Date of this Version
Journal of Women in Educational Leadership, Vol. 4, No. 2-April 2006 ISSN: 1541-6224
Readers familiar with Margaret Wheatley's 1992 best-seller, Leadership and the New Science, will discover that her most recent book, Finding Our Way (2005), initially offers similar food for thought, but it is delivered in a more practical, less theoretical manner. Midway through the book, Finding Our Way takes an unpredictable tum in the road, eventually taking readers through Wheatley's personal journey of frustration, fear and hopelessness, finally to resurface in a very different place. Wheatley's writing flows easily with compelling imagery and personal insights that are apt to attract a broad general audience.