By Frederick A. Stokes
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Teacher leaders are, for example, expert teachers who contribute to school improvement through activities such as curriculum development, bid writing, coaching others and the like. 26 Although this type of FIND YOUR NICHE | 41 leadership is perfectly valid and valuable in its own right, we are going to focus on leadership and management development that goes beyond the scope of the classroom to take in the entire organization and its associated stakeholders. So, when you look out across the school landscape do you see gaps in provision?
That doesn’t mean, however, that you necessarily have a ‘bad’ attitude, it’s just that you need to evolve your patterns of thinking and behaviour in order to create the psychological capacity to take your professional practice and career to the next level. But this kind of preparation, this reprogramming, must be absolutely aligned with our core values. 15 Nor must such activity be imposed upon an individual by an organization, as management expert Peter Drucker points out: ‘To use psychology to control, dominate, and manipulate others is self-destructive abuse of knowledge.
You now need to see yourself and your school very differently. You are not a drone blindly following routine with concern only for your own patch, your own students and your own subjects. This is an important shift to make in your thinking and outlook because individuals who are only concerned with their WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT? 21 So, you want a say in wider school matters and are now concerned with the quality of provision in other areas. Are pupils getting a fair deal in subject x? Is learning and teaching at least satisfactory?