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Creative Leadership

  1. Creative Leadership Creativity in Decision Making Dr. Amin Senin Bahagian Pengurusan Sekolah Harian Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia
  2. Leadership?
  3. R ESEARCH Successful School Leadership What It Is and How It Influences Pupil Learning Kenneth Leithwood, Christopher Day, Pam Sammons, Alma Harris and David Hopkins Our generic definition of leadership – not just effective leadership – is very simple, then; it is about direction and influence. Stability is the goal of what is often called “management.” Improvement is the goal of leadership. Research Report RR800
  4. “Unsuccessful leaders often display stereotypical fallacies in their thinking.” Sternberg (2002)
  5. Unrealistic optimism fallacy Egocentrism fallacy Omniscience fallacy Omnipotence fallacy Invulnerability fallacy
  6. “The first, unrealistic optimism fallacy, occurs when leaders think they are so smart and effective that they can do whatever they please.”
  7. “The second, egocentrism fallacy describes successful leaders who think that only they matter, not the people who rely on them.”
  8. “The third, omniscience fallacy, occurs when leaders think they know everything, and lose sight of their own limitations.”
  9. “The fourth, omnipotence fallacy, portrays leaders who think they are all-powerful and can do whatever they want.”
  10. “The fifth, invulnerability fallacy, happens when leaders think they can get away with anything, consider themselves too clever to be caught, and even if caught, figure they can get away with it because of who they imagine themselves to be.”
  11. Ingredients of successful educational leadership Sternberg (2004)
  12. Intelligence Creativity Wisdom
  13. Intelligence “Academic intelligence refers to the coalescence of memory and analytical abilities to constitute the conventional notion of intelligence-the abilities needed to recall and recognize, and analyze, evaluate, and judge information.”
  14. Intelligence “Practical intelligence is the ability to solve everyday problems by utilizing knowledge gained from experience to purposefully change oneself to suit the environment (adaptation), change the environment to suit oneself (shaping), or find a new environment in which to work (selection).”
  15. Creativity “Creativity refers to skill in generating ideas and products that are relatively novel, high in quality, and appropriate to the task at hand. Because creativity generates ideas that others will follow, it is an important component for leadership.”
  16. Wisdom “An individual is wise to the extent he or she uses successful intelligence and experience, moderated by values, to (a) seek to reach a common good; (b) balance intrapersonal (one's own), interpersonal (others'), and extrapersonal (organizational/institutional/ spiritual) interests over the short and long term; and (c) adapt to, shape, and select environments.”
  17. Leadership a catalyst for Creativity change a process that lead to change
  18. Flash of Genius
  19. “I have never been fond of distinguishing between leadership and management; they overlap and you need both qualities. But here is one difference that it makes sense to highlight; leadership is needed for problems that do not have easy answer. The big problems of the day are Michael Fullan complex, rife with paradoxes and dilemmas. For these problems there are no once- and-for-all answers.”
  20. Creativity in Decision Making
  21. Tunnel Vision
  22. . . .see a big picture redefine the problem
  23. Creativity in Decision Making with Value-Focused Thinking Keeney, Ralph L Sloan Management Review; Summer 1994; 35, 4; ABI/INFORM Global pg. 33 “Decision makers usually think of decision situations as problem to solve, not as opportunities to take advantage of.”
  24. Theories of Action Espoused Theory Theory in use Double Loop Learning
  25. Instrumen Kompetensi Pemimpin Sekolah Institut Aminuddin Baki Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia KOMPAS©
  26. "In some organizations that we studied there seemed to be an unspoken, but powerful belief that once a decision had been made to do something, no additional work was needed to make sure it was implemented."
  27. Terima Kasih
  28. THANK YOU What should you do? Dr. Amin Senin Bahagian Pengurusan Sekolah Harian Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia Tel : 03-88849310 Email : amin.senin@moe.gov.my Blog : http://alamin99.wordpress.com

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