HOW LEADERSHIP EMERGED AS AN ISSUE FOR SCHOOLS – AND SOME REFLECTIONS ON SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TODAY
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This paper complements the article elsewhere in the journal by Mick Waters. It traces the origins of the present focus within the UK on school leadership, outlines the importance of applying well-judged approaches to Appreciative Inquiry, Problem Solving and Ensuring Compliance to leadership practices in establishing organisational cultures and managing complex change and briefly suggests a re-setting of schooling purposes and aims for a new age in schooling better adjusted to our citizens’ present and future needs.
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