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Generative Leadership: Shaping New Futures for Today's Schools

by Karl J. Klimek

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Examines the fundamental elements of generative leadership and provides tools and processes to catalyze organizational development and personal leadership growth. The authors identify four modalities of leadership : traditional, pragmatic, explorative, and generative--and outline six hallmarks that can develop an individual's generative capacity. Generative leaders view learning communities as complex, changing systems and are focused on: deepening their personal knowledge; engaging in personal reflection; promoting professional conversations; harnessing creativity and innovation; and leading their organizations toward a desired future.--From publisher description.… (more)

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