Date of this Version
Journal of Women in Educational Leadership, Vol. 4, No.1-January 2006 ISSN: 1541-6224
I prided myself as being one who embraced change. I often became disgusted with my fellow teachers when they dragged their feet and resisted district initiatives. I also believed in setting goals and then managing the tasks that allows one to reach the goals. I thought it was merely a matter of purposeful planning, effort, and time that allowed one to meet goals. However, through a chain of events and life's hard knocks, I discovered that the goal premise did not necessarily work.