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Developing Principled Educational Leaders

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Title: Developing Principled Educational Leaders


1
Developing Principled Educational Leaders
2
Elevator Speech
  • Developing Principled Educational Leaders for
    P-12 Schools is the mission of The Citadels
    Professional Education Unit.
  • Our goal is to develop leaders into
    knowledgeable, reflective, and ethical
    professionals committed to ensuring that all
    students succeed in a learner-centered
    environment.

3
What do we mean by a principled educational
leader?
4
  • Possessing the necessary knowledge and skills of
    an educational leader does not ensure that those
    skills and that knowledge will be used for
    principled or moral purposes.
  • (A surgeons skill can be used to kill as well as
    cure.)

5
As Michael Fullan suggests
  • Principled leadership has a spiritual dimension.
  • Principled behavior is connected to something
    greater than ourselves and relates to human and
    social development.

6
The leader as a heroic, solitary, rugged
individual who saves the day through larger than
life activities is NOT what we are about.
7
The Citadels principled educational leader is
the quiet leader who
  • Through careful, thoughtful, and practical
    efforts makes a difference in the lives of
    their students, in the places where they work,
    and in the larger community of which they are a
    part.

8
Quiet leadership is what moves and changes
the world.
9
The principled educational leader is the quiet
leader who
  • knows her inner spirit
  • acts carefully,
  • thoughtfully, and
  • persistently
  • to improve the educational environment.

10
This vision of the principled educational leader
resonates with what Jim Collins (Good to Great)
refers to as Level Five Leadership.
11
Level 5 leaders are
  • Often self effacing, quiet, reserved, even
    shy,
  • They are more like Lincoln or Socrates than
    Patton or Caesar.

12
At The Citadel, our goal is
  • To develop principled educational leaders who
    weave knowledge, reflection, and ethics together
    to create a powerful, learner-centered community.
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