Globally-minded leadership: a new approach for leading schools in diverse democracies
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Citation (published version)Ariel Tichnor-Wagner. "Globally-Minded Leadership: A New Approach for Leading Schools in Diverse Democracies." International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership, Volume 15, Issue 2, https://doi.org/10.22230/ijepl.2019v15n2a869
Global migration, global markets, and technological advances have connected the world at an unprecedented scale and have diversified the communities with which people engage and the schools in which educators teach. This study explores the school leadership attributes that facilitate the learning of critical competencies needed to thrive in a diverse, interconnected world. Using agrounded theory approach to analyze in-depth interviews with eleven practicing school principals, ten globally minded leadership practices emerged from the data. These fell under the constructs of setting the direction, developing people, redesigning the organization, and situating glocally. Findings hold implications for how educational leadership programs and professional development providers can utilize this emerging framework to cultivate globally minded leaders.
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