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- uestioning Leadership
- Gabriele Lakomski
- 19 May 2019
Gabriele Lakomski ´ 7 Read & download Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Gabriele Lakomski Free read uestioning Leadership And institutional interrelationships that determine how a school functions successfully It poses challenging uestions such asIs leadership really necessary for high uality school performanceCan schools function effectively without leadershipIs it possible to describe the work that principals do without using the word 'leadership'How do we challenge the assumption that leadership simply exists and that it is seen as the appropriate default explanation for school performanceThis book does not assume that leadership is the key to organisational performance although it acknowledges the work that principals do It goes against current orthodoxy and offers varied persp.
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Gabriele Lakomski ´ 7 Read & download Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Gabriele Lakomski Free read uestioning Leadership Uestioning Leadership offers a diverse mix of cutting edge research in the field of educational leadership with contributions from expert and emerging leadership scholars It contextualises school leadership within broader social and historical contexts and traces its influence on school performance through time from its relatively modest role within a systems theory paradigm to its growing influence from the 1980s onwards as exercising leadership came to be perceived as being largely responsible for improving educational outcomesThis book invites the reader to challenge the current orthodoxy of leader centrism and instead reflect broadly on the various structural.Free read uestioning Leadership
Gabriele Lakomski ´ 7 Read & download Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Gabriele Lakomski Free read uestioning Leadership Ectives on how leadership might be repositioned vis vis organisational and institutional structures It also suggests some new directions for leading and learning and throws open a discussion on leadership that for too long has been captured by the assumption that the leader is the cause of organisational performance and learning outcomes in schoolsAt a time when leadership's dominance seems unshakeable this is a bold book that should appeal to postgraduate students of educational leadership and management those undertaking training in educational administration and current school leaders interested in exploring the value of leadership for educational organisation.