Joan of Arc was a visionary leader. Her example of commitment to doing what she knew to be right (and the suffering that entailed) has become a corollary for courageous leadership. I would like to propose a somewhat differing view of the contemporary leader. Being brave, committed, and visionary are all good virtues – maybe even essential – but they are not enough.
The world around us – and our work as educators – is too complex and multi-faceted to approach unilaterally. All people have ideas about what they would like to see in the world; each of us, in our own right, is a visionary. Educational leadership needs to do better than that; it needs to be inclusionary by design.
#LeadershipDay14 asks us to share our thoughts on effective digital leadership – the digital realm is, after all, just as important a landscape in 21st Century education as a classroom…
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