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Best Selling Book “Principal Pro” Is Now Free on Amazon for 5 Days (until 03/20/2015)

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Kristina MacBury’s new book, “Principal Pro: An Authentic Leadership Playbook for Managing Crisis, Building Teams, and Maximizing Resources” will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store on March 16th.
Principal Pro is not your typical book on leadership. It is a collection of real life case studies from the author’s administrative tenure in urban education. MacBury’s actual experiences are essential in helping the readers learn and understand what it takes to become a leader. She outlines specific principals to help readers take on a leadership role in their field, especially when it comes to schools and education.
MacBury deliberately and strategically selects events to share using the power of real storytelling (interjected with appropriate humor) to illustrate likely scenarios most programs do not prepare today’s leaders to face. The Principal Pro also provides tips after each case study (event) to pull out lessons learned and tips for the seasoned and neophyte administrators alike to consider and learn from 20/20 hindsight.
“Principal Pro” by Kristina MacBury will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (03/16/2015 – 03/20/2015) at:

“Principal Pro”
has a 4.9 star rating on Here’s what some people are saying:

“I like reading books on leadership because you never know where you are going to find a nugget of wisdom or one thing that you keep thinking of and can use as an example when you are making a presentation, advocating a position, or just talking to a friend. This book has many leadership principles, but I think the most valuable part of it are the author’s life experiences and the case studies. The examples given here are from a school administrator perspective, but are applicable to other vocations as well. It’s pretty exciting to read about a school engaging in lockdown, and the author shows how their experiences can translate into leadership in a typical office environment.” – Chris Flec

“Most books about leadership contain the same information. I probably read about 3-4 and all of them more or less have the same foundation. This book, though built on the same principles, has a different view of things that I personally like. Maybe it’s the author’s way of writing the book that feels easy and inviting. Points were explained very well and her views are almost the same as mine. I highly recommend you give this book a shot.” – Brandon Jones
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About The Author:
Kris began her career in education eighteen years ago when she served as a Biology teacher in the School District of Philadelphia’s, Martin Luther King High School. Seven years later, under a major re-organization, she was asked to take on the leadership role of 9th Grade House Principal. Under her leadership, the school experienced dramatic increases in student promotion to grade 10, decreases in student drop-outs as well as student incident rates. Kris’ ability to build a strong team and followership was recognized by district leadership and community organizations. As such, the School District of Philadelphia, partnering with an external management organization, asked Kris to step-in and become MLKing’s youngest female principal to run an urban high school in Philadelphia. 

Kris is a graduate of St. Francis University where she was a Pre-Med major and earned her degree in Secondary Education. In 2006, Kris was recognized by St. Francis University as a “Distinguished Young Alumna of the Year” for her work in Urban Education Reform. Kris earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from Cheyney University.


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