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This experimental study intended to compare the impact of the innovative and non-innovative approach of leadership on learning English at the school level in Pakistan. The aim was to improve the quality of English teaching by providing innovative and practical strategies to English teachers to develop a necessary mindset to conceive their own practices with technology. Participants in the experimental group were instructed through innovative leadership, while those in the control group were only taught through non-innovative leadership. After completing the course, a two-independent sample t-test was conducted to assess leadership styles to change the nature of teaching English at the school level. The results were drawn through descriptive and inferential statistical analysis for comparing groups. Results indicated that innovative leadership allowed English language teachers to have empowerment by incorporating technology into teaching in the classroom and raised student’s awareness towards using technology in their study, which is expected to be the reality in several developing countries such as Pakistan. A quasi-experimental quantitative study using a pretest-posttest design will also have recommendations for developing range of teaching skills such as interpretive presentations, communication skills and personal grooming techniques at the school level in the teaching scenarios.