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Distributed leadership March 26, 2008

Posted by Ed 831 Ken in Uncategorized.
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Chris Lehmann discussed how distributed leadership created an environment where staff owned the change.  This type of leadership is a vital for change to occur with a critical mass of staff involvement.  Without this critical mass, the change would be slow and may fizzle out.

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1. Angie Balkwill - March 29, 2008

Ken, I whole-heartedly agree with you. If change continues to be “top down” we will see more fizzle and less sizzle. In the classroom we want our students to take ownership of their learning, now it’s time for staff to take ownership of their leading.


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