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Amazing reviews for The OIQ Factor September 6, 2013

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in International education, New releases.

The OIQ Factor

William Powell and Ochan Kusuma-Powell’s new book The OIQ Factor: Raising Your School’s Organizational Intelligence has only been published for a couple of weeks but it is already making an impression in the school community.

Here are a few of the reviews we have received from educators in the last week or so:

“Bill and Ochan have triumphed with this book; they explore and explode some of the myths and faulty assumptions that surround and bedevil our profession while simultaneously offering us a way to look at what educational leadership now and in the future needs to and should, focus upon.” —Ian Morris, Head, International School of Havana

“I read it from cover to cover with great joy! I shared large sections of the text with our staff and felt that it brought so many ideas together that have been tremendously helpful. Thank the heavens for this work and the authors’ commitment to bringing this material to our attention in such accessible ways. Simply fabulous!” —Mary-Lyn Campbell, Head, International Community School of Zurich

“Whether you are an experienced head or are just starting your career in school administration, you will find chapter after chapter filled with profound analysis, astute advice and case studies that resonate. There is an old Maori saying: ‘He aha te mea nui? He tangata. He tangata. He tangata.’ It translates as: ‘What is the most important thing? It is people, it is people, it is people.’ Above all else, this is what Bill and Ochan’s book confirms about schools.” —David Toze, Head of School, International School of Manila

The OIQ Factor can be ordered via www.johncattbookshop.com



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