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Running head: LEADERSHIP1Leadership ProjectGregory C.J. PattonSoutheastern Oklahoma State UniversityAuthor NoteThis paper is being submitted on April 18, 2021, for Alan Bryant, Ed.D., EducationalAdministration EDAD 5303 Course.
LEADERSHIP2Leadership ProjectTo synchronize the climate for a school’s various types of authority and leadership roles,demanding utilized leaders to be assertive in decision-making in crucial situations that presentthemselves. “I firmly believe that for a school to run smoothly staff must completely investwithin the school and leadership”. Throughout the school system ability to have ever-changinggroups of leaders who dedicate their time to the school in a manner that shows heavily. I wasgranted the ability to confer with my fellow peers at work about what they feel defines leadershipthe best. To begin this frontier into leadership, we have taken the time to look back and putemphasis on divisions of labor. Beginning in the 1940s, Max Weber published his design of whattraditional bureaucracy should look like and included various components that would in duecourse, help school organizations run at a more efficient rate and higher caliber. For instance,Weber’s ideals incorporate divisions of labor which are fragmented in specializations amongsubjects and topics (Hoy & Miskel, 2008). Additionally, Weber believed that the school systemshould be run with the power of a hierarchy of authority which consists of rules and regulationsthat each group has to adhere to. Weber’s ideas for how the utilitarian system should look, as thechanging ways in the older era of teaching in school systems today. Levels of hierarchies within

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