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This research was conducted to assist educational leaders in understanding and building their leadership styles amid paradigm shifts. The study emphasizes innovative leadership based on technology to enhance technology integration in classrooms. The purpose is to examine the innovative leadership prompted by technology, growing competition, and society's demands. The study also investigates roles and components of innovative leadership amid a paradigm shift to meet the needs of today's students. An experimental study was designed to collect quantitative data from 80 participants who were purposively sampled. In this experimental study, the population comprised all students from registered private schools in Pakistan. For the inferential statistics, a t-test was used for data analysis; two independent sample t-test was used to compare the potential of innovative teacher leader and traditional teacher leader on students' learning in the classroom in the paradigm shift at the secondary level. Results showed that secondary school students in Pakistan mainly practice the traditional approach in the classroom and have not integrated the 21st-century leadership skills in schools. It is therefore recommended that innovative and learning leadership behavior should be developed for lifelong and systematic learning.
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