Much is known about the importance of differentiated instruction in schools, the notion that for teachers to be optimally effective in meeting the needs of all learners, they must understand and apply a range of instructional strategies in the classroom. Much less is known, however, about the importance of differentiated leadership for adult growth and development. Like children, adults also vary in their meaning making systems and serve to benefit from intentional approaches to instructional leadership that attend to their developmental diversity. In this workshop, participants will learn about, share experiences with, and begin to practice Developmentally-Oriented Instructional Leadership (DOIL), an approach to teacher development based not on the all-too-common "Gotcha!" but rather "I've got ya'!"