Attitudes, values, and ethics

Effective leaders have a central belief system that is focussed on student learning and well-being. They set clear goals, and pursue them to ensure success for all.

New Zealand articles and resources

What ought I to do, all things considered? An approach to the exploration of ethical problems by teachers

by Alan Hall

This paper is an introduction to exploring ethical issues and problems within the educational context. It includes a brief theoretical framework regarding the importance of taking an ethical approach to solving difficult issues and two compelling case studies from New Zealand schools as examples.

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Formation of capable, influential, and authentic leaders for times of uncertainty

by Patrick Duignan

In this address, Patrick Duignan looks at the moral, ethical, and spiritual side of leadership. It includes case studies showing the realities principals face in making difficult decisions, and practical guidance for thinking through ethical issues that may arise.

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The wounded leader

by Richard Ackerman and Pat Maslin-Ostrowski

This article tells the stories of school leaders who have experienced a crisis event in their leadership practice that has profoundly changed their professional growth and development.

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