Questioning and Reflecting: Becoming a Learning-Centred Leader

The key to successful leadership that really impacts learning outcomes lies in reflective practices. Peter Dudley outlines the skills and routines that the best leaders have in common.
Leader speaks to her collegues

Leadership for improvement, leadership for collaborative professionalism, leadership for sustainability, change leadership, distributed leadership, evidence-informed leadership – the list goes on. In the search for a unifying leadership concept that can embody and embrace all of these is, for me, ‘Leadership for Learning’, which sits alongside all the others, yet has strong elements of learning-focused orientation or learning-centred leadership.1

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