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Shifting

1st Edition

How School Leaders Can Create a Culture of Change

Kirsten Richert; Jeffrey Ikler; Margaret Zacchei
eISBN-13: 9781544381367

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Establish a school change culture where desired outcomes are actually achieved


Change in schools is hard, but often essential. Internal and external factors require careful analysis before jumping into any change. Are you prepared to work with colleagues with confidence and clarity through such shifts?  


In Shifting, educators and leadership experts Jeff Ikler, Kirsten Richert, and Margaret Zacchei empower educational change leaders to proactively and coherently navigate complex change in schools to achieve the desired outcomes. Using a three-part framework—Assess, Ready, Change—this book leads educators to examine a school’s imperatives and readiness for change, identity the tools and abilities required to manifest change, and take action by defining the roles and processes necessary to effectively implement both sweeping change and smaller day-to-day adjustments. Change leaders learn to


·         Shift the emphasis in the change process from procedure to the people implementing change


·         Move from an environment of "command and control" to one of leaders creating other leaders


·         Reframe change as an essential shift in school culture rather than a series of episodic events


Rich with leadership insights, stories, podcasts, and hands-on activities, Shifting offers an integrated tapestry of wisdom and support for changemakers intent on meaningful collaboration in a positive, engaged workplace.  



ISBNs 9781544381398, 9781544381398, 9781544381367, 1544381360
Language English
Number of Pages 192
Edition 1st