By looking at what attracts teachers to leadership roles, and how they use their power, this book examines innovative leadership in action. The authors look at the characteristics of innovative school leaders, and reflect on how these people work. An appetite for challenge, a desire for a sense of well-being for all those involved in the school and its development and an ability to flex their style of leadership all emerge as core factors in their success.
Topics covered include:
- the changing role of school leaders
- leading inclusive environments
- the power of innovative leadership
- identifying the challenges ahead
The perfect read for anyone wanting to make a difference to their school or setting, this book will show you how it is done.
Rona Tutt is Past President of the National Association of Headteachers, now working as an Educational Consultant.
Paul Williams is a very experienced Head Teacher, based in London, who has held a number of leadership roles.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 120
Weight: 520 g
Dimensions: 297 x 210 x 13 mm
-Russell Hobby , General Secretary , National Association of Head Teachers
'In a rapidly changing landscape there has never been a greater need for innovative leadership in our schools. So this is a timely book. It describes how the role and style of school leader is changing, and uses case studies and conversations to show the impact of innovative leadership'