Transformative leaders are leaders who seek to control situations by representing clear goals and visions with the involved group. Individuals involved in this type of leadership devote and lot of time and energy so that positive change can take place. According to Burns (1978), transformational leadership can be seen when “leaders and followers make each other to advance to a higher level of moral and motivation." With that being said, the challenges that this learner sees for the organization and current state of professional development are: co-worker commitment and perception to change, trust and power, and time and commitment.
Co worker’s commitment and perception to change
There are not still many people today who do not like nor do they accept change. It is very evident in the older teachers who are still teaching in the schools settings today. Organizations, schools, and workplaces have to make changes in order to keep up with the fast paced world that we are living in. When individuals resist change, it is not good for the organization, school, or workplace. In this learner’s school district, many changes take place, with some being good while others are bad. Many of the teachers complain about the changes that are made without any justifications. Strong leaders can help change the way people resist change simply by teaching them to change their attitudes from avoidance to acceptance.
After learning about transformation leaders, transformational leaders are needed in workplaces, organizations, and schools. Reasons being, it produces flexibility and innovation. Even though it is important to have leaders with visions, it is even more important to have leaders who can bring organizations into futures that have not been developed yet. Transformational leadership is simple being creative, sustaining and competitive. According to Kotter (2001), transformational leaders...