Educational Leadership: Together Creating Ethical Learning Environments
The second edition of Educational Leadership: Together Creating Ethical Learning Environments is a groundbreaking work at the forefront of current research into the ethical challenges inherent to leadership. Patrick Duignan combines a new perspective of leadership as an influence relationship, with a collective ethic of responsibility. Educational Leadership draws together cutting-edge research, theory and best practice on learning, teaching and leadership to assist leaders and teachers to better understand contemporary educational challenges and respond to them wisely, creatively and effectively. This book is indispensable for all system and educational professionals engaged in policy-making, leadership development, leading learning in schools, and those in academe responsible for programs aimed at the improvement of learning, teaching and leadership.
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THE CHANGING AND CHALLENGING CONTEXT
KEY MACRO CHALLENGES FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERS
KEY MICRO CHALLENGES FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERS
AUTHENTIC LEADERS USE THE POWER OF PRESENCE
AUTHENTIC LEADERS HELP CREATE INNOVATING DEEP
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