GLOBAL

                        LEADERSHIP:

                 The
Networked
Leader

                         Why
being

  ...
•  Minimally
Invasive
EducaLon

   (MIE).

•  A
pedagogic
method
that
uses
the

   learning
environment
to
generate

   an...
Compare
and
contrast…





www.
hAp://thinkglobalschool.org/

Focusing
on
the
future
sets
leaders
apart


The
capacity
to
imagine

 and
arLculate
exciLng

 future
possibiliLes
is
a

 d...
LEADERSHIP
GROWTH
AREAS

  •  Leads
Self

  •  Leads
Others

  •  Leads
the
Organisa.on


The
Leadership
Capability
Framew...
Who
is
the
most
networked
leader
you
know?

InnovaLon

     Culture
&
Change

     –  Risk

     –  AssumpLons

     –  Sustainable
change
–
abandonment

     –  Bui...
Builds
Partnerships
&
Networks

               Community

               –  Partnerships
&
alliances

               –  O...
hAp://www.waimairi.school.nz/


A
disconnected

    and
disengaged

    workforce

    operaLng
in
a

    rapidly
changing

    and
disconnected

    wor...
hAps://portal.educaLon.tas.gov.au/schools/THS/
          Home/Pages/Default.aspx

David
HamleA
‐
Taroona
High
School
Hobart,
Tasmania


                            Local
and
global

                      ...
There
is
nothing
that
says
we
can’t
do
things
with

technology
as
long
as
we
accept
the
risk.
So
in

that
sense
a
risk
adv...

It’s
not
teachers

 that
drive
that

 global

 connectedness
its

 kids
because
they

 are
already

 globally
connected

...

It
starts
in
a
local

         community,
a
bit
like

         a
virus,
it
starts

         locally,
spreads

         ar...
Another
possibility
of
course,
is
that
educators
will
exert

another
kind
of
leadership,
a
leadership
that
connects
the

w...

AdapLve

 leadership
is
the

 pracLce
of

 mobilising
people

 to
tackle
tough

 challenges
and

 thrive.


  Heifetz,
Gr...
QualiLes
of
an
AdapLve
OrganisaLon


              • Name
the
Elephant
in
the

              room

              • Share
r...
Heterarchy
&
Wirearchy





                  hAp://www.wirearchy.com/

hAp://weareroom1.wikispaces.com/




Clarence
Fisher,
blogger
and
classroom
teacher,
suggests
a
model
of
“teacher
as
netwo...
hAp://www.globalcommuniLesnz.com/index.html

www.schoolofeverything.com


hAp://www.geLdeas.org/

www.alpineleadership.com

L
   Opportuni8es
to
develop
as
a
networked
leader
over
the
next
10
weeks


9
   Best
imaginable
outcome:

     CollaboraL...
L
   Opportuni8es
to
improve
cluster
collabora8on
over
the
next
term


9
   Best
imaginable
outcome

     OpportuniLes
to
...

ConnecLon
by
technology
without

 trust
is
merely
traffic.
Trusted

 connecLon
without
technology
is
an

 opportunity
lost....

Leadership
is
an
influencing
relaLonship





  Two
recommended
books….

Visit
hAp://www.acelleadership.org.au/
to
explore
the
framework
in
more
depth

www.thinkbeyond.co.nz


www.alpineleadership.com


c.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nz

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Global Leadership: Why being networked matters

  1. 1. GLOBAL
 LEADERSHIP:
 The
Networked
Leader
 Why
being
 networked

 maAers
 Dr
Cheryl
Doig
2010

  2. 2. •  Minimally
Invasive
EducaLon
 (MIE).
 •  A
pedagogic
method
that
uses
the
 learning
environment
to
generate
 an
adequate
level
of
moLvaLon
to
 induce
learning
in
groups
of
 children,
with
minimal,
or
no,
 intervenLon
by
a
teacher.
 hAp://www.hole‐in‐the‐wall.com/MIE.html
 hAp://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/sugata_mitra_the_child_driven_educaLon.html

  3. 3. Compare
and
contrast…
 www.
hAp://thinkglobalschool.org/

  4. 4. Focusing
on
the
future
sets
leaders
apart
 
The
capacity
to
imagine
 and
arLculate
exciLng
 future
possibiliLes
is
a
 defining
competence
of
 leaders.
You
have
to
take
 the
long‐term
 perspecLve.
Gain
insight
 from
reviewing
your
past
 and
develop
outsight
by
 Kouzes
&
Posner
(2010:xxii)
The
 looking
around.
 Truth
about
Leadership

  5. 5. LEADERSHIP
GROWTH
AREAS
 •  Leads
Self
 •  Leads
Others
 •  Leads
the
Organisa.on
 The
Leadership
Capability
Framework
is
supported
by
a
concept‐ based
Learning
Maps
that
provides
a
shared
language
about
 leadership.
The
Framework
and
Learning
Maps
are
designed
to
be
 customised.
 hAp://www.acelleadership.org.au/learning‐resources

  6. 6. Who
is
the
most
networked
leader
you
know?

  7. 7. InnovaLon
   Culture
&
Change
 –  Risk
 –  AssumpLons
 –  Sustainable
change
–
abandonment
 –  Building
collecLve
capabiliLes
   Entrepreneurship
 –  Enterprise
 –  Flexibility
–
adapLve
systems
 –  Divergent
thinking
 –  PossibiliLes…

  8. 8. Builds
Partnerships
&
Networks
   Community
 –  Partnerships
&
alliances
 –  Offers
assistance
to
others
   Connec8vity
 –  Ripple
effect
–
unintended
consequences
 –  Data
 –  Connect
to
people
and
contexts
 Also
poli2cal
and
advocacy/influence

  9. 9. hAp://www.waimairi.school.nz/

  10. 10. 
A
disconnected
 and
disengaged
 workforce
 operaLng
in
a
 rapidly
changing
 and
disconnected
 work
environment
 means
lost
 producLvity
 hAp://www.slideshare.net/marknadsstod/enterprise‐20‐efficient‐collaboraLon‐and‐ knowledge‐exchange‐slideshare

  11. 11. hAps://portal.educaLon.tas.gov.au/schools/THS/ Home/Pages/Default.aspx

  12. 12. David
HamleA
‐
Taroona
High
School
Hobart,
Tasmania
 Local
and
global
 community
 (within
and
beyond
 educaLon)
 Listening
to
students
 AdapLve
leadership

  13. 13. There
is
nothing
that
says
we
can’t
do
things
with
 technology
as
long
as
we
accept
the
risk.
So
in
 that
sense
a
risk
adversive
school
will
not
do
any
 of
this
sort
of
stuff
because
of
all
the
 misconcepLons
that
are
in
the
news
and
media
 about
no
connecLng
kids
to
people
you
don’t
 know.
As
long
as
you
understand
the
risk
and
you
 mediate
it
and
you
teach
kids
about
the
risks
 then
I
think
you
can
manage
it.
So
it’s
not
about
 saying
it
doesn’t
exist,
it’s
about

recognising
it
 exists
and
then
building
some
risk
protecLve
 behaviours
or
management
around
that.


  14. 14. 
It’s
not
teachers
 that
drive
that
 global
 connectedness
its
 kids
because
they
 are
already
 globally
connected
 in
lots
of
ways…
 What
we
have
to
 understand
as
 teachers
is
how
we
 can
best
 advantage
that.


  15. 15. 
It
starts
in
a
local
 community,
a
bit
like
 a
virus,
it
starts
 locally,
spreads
 around
your
 community…..

 TransiLonal
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
‐ 
TransformaLonal

  16. 16. Another
possibility
of
course,
is
that
educators
will
exert
 another
kind
of
leadership,
a
leadership
that
connects
the
 world
of
teaching
and
learning
with
the
life
world
of
 community. 
 
 
 
 
 
‐
Robert
StarraD
 •  How
do
these
 leaders
innovate?
 •  What
evidence
is
 there
of
 partnerships
and
 networks
 developing?

  17. 17. 
AdapLve
 leadership
is
the
 pracLce
of
 mobilising
people
 to
tackle
tough
 challenges
and
 thrive.
 Heifetz,
Grashow
&
Linsky,
2009
 www.thinkbeyond.co.nz

  18. 18. QualiLes
of
an
AdapLve
OrganisaLon
 • Name
the
Elephant
in
the
 room
 • Share
responsibility
for
the
 for
the
organisaLon’s
future
 • Value
Independent
 Judgment
 • Build
leadership
capacity
 • InsLtuLonalise
reflecLon
 and
conLnuous
learning

  19. 19. Heterarchy
&
Wirearchy
 hAp://www.wirearchy.com/

  20. 20. hAp://weareroom1.wikispaces.com/
 Clarence
Fisher,
blogger
and
classroom
teacher,
suggests
a
model
of
“teacher
as
network
 administrator”112:
Just
as
our
mind
is
a
conLnuously
evolving
set
of
connecLons
between
 concepts,
so
our
students
and
their
learning
can
become
placed
at
the
centre
of
a
personal
 learning
network
which
they
construct
with
our
help.
Helping
students
to
gain
the
skills
 they
require
to
construct
these
networks
for
learning,
evaluaLng
their
effecLveness,
and
 working
within
a
fluid
structure
is
a
massive
change
in
how
the
dynamics
of
classrooms
are
 usually
structured.

  21. 21. hAp://www.globalcommuniLesnz.com/index.html

  22. 22. www.schoolofeverything.com


  23. 23. hAp://www.geLdeas.org/

  24. 24. www.alpineleadership.com

  25. 25. L
 Opportuni8es
to
develop
as
a
networked
leader
over
the
next
10
weeks
 9
 Best
imaginable
outcome:
 CollaboraLng
on
a
regular
basis
over
important
maAers
of
school
development
using
a
 variety
of
media
like
video
conferencing.
Sharing
individual
school
PD
sessions
‐
 opening
to
other
cluster
parLcipants.
Teams
across
schools
meeLng
for
shared
 meeLngs.

Inquiry
groups
formed
across
schools
 8
 To
share
data
across
schools
for
moderaLon
and
trends
 7
 Regular
on‐line
collaboraLon
‐
google
docs,
blog
etc.
 6
 Visit
other
school
with
clear
intenLons.

Use
others
as
support
and
resources/ideas.
 Across
school
team
learning
walks.
 5
 Use
inquirer/advocacy
to
gain
deeper
understanding
and
clarity
of
shared
ideas
 4
 DP/AP
termly
meeLngs
building
on
senior
management
meeLng
 3
 To
establish
shared
and
agreed
upon
protocols.
Debrief
as
a
team
arer
each
meeLng.

 What
is
it
that
we
can
acLon
or
should
discuss?
 2
 AcLvely
parLcipate
in
meeLngs,
sharing
ideas
and
thoughts/discussion
 1
 Minimum
expectaLon:
In
the
next
term
each
member
of
our
leadership
cluster
will
 make
at
least
one
contribuLon
to
discussion.
 Idea
used
with
permission
Dan.buckley@camb‐ed.com

  26. 26. L
 Opportuni8es
to
improve
cluster
collabora8on
over
the
next
term
 9
 Best
imaginable
outcome
 OpportuniLes
to
improve
cluster
collaboraLon
over
the
next
term
 8
 7
 6
 5
 4
 3
 2
 1
 Minimum
expectaLon:
In
the
next
10
weeks
teachers
will
connect
with
a
 teacher
from
a
different
year
level
or
subject
level
 Idea
used
with
permission
Dan.buckley@camb‐ed.com

  27. 27. 
ConnecLon
by
technology
without
 trust
is
merely
traffic.
Trusted
 connecLon
without
technology
is
an
 opportunity
lost.
To
survive
as
a
 species
we
need
both,
but
not
at
the
 expense
of
the
other.
 Karen
Stephenson,
NetForm,
Inc.
2009

  28. 28. 
Leadership
is
an
influencing
relaLonship
 Two
recommended
books….

  29. 29. Visit
hAp://www.acelleadership.org.au/
to
explore
the
framework
in
more
depth

  30. 30. www.thinkbeyond.co.nz
 www.alpineleadership.com
 c.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nz

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