There’s no question of heroism in all this. It’s a matter of common decency. That’s an idea which may make some people smile, but the only means of fighting a plague is—common decency. —Albert Camus

2 responses to “test”

  1. WBHolmes says :

    In the study, I examined my role as the Commissioner of Education along with my senior team leading this effort. I followed the leadership choices we made and the ways in which the field responded, and I reflected on the connections between our choices and the ways in which we adjusted or “held steady” based on input (Heifetz & Linsky, 2002, p. 141). I considered the challenges we face as leaders and the dispositions we need to keep in mind when we tackle adaptive change (Heifetz, 1994). Through the study, I developed a model, Elementary Leadership, which I will use to guide my future leadership of large-scale change.
    Deborah Gist, from her dissertation abstract. She seems sure that she has a future in leadership and will perpetrate more large scale education change. Hmm.
    It all seems to work, Zack, thanks!

  2. Sheila Resseger says :

    Next step–check out Heifetz & Linsky (2002) and Heifetz (1994).
    Great work, Wendy! At least we have the abstract.

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