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Motion Leadership in Action

Motion Leadership in Action
More Skinny on Becoming Change Savvy

  • Michael Fullan - Michael Fullan Enterprises Inc., Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Canada

November 2012 | 136 pages | Corwin
Simplify your approach to change and move educators to action!

Do your attempts at education reform seem to stall? In this indispensable sequel to the bestseller Motion Leadership, Michael Fullan shares the strategies, experience, and results of educators who have put motion leadership into practice. This book weaves time-tested theory with new stories of successful educational change from the US and around the world. Focusing on maintaining momentum in your change process, Fullan addresses:

Creating and leading movement in the right direction

Implementing a "ready-fire-aim" mindset

Emphasizing the importance of collaboration

Establishing relationships while handling resistance

About the Author
1. Not-So-Skinny Change Problems
2. The Skinny at Work
3. The Skinny Leader's Guide to Action
4. What's Next?

"Great new insights from Michael Fullan's latest thinking on how to handle an education system. It is rich in its case studies and crucially pays the necessary attention to implementation as well as strategy."

Sir Michael Barber, Author of Deliverology 101
Chief Education Adviser, Pearson

Haven't yet had a chance to go through it.

Dr Michelle McAnuff-Gumbs
Literacy and Special Education, The College of Saint Rose
April 6, 2014
Key features

Provides the essence- the skinny- of how school and system leaders can change their environments in positive ways

Offers specific examples and cases of places that have successfully reformed schools and systems and are sustaining that change

Cases and examples are global from the US and Canada to the UK, Finland and Singapore


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Sample Materials & Chapters


Chapter 1: Not-So-Skinny Change Problems

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