Metaphors of Leadership in Post-compulsory Education

By Jill Jameson.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Understanding metaphor usage can reveal hidden assumptions tacitly influencing educational leaders, enabling also culture change in organisations. This paper reports on a model investigating UK metaphors of post-compulsory educational leadership.

Keywords: Leadership, Post-Compulsory Education, Metaphor, Organisational Change

The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 8, pp.179-188. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.976MB).

Professor Jill Jameson

DR JILL JAMESON, DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, School of Education and Training, University of Greenwich, London. PhD, MA (King's, MA distinction) MA (Cantab.), PGCE (Nottingham), BA, PGSAPD (UCT). Extensive experience of senior leadership in education; lifelong learning, post-compulsory education; specialist knowledge in e-learning; Invited Member International Who’s Who of Professionals (2003 – to date), Biographee Marquis Who’s Who in the World (2005), Dictionary of International Biography (2006). PUBLICATIONS: Jameson, J. (2006) "Leadership in Post-Compulsory Education: Inspiring Leaders of the Future." London: David Fulton; Jameson, J. (2006) "The Essential FE Toolkit", series editorship for 24 guides, London: Continuum International. Jameson, J. and McNay, I. (2007) "The Ultimate Leadership and Management Handbook from The Essential FE Tookit Series", Series Ed. Jill Jameson, London: Continuum International Ltd. Jameson, J. and Hillier, Y. (2003) "Researching Post-Compulsory Education". London: Continuum International Ltd.


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