The cultural and contextual outlook of UAE provide an environment that is ideal for the propagation of academic leadership because, teaching is considered as a superior profession in Arab world thus, motivating teachers towards exercising leadership. In this kind of scenario, million-dollar investment in educational sector is a wise decision because; it will be able to change the prehistoric mindset of Arabs towards education. II. Problem Statement and Methodology The major problem that this study wants to study stems from the introduction of educational reforms in UAE educational system upon the due ability of teachers to demonstrate effective leadership. However, to analyze the problem, this paper will review the existing literature on the topic and register findings in coming stages. III. Purpose of the Study The fundamental purpose of this study is to provide a firm theoretical base for a detailed future empirical study that will quantify “the impact of educational reforms on teachers’ capacity for leadership”. IV. Literature Review At the same time, teacher also posses the duty to bless his students with confidence but, for the accomplishment of this responsibility teacher should be given job autonomy, so that he can plan his lectures and other related activities in a meaningful way. It is believed by management scholars that leadership can only be practiced in a decentralized chain of command. However, in Muslim countries, indigenous collectivist culture has made educational innovation a dream possible to achieve because; people readily form groups with each other in order to achieve some common objectives. Along with this, parents also want a bright future for their children in this fashion, supporting the teachers to bless the students with skills such as creativity that will differentiate them in an international environment. Nevertheless, UAE educational ministry has taken some notable steps recently in order to bring educational industry of the country in accordance with international standards. However, UAE and other modern Muslim nations are already on the path of true educational development. In these societies, individuals have been permitted to achieve their personal goals and are supposed to follow the modern social mechanism of individualism thus, inspiring the creativity of individuals, so that they can differentiate themselves in the society. In above-mentioned societies, however teachers can innovate with their teaching methodologies because of flexible cultural aspects, which permit people to think differently. Additionally, when people do think differently they are considered as leaders. So everybody listens to them, due to this supportive societal behavior, people feel encouraged towards thinking differently, therefore creativity always come from enlightened professors of various educational departments in UAE.. However, in developed nations, it is a well-preserved tradition to train teachers in art of advanced leadership, so that they can exercise it during practicing their profession (Coombe, 2009). These institutions are providing able teaching staff for world-renowned universities and institutions for number of centuries. Arab communities are turning towards educational activities and developed culture of collective learning in order to build up their viable human capital in educational sector for the future (Al-Taneiji, 2010).