Tag: Lftm

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Day #3 LftM

Leading from the Middle Day 3 Each day has started with a review of the impact of Day 2 Learning and the period in between the day 2 and 3. Carole recorded the ‘Key Learning and Changed Behaviours,’ and the impact of the Team Health Check. The focus then changed to evaluate the Leadership Focus.…
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23 May ’10 0

Tough Decisions

‘Dont grow a wish bone where you back bone should be.’ Now I appreciate that this is rather a aggressive message, but I think that for middle leaders an important one. Some of the most difficult situations we find ourselves in, is of our own making. Situations arising, not from the decisions we made, but decisions we…
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22 Jan ’10 0

LftM – Leading Style

I am at my second sitting on the NCSL ViewPoints learning activity, designed to help me discover my own personal style. No surprise that I came out as a divergent thinker, but I was pleased that my prediction was accurate. However, there is a danger that, with a dominant style, I appreciate differences in others and…
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7 Jan ’10 0

LFtm Development Day

9:30am Our first Leading from the Middle Development Day. Another welcoming start to the day, if a little tight for space. The opening discussions on protocols led to a sharing of our perspectives for the course, with and between delegates. Not an atypical start to a course however my frustrations was that a significant amount of time…
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15 Dec ’09 0

1.1 Middle Leader Development Diagnostic

Now that I have at least 5 raters contributing to my report, I can seek feedback. I am keen to see how this information is presented and what I can take from the information. I am hoping that the data will be fairly consistent, although I am expecting a slightly lower rater score as some…
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28 Oct ’09 0

1.1 LftM Review

I didnt dwell on self talk, nor on moving out of your comfort zone. To be honest, moving from post 16 Sport Science to 11-16ICT is a big enough move for me. Given the task of highlighting tasks that invoke comfort, tension, anxiety or panic I am pleased to say, I was not paniced, if…
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28 Oct ’09 0