Networks and networking within, between, and beyond schools are an exponential and global educational force. During the COVID-19 crisis, leaders at all levels have been challenged to collaborate not only to survive but also to secure the best positive outcomes for all young people in their care. This chapter explores networks and networking through the empirical and theoretical vantage point of distributed leadership. The chapter considers the literature concerning the leadership of networks, from a distributed perspective. Ten evidence-based propositions are presented about the types of leadership practices that are most prevalent and effective within networks. The chapter concludes by offering some reflections upon the relationship between distributed leadership and network leadership, questioning how far this hybrid encapsulates, describes, and defines leadership of the future.