Leadership! Books have been written about it, yet we still seem to want more accounts of it. In large part, the desire for ever more examples and models of leadership derives, I think, from the fact that leadership occurs in context, and particular contexts seem to call for particular kinds of leadership qualities. In this brief paper, I will discuss leadership for school improvement and two core principles that can help explicate it: power and insight.
"Leadership, A Question of Power and Vision,"
International Journal of Leadership and Change:
1, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijlc/vol1/iss1/6