Executive Leadership

What exactly does a National Leader of Education do?

Amanda Godfrey explains the role of an NLE and the challenges they are confronted with when heads get into difficulties.
Colleagues talking to boss

Headship is a varied and difficult job and the training and preparation for it can be equally varied.  NLEs (National Leaders of Education) are available to provide additional support and capacity to those heads that find themselves in challenging circumstances at particular points in their career.  They work directly with heads in a mentoring role, but also provide additional practical help and support at an exact moment in time.

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