Executive Leadership

How Senior And Middle Leaders Can Learn To Love Each Other

In the current school climate,where shared leadership at all levels is required, the division of tasks and delegation of decision-making by senior leaders is becoming critically important for the success of the school. Dr. Nasima Riazat reports
Colleagues standing on each other

Ensuring the right people are in the right posts, and then striving to get the very best out of each team member is a critical component of any successful school striving to be able to meet all its priorities. This is reinforced by Ofsted where leadership is assessed at all levels across the school for effectiveness. But the fact is that senior and middle leaders often have poor communication and even hostile, resentful relationships. How can they work together more collaboratively to further develop the success of their schools?

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