After several years of bi weekly faculty meetings, I had had my fill of “School Leaders” dictating and telling us what needed to be done in order to meet state standards, raise test scores and improve student attendance. Each week we had a “new idea” tossed at us from above with the same fervor and enthusiasm that I shared with my students about writing. And, each week, my over loaded brain walked out of the faculty meeting criticizing the fact that I was being told what to do, but not why it was important that I did it. The constant back and forth, changing of opinions and ideas left me confused. Unclear. Frustrated.
"Leadership as Imagery: Creating Your Picture of the Future,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 20.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol7/iss4/20