Leadership for Learningreengineering 'mind sets'
This paper argues that for schools to be able to respond to fundamental changes in their environment a profound re-conceptualisation of leadership is necessary. Using Sergiovanni's notion of a mindscape, the article argues that the current formulations influencing the language of leadership are archaic and inappropriate. Drawing on a range of sources, alternative models are proposed using concepts such as intellectualism, artistry, moral confidence, etc. The article argues for a closer linkage between the language of leadership and the language of learning, in contrast to the vocabularies of management and the curriculum. The overarching theme of the article is that it is only through changing language that we can change conceptualisations and so behaviour.
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