Two major approaches to manager development in schools are identified. The first provides a tool kit for purposive action; the second is aimed at helping managers cope with the pressures and dilemmas of the job. The need for the sharing and coping style of manager development is traced to the cultural diversity that can exist within schools. Schools, as organisations, are seen within the context of recent work on culture in human service organisations. A framework of manager development which tries to synthesise both approaches within a single perspective is developed.
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