Capacity Building Through Layered Leadership: Sustaining the Turnaround

  • Christopher Day
Part of the Studies in Educational Leadership book series (SIEL, volume 7)

Cultures do not change by mandate; they change by the specific replacements of existing norms, structures and processes by others; the process of cultural change depends fundamentally on modelling the new values and behaviour that you expect to displace the existing ones. Elmore, cited in Fullan, 2006:57a


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Christopher Day
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  1. 1.TLRC, School of EducationThe Dearing Building, The,University of Nottingham Jubilee CampusNottinghamUK

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