Balanced Leadership®: What 30 Years of Research Tells Us about the Effect of Leadership on Student Achievement
Although this framework errs on the side of the analytical rather than the emotional, it’s still a useful read. Perhaps the most useful thing in it is the exploration of first order vs second order change, and how two different people can view the same change as being consistent with the prevailing paradigm or a departure from it. Each person has their own needs, and we, as leaders need to adjust to them.
“Leadership matters. A significant, positive correlation exists between effective school leadership and student achievement.”