The Leadership Identity Journey

Having previously written about the importance of research traditions, the need for intra-disciplinary dialogue, and what is leadership,  it was with great pleasure that this week I was fortunate enough to receive a copy of The Leadership Identity Journey: An Artful Reflection (2014, Rowman & Littlefield) by Carol A. Mullen (Virginia Tech), Fenwick W. English (North Carolina) and William A. Kealy. I … Read moreThe Leadership Identity Journey

What is leadership?

The ELMA Theory Workshop last week was an outstanding success. The dialogue and debate around important issues for educational leadership was rigorous, but respectful of diversity. A question that arose following the discussion questioning ‘leadership’ was what exactly is it that we study when we claim to investigate leadership? This sounds confusing – and challenging. … Read moreWhat is leadership?

#ELMA2014 Day Two

The annual ELMA Theory Workshop wrapped up today with four papers and a commentary from Professors Colin Evers and Gabriele Lakomski. The theme for the event was Administrative theory without the ‘L’ word. Chris Branson‘s ‘What might ‘leading-ship’ look like‘ was the first paper of day. Generating plenty of discussion and dialogue, Branson described some … Read more#ELMA2014 Day Two

#ELMA2014

This week marks the flagship event for the ELMA research group with the annual ELMA Theory Workshop taking place at ACU North Sydney. Once again the workshop is over subscribed courtesy of the quality programme bringing together established and emerging scholars in educational leadership, management and administration from Australia and New Zealand. Taking up the … Read more#ELMA2014