Leading Organizational Change: Wrap Up

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In Leading Organizational Change, I felt a wide variety of emotions. Starting out the course, I felt overwhelmed and unable to complete the goal that I had set out for myself. I had no idea how I was going to actually create this fundamental change even within my small school. I felt like I had started with a reasonable goal, but they always become much bigger than you think don’t they? Through the support of my core group members and the research I have done in this course, I began to feel like I actually had somewhere to go. I learned different ways of implementing change and began to have more of a clear path on how to go about leading change. I felt inspired and empowered to create change within my organization. This course was one of my most challenging yet. Maybe that was due to the fact I had never reflected on the things we were asked to reflect on this semester. Maybe that was due to the fact it was a crazy semester in my other school as well. Maybe it is due to the fact that the challenge is part of the journey. Whatever it was it definitely took me by surprise. The ADL program gives to you what you put into it. That has never been so clear. The longer I am in this program the more I realize that I really am empowered to be my own leader and my own learner. Although this semester was very challenging, I am very proud of the work that I have done and the ways I have contributed to my learning community. I have worked hard both in my classroom and my online classroom to create actual change within my community. While there is always room for improvement, I did well for myself and I am very proud of the leader I am becoming.


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