Updates to this new edition include additions to reflect 21st century technology and the divisive times leaders are in today.


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Thomas R. Harvey:

Dr. Thomas R. Harvey is professor emeritus in the organizational leadership doctoral program at the University of La Verne. He is the proud author of over thirteen books dealing with change, politics, decision making, and building teams.

Dr. Sharon M. Corkrum is a retired school district assistant superintendent. The first edition of this book evolved from her dissertation while at the University of La Verne.

Dr. Shari L. Fox spent forty years as a K-12 educator, serving as a teacher, site and district administrator, and superintendent. She continues to serve K-12 educators as an executive coach to site and district administrators and is currently an instructor in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

Dr. David C. Gustafson has spent the past two decades as a practitioner and leader in K-12 education at both the site and district levels. Dr. Gustafson continues to research, publish, and present on virtual leadership and virtual learning, both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Deanna K. Keuilian has been a practitioner in the field of education for over twenty years. She has extensive experience leading a variety of educational initiatives at the K-12 level and serves as an adjunct professor and dissertation committee member in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

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Dr. Thomas R. Harvey is professor emeritus in the organizational leadership doctoral program at the University of La Verne. He is the proud author of over thirteen books dealing with change, politics, decision making, and building teams.

Dr. Sharon M. Corkrum is a retired school district assistant superintendent. The first edition of this book evolved from her dissertation while at the University of La Verne.

Dr. Shari L. Fox spent forty years as a K-12 educator, serving as a teacher, site and district administrator, and superintendent. She continues to serve K-12 educators as an executive coach to site and district administrators and is currently an instructor in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

Dr. David C. Gustafson has spent the past two decades as a practitioner and leader in K-12 education at both the site and district levels. Dr. Gustafson continues to research, publish, and present on virtual leadership and virtual learning, both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Deanna K. Keuilian has been a practitioner in the field of education for over twenty years. She has extensive experience leading a variety of educational initiatives at the K-12 level and serves as an adjunct professor and dissertation committee member in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

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Dr. Thomas R. Harvey is professor emeritus in the organizational leadership doctoral program at the University of La Verne. He is the proud author of over thirteen books dealing with change, politics, decision making, and building teams.

Dr. Sharon M. Corkrum is a retired school district assistant superintendent. The first edition of this book evolved from her dissertation while at the University of La Verne.

Dr. Shari L. Fox spent forty years as a K-12 educator, serving as a teacher, site and district administrator, and superintendent. She continues to serve K-12 educators as an executive coach to site and district administrators and is currently an instructor in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

Dr. David C. Gustafson has spent the past two decades as a practitioner and leader in K-12 education at both the site and district levels. Dr. Gustafson continues to research, publish, and present on virtual leadership and virtual learning, both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Deanna K. Keuilian has been a practitioner in the field of education for over twenty years. She has extensive experience leading a variety of educational initiatives at the K-12 level and serves as an adjunct professor and dissertation committee member in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

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Dr. Thomas R. Harvey is professor emeritus in the organizational leadership doctoral program at the University of La Verne. He is the proud author of over thirteen books dealing with change, politics, decision making, and building teams.

Dr. Sharon M. Corkrum is a retired school district assistant superintendent. The first edition of this book evolved from her dissertation while at the University of La Verne.

Dr. Shari L. Fox spent forty years as a K-12 educator, serving as a teacher, site and district administrator, and superintendent. She continues to serve K-12 educators as an executive coach to site and district administrators and is currently an instructor in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

Dr. David C. Gustafson has spent the past two decades as a practitioner and leader in K-12 education at both the site and district levels. Dr. Gustafson continues to research, publish, and present on virtual leadership and virtual learning, both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Deanna K. Keuilian has been a practitioner in the field of education for over twenty years. She has extensive experience leading a variety of educational initiatives at the K-12 level and serves as an adjunct professor and dissertation committee member in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

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Dr. Thomas R. Harvey is professor emeritus in the organizational leadership doctoral program at the University of La Verne. He is the proud author of over thirteen books dealing with change, politics, decision making, and building teams.

Dr. Sharon M. Corkrum is a retired school district assistant superintendent. The first edition of this book evolved from her dissertation while at the University of La Verne.

Dr. Shari L. Fox spent forty years as a K-12 educator, serving as a teacher, site and district administrator, and superintendent. She continues to serve K-12 educators as an executive coach to site and district administrators and is currently an instructor in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

Dr. David C. Gustafson has spent the past two decades as a practitioner and leader in K-12 education at both the site and district levels. Dr. Gustafson continues to research, publish, and present on virtual leadership and virtual learning, both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Deanna K. Keuilian has been a practitioner in the field of education for over twenty years. She has extensive experience leading a variety of educational initiatives at the K-12 level and serves as an adjunct professor and dissertation committee member in the doctoral program at the University of La Verne.

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