How do you create an environment that inspires and motivates teachers and other types of employees to do their jobs? If you know the answer to that question, you may not need to read this book. If you already know the key ingredients of leading people in work environments, you may not want to read this book. If you are not interested in creating a work environment that fosters respect, collaboration, ownership, increased productivity, and quality products, do not read this book. If, on the other hand, you want a school, a district, or other work environment that does those things, and learn leadership concepts passed down from a person who survived the Great Depression and four years of service in World War II, you may want to read this book.