Leadership to Learning

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Published on July 27, 2014

Author: samuelwjohnston

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Leadership and its Influence on Learning: Leadership and its Influence on Learning Samuel Johnston Southern Utah University Leadership to Learning: Leadership to Learning I will discuss how leadership in education translates to student learning and how they are connected. I will define what leadership is particularly in education as well as identify the main components of what leadership should do in education. I will also bridge the gap between being the leader of a school or manager and leading the educational well being of the students you have been hired to help. Leadership to Learning: Leadership to Learning What is Leadership? In the book Reinventing You by Dorie Clark, Kevin Kruse defined Leadership as: “ . . . a process of social influence, which maximizes the efforts of others, towards the achievement of a goal” Leadership to Learning: Leadership to Learning Leadership is more than just a title. Administrators, Teachers, and Coaches are called on to inspire students to do their best and overcome obstacles. Three Basics: Three Basics Setting Directions Developing People Redesigning the Organization Setting Directions: Setting Directions Get everyone on the same page as to what is trying to be accomplished Make sure the expected or desired outcome is clearly defined and understood by all Developing People: Developing People Basically put, developing people is helping them to change in a way that they feel comfortable. Developing new skills -teachers can be resistant to change This takes time Field Activity Redesigning the Organization: Redesigning the Organization People need to see that change is necessary In order to new programs to be successfully implemented people need to believe in the program and leader. People need to believe that the change will help those it is intended to help Conclusion: Conclusion Developing Relationships is the Key

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