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Clarence Callaway Sr. of Covington recently published his first book, "21st Century Leadership: Now What? Even Strong Leaders Struggle." Callaway, who holds over 30 years of experience in K-12 education, shares his thoughts pertaining to the challenges leaders face daily while maintaining their roles as principals and managers.
The book includes chapters on overcoming fears and establishing oneself as a leader; managing the business of education and building relationships within the business; a leader's perspective -- personal versus professional, and intimidation versus talent; and team building and being a role model.
Callaway served DeKalb County schools for 38 years in the roles of teacher, principal and system administrator. He also worked as the director of the Drop-out Prevention program for the DeKalb Work Force.
He holds a bachelor's degree in health and physical education from Auburn University and a specialist's degree in administration and supervision and leadership from Georgia State University.
Callaway recently became a certified trainer for the Centers for Teacher Effectiveness at Time to Teach and Parental Empowerment by the A.J. Novick Group. He now serves as a mentor to young leaders, speaker to leadership classes and facilitator of parental empowerment classes. He may contacted at 770-778-2472 or firstname.lastname@example.org.