A group leader is a person who provides direction, instruction, direction, and leadership to a group of people (team) to achieve a key result or group of agreed results.
A leadership team is typically a group of administrators, teachers, and other staff members who make important school management decisions and/or lead and coordinate school improvement initiatives. While most leadership teams are made up of full-time administrators and teachers, the specific composition of the team can vary widely from school to school, and teams can also include students, parents, and community members, an option which is often referred to as school. – an improvement committee or school improvement council, among others. Members can volunteer on the leadership team or they can be hired by administrators. Educators can also receive grants for leadership group responsibilities, especially if the school has received a grant to fund positions, but it can also be common for educators to volunteer their time. Not all schools have leadership teams.