Dr. Cletus R. Bulach is a retired Ohio school superintendent and associate professor emeritus at the University of West Georgia. He is the author of numerous articles in educational journals and is co-author of the two books: School Climate and Culture Vis-à-vis Student Learning: Keys to Collaborative Problem Solving and Responsibility. The second book is Enhancing A High Performing School Culture and Climate: New Insights for Improving Schools. The second book focuses on human relations problems that interfere with creating a positive school culture and climate: Poor interpersonal communications and inability to cope with conflict.

‘Conflict styles include: I win/You lose; I win/You Win; I lose/ you win.
‘You do not need to solve every conflict = avoidance style.’’
‘Listening is the most important part of telling.’
‘The more you meet their expectations, they more they will trust you.’


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