Professor Walker recognized areas of work include educational governance and policy making; leadership philosophies and practices, organizational improvement and capacity-building, and applied and professional ethics.

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Publications:
Sustainable Innovation in Exemplary Schools

The focus of this paper is on how exceptional learning community schools get their work done, how they transfer knowledge, the nature of their leadership, and how effectiveness is sustained.

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Mentoring by Design: Applying the ‘Adaptive Mentorship’ Model

Adaptive Mentorship is a mentoring model applicable across all disciplines; and attendees will examine this model, its rationale, and its research-record. They will consider its potential to their own context.

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Enhancing Mentoring in Management via the Adaptive Mentorship© Model

"Adaptive Mentorship" is a mentoring model with promise for all management disciplines. Attendees will assess the model, its research-record, and its applicability to their own settings.

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Helping Novices Develop in the Humanities via Adaptive Mentorship©

Workshop attendees from across the humanities will assess their current mentorship approach, and will consider if/how the "Adaptive Mentorship"© model might enhance their future mentoring of neophytes.

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The Malaitan Mind and Teamship: Implications of Indigenous Knowledge for Team Development and Performance

Using Malaitan Indigenous knowledge the authors consider and commend the understandings derived from both Western and Malaitan ways of knowing with attention to the team development and performance.

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Ethical Challenges in School Administration: Perspectives of Canadian Principals

This article describes Canadian principals' understandings of ethical problems and challenges in schools, pressures and influences in making ethical decisions, and perceptions of the nature of ethical decision-making in schools.

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The Grounds and Strategies for Ethical Decision-making in Canadian Principalship

This article brings to description Canadian school principals’ perceptions of the factors that constitute their ethical decisions, the grounds, and the strategies for ethical decision-making in their school work.

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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