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However, since transformational leadership is informed by all of these various types ofleadership, it’s always a good idea for leaders to learn more about these other styles so as tooffer a deeper understanding of these forms so as to offer those in whose service they are thebest support and guidance possible.Strategic leadershipStrategic leadership is based on long-range planning. Through analysis, evaluation andmonitoring, strategic leaders assess current school performance and take the necessary steps toimprove future results. These leaders not only set the direction of the school by having anorganisational vision, they create frameworks, set up interventions, allocate resources andmaintain systems for reforms to take place.There are seven guiding principles of strategic leaders. Rather than focussing on day-to-dayissues, strategic leaders are future-orientated and prepare for an uncertain destiny. Theseleaders base their decisions on evidence and research. Drawing on data that demonstratesschool learning outcomes, strategic leaders will respond with the most suitable approachwhether that’s staff training, reviewing policies and procedures, or fostering a culture based onachievements. Innovation is at the heart of a strategic leader’s mission –they’re always lookingfor ways to improve the school environmentwhether that’s relationshipbuilding, embracingdiversity or creating partnerships with parents. Strategic leaders invest in partnerships acrossthe school community and use the power of collective thinking to build a values-based schoolwere transparency, ethics and accountability are the cornerstones of their leadership.Studies show that using strategy as a tool to manage an educational organisation is at the heartof developing successful schools in the long term. Aligning organisational structures,processes, culture and people behind a strategic focus is critical to this success.Q.4Describe the importance, scope and role of management.Definitions of Management1.According to George R. Terry, "Management is a distinct process consisting ofplanning, organising, actuating and controlling, performed to determine andaccomplish stated objectives by the use of human beings and other resources".
2.According to Henry Fayol, "To manage is to forecast and to plan, to organise,to command, to coordinate and to control".3.According to Peter Drucker, "Management is a multi-purpose organ thatmanages business and manages managers and manages workers and work".4.According to Hughes, "Management is the art of getting things done throughand with people in formally organized groups.5.According to Hopkins, "Management is the art of getting things done throughpeople".Importance of Management1.It helps in Achieving Group Goals -It arranges the factors of production, assemblesand organizes the resources, integrates the resources in effective manner to achievegoals. It directs group efforts towards achievement of pre-determined goals. By

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