The purpose of a Leadership Audit is to get a clear picture of how you invest the precious minutes of each work day.  It resembles the beginning of a weight loss program, by stepping on the scales and looking in the mirror.  During the audit, you record descriptions of the things that get your attention on a normal day of work.  Why conduct an audit?  Because where you spend your time defines the condition of your leadership.  While you might be highly efficient in getting a lot of tasks completed, the real impact of your leadership is found in your daily influence on teaching and learning.
Typical Categories of Daily Leadership Practices
Safe & Orderly Environment
Fiscal Management
Instructional Leadership
Event Supervision 
Special Education & 504’s
Parents & Community
Facilities & Services
Methods of Recording an Audit
Daily Planner
Recording Device

Then, you are ready to conduct a Leadership Analysis
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