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On Becoming a Transformational Leader: What is and What not?
Transcript of On Becoming a Transformational Leader: What is and What not?
Bass' Transformational Leadership Theory
- garner trust, respect, and admiration from their followers
- generally energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate
- focused on helping every member of the group succeed as well
Four components of transformational leadership
Helping teachers solve problem more effectively.
Fostering teacher development.
The idea was first developed
James McGregor Burns in 1978.
to him transformational leadership can be seen when
leaders and followers make each other to advance to a higher level of moral and motivation"
Four Components of Transformatioal Leadership
-encourage creativity among followers
-explore new ways of doing things and new opportunities to learn
-support and encouragement to individual followers
later researcher Bernard M. Bass expanded upon Burns' original ideas
transformational leadership for him
based on the impact that it has on followers
Instructional and Transactional
-leaders have a clear vision that they are able to articulate to followers
-leaders serves as a role model for followers
-emulate leaders' ideals
Three Goals of Transformational Leadership
Helping staff develop and maintain a collaborative, professional school culture.
the leader is supposed to know the best form of instruction and closely monitors teachers' and students' work
called as "bartering"
-exchange of services for various kinds of rewards that the leader controls, at least in part
1. visit each classroom everyday; assist in classrooms; encourage teachers to visit one another's classes
2. Involve the whole staff in deliberating on school goals, beliefs and visions
3. Let teacher's examine new ideas. Propose questions for people to think about.
4. give everyone responsibilities and involve staff in governance functions, for those not participating,ask them to be in charge of a committee
5. Find the good things that are happening and publicly recognize the work of staff and students
5. Survey the staff about their wants and needs. Be receptive to teacher's attitudes & philosophies.
transformational leadership has a very strong link with transformative education, it aims to transform student as lifelong learners who are functionally literate capable of undoing misconceptions