New Normal

This is not a post about the systems of school improvement, the Science of school improvement if you will. This is more about the culture of school improvement. The art, if you will. As I come to the end of my first year as head teacher, I can see the …

Dr Bradberry – Great leaders

Over at LinkedIn Dr Travis Bradberry posted an article on what makes a great “boss.” I am not convinced by the entirety of the post – plus it is supported by one of those staged stock photography office shots that includes employees of every generation, race and gender, all offering that false, “I’m interested” expression. …

Leading Err

I regularly find myself connecting information dots. This time, on the theme of err. The dots; the Chancellor, Teresa May and Microsoft’s CEO. Unfortunately, just thinking about it, creates more disconnected questions. The point here, I’ve attended many different training sessions, attended numerous leadership sessions, read numerous leadership books, and the position statement has always been, one …