When we first enter the TESOL field, we may be somewhat overwhelmed by the tremendous range of language teaching and learning methodologies, approaches, techniques, etc. Similarly, when we move from teaching to senior level administration in a language teaching organization (LTO) or add such roles to our existing teaching responsibilities, the number of possibilities can be equally overwhelming.As Denise E. Murray and MaryAnn Christison state in the opening chapter of this volume, leadership theories include: “transactional, transformational, instructional, personal, servant, situational, change, and instructional leadership” as well as other aspects such as “leadership IQ, and total quality management.”