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A New Paradigm in Leadership - For Professional Development of Teachers

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This presentation was created as an assignment for the subject "Professional Development of Teachers". It discusses leadership and its importance for teachers. The traditional methods of leadership and its issues, a new paradigm in leadership known as network leadership. Person centered education and its implications.

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A New Paradigm in Leadership - For Professional Development of Teachers

  1. 1. A New Paradigm in Leadership
  2. 2. HELLO! I am Syed Ali Roshan. M.A. EPM – 2nd Semester – Evening Roll no: 11503 Professional Development of Teachers 2
  3. 3. Table of Contents 1. Introduction  Concept  Leadership  Paradigms 2. Traditional Methods  Problems  Need for change 3. A New Paradigm  Network Leadership  Challenges for Higher Education  Educational Motives 3 4. Person Centered Education  Capacity for Development  Active Learning  Life Centered Knowledge  Integration  Individuality 5. Conclusion  Understanding the importance of change  Practices for the Future
  4. 4. 1. Introduction What is leadership and why are paradigms important?
  5. 5. “The movement of rapid change in global higher education is already underway and it is unstoppable.” 5
  6. 6. Leadership ❑ Motivating a group of people to act in achieving a mutual goal ❑ Leading by example ❑ Empowering more people to create more leaders ❑ What else??? 6
  7. 7. Paradigms ❑ A system of beliefs, ideas, values, and habits that is a way of thinking about the real world. ❑ What is my paradigm? ❑ Paradigm Shifts ❑ Importance ❑ Cell phone activity 7
  8. 8. 2. Traditional Methods What are traditional methods and their issues? 8
  9. 9. Management vs Leadership 9
  10. 10. 10 80% Agree Percentage of leaders who believe the number of people involved in their day-to-day work has increased in the past 3 years
  11. 11. 11 Increase in Diversity of Job Responsibilities 0% 45% 90% Percentage of leaders who agree Increase in Number of Job Responsibilities 80% 85%
  12. 12. 12 Leaders have 75% more direct reports today than 6 years ago 4 7 2008 2014 n = 10,516 (2008); 717 (2014). Source: CEB 2008 Talent Management Effectiveness Survey; Median number of direct reports per leader
  13. 13. 13 Transformational Leadership • This role involves setting direction and inspiring others to foster change and focuses on shaping organization’s mission, strategy and culture. Transactional Leadership • This role calls for organizing and directing employees to ensure efficient strategy execution and focuses on the leader’s relationship with his / her chain of command
  14. 14. Need for Change? Current system is failing miserably due to: • Poor planning and financial distribution in education • Lack of interest from stakeholders • Increase in work dimensions and responsibilities • One job at a time strategy • Lack of delegation of work 14
  15. 15. 3. A NEW PARADIGM 15
  16. 16. Network Leadership  Establishing strong network performance  More about influence than control  More indirect than direct  Requires leaders to create work environment based on:  Autonomy  Empowerment  Trust  Sharing of ideas  Collaboration 16
  17. 17. Activity – The Minefield ❑ Divide in two groups ❑ Only words to be used: ❏ Left – Transactional Leadership ❏ Right – Transformational Leadership ❏ Forward – Network Leadership 17
  18. 18. Rapid & Continuous Changes in Education  Difficult to adapt  Limited access to resources  Limited influence Challenge to Higher Education Increasing Number of Areas of Expertise  New emergences in education  Lack of specilists 18
  19. 19. Education Motives Need for Specialized Knowledge • Vast fields of study • Countinious development • Promotion of research Politcal, Economic and Social Success • Improved benefits • Improved sense self-actualization • Governmental approach Capacity for Greater Achievement • Desire to self- improve • Increased productivity • All round approach 19
  20. 20. 4. Person Centered Education Each individual brings a different mindset to the team. Each mindset brings new ideas.
  21. 21. Key Areas  Development of capacities  Active Learning  Life Centered Knowledge  Integration  Individuality 21
  22. 22. Development Capacity ❑ Shift in objective and emphasis ❑ Transfer/Transplantation of information ❑ Understanding of development within self ❏ Inquire ❏ Search ❏ Learn 22
  23. 23. Active Learning ❑ We learn most by sharing our knowledge ❑ Understanding the importance of the communication process 23
  24. 24. Life –Centered Knowledge ❑ Shift from narrow special knowledge specified areas to a more inclusive knowledge: ❏ Purpose of human life ❏ Social skills ❏ Psychological attitudes ❏ Need for adjustment ❏ Importance of achievement ❏ Values to promote cooperation and harmony 24
  25. 25. Integration ❑ From Clarification and Analysis to Synthesis and Integration ❑ From studying the parts to discovering the interrelationships and interdependences between them ❑ From contrasting apparent opposites to reconciling contradictions 25
  26. 26. Individuality ❑ Relate and integrate education ❑ Keeping in mind the real needs of society ❑ Impart each person’s capacity for wider: ❏ Adaptation ❏ Initiative ❏ Self-reliance ❏ Leadership ❏ Cooperation ❏ And more 26
  27. 27. Conclusion New Paradigms aren’t created in a day Old paradigms don’t actually go away forever New paradigms build themselves on the old paradigms 27
  28. 28. “There is also a pressing need to move beyond existing concepts and models to conceive and implement a system more capable of tapping the rich human potential that remains largely undeveloped and neglected by the existing system.” 28
  29. 29. 29 THANKS! Any questions?
  30. 30. CREDITS Special thanks to all the people who made and released these awesome resources for free: ❑ Garry Jacobs…Towards a new paradigm in education…2017 ❑ Micheal Lee…The New Work Enviornment…2019 30

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