This edited volume highlights leadership from a social and relational perspective, with a particular emphasis on the innovative role that social networks play in systems change. The social systems engaged in this volume cut across a wide array of stakeholder groups, ranging from student learners, pre-service/in-service teachers, administrators, community leaders, and out to organizations and communities that reflect well beyond the education sector, showcasing diverse perspectives from multiple areas and international settings.Bringing together 33 distinguished scholars from Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Taiwan, the UK and the USA, this book builds on previous and ongoing research and practice , and also extends to cutting-edge issues and practices around the use of social networks in education across different contexts and settings with a core intent to provide a perspective on leadership and connect it with leadership practice that works at these settings for change. Moving away from conventional research approaches, a mixture of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods social network research are drawn into each chapter.In addition to the breadth of studies connecting innovative leadership research to practice in this volume, the contributors also explore a new area of social networks and leadership by examining online and virtual social behaviors and their connections to face to face networks. Ultimately, the selected chapters in this volume make the point that “leadership is social influence” through examining a variety of social systems through social relationships.
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