1.1. Leadership, Administration, management and supervision defined
1.2. Ways of conceptualizing leadership
1.3. Leadership powers.
2. Trait approach
3. Skills approach
4. Behavioral approach
5. Situational approach
6. Path–goal theory: implications and criticism
7. Leader–member exchange theory: implications and criticism>
8. Transformational leadership: implications and criticism
9. Authentic leadership: implications and criticism
10. Servant leadership: Model, implications and criticism
11. J.C Maxwell Leadership theory
12. Culture and leadership
13. Leadership Ethics
14. Paradigm, paradigm shift, paradigm paralysis and Change (Need, significance and scope)
15 Elements of change, Resistance to change
16 Globalization and Change
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This course is specifically designed to develop leadership qualities in post graduate students for leading educational reforms, policies and practices so that students can carve out their own ways to meet challenges of 21st century educational needs and demands. The course incorporates leadership theories and models for making educational change. It encompasses the trends and challenges of managing change in learning organizations.
Course Learning Outcomes
After studying the course, the students can:
1. Differentiate between the concept of leadership, administration, management and supervision
2. Analyze concepts, theories and models of educational leadership and management
3. Evaluate different theories and come up to the best approach
4. Apply key theories of leadership to their own working environment
5. Explore ways in which educational management and leadership can contribute to improving quality of teaching and learning process
Book Title : "Educational Administration: The Roles of Leadership and Management"
Author : Tony Bush Theodore Creighton Frederick Dembowski Celina Echols Thomas Glass
Edition : 1
Publisher : National Council of Professors of Educational Administration