The demand for leadership which enhances school improvement requires attention to the development and implementation of innovative leadership models. For every child to achieve to their full potential and for educators to participate in meaningful professional learning requires leadership approaches engaging and supporting the school community in difficult change while challenging their daily habits, loyalties, and ways of thinking. The challenge is to implement adaptive shared leadership and strategies in contrast to the use of authority to initiate change. One such model, the Heifetz Model of Adaptive Leadership asks each stakeholder in the school community to face complex educational issues by learning new ways of engaging in shared leadership opportunities and recognizing leadership as an “activity” which mobilizes individuals to tackle these tough problems. AVAILABLE AT:
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