It’s hard to believe I’m halfway through my year as AMiE president. It’s all rushing by far too quickly!
In an earlier blog I described how I was recently part of a panel discussing ethical leadership and management, particularly in a time of austerity.
Hear from some of the delegates who attended the 2017 inaugural AMiE Leadership Conference.
Stress may be a characteristic of many school and college staffrooms today but they can tackle it through learning resilience and the support of leaders, Christine Clark told delegates at her breakout session on personal and organisation resilience.
Statistician Jude Hillary, who is based at the National Foundation for Educational Research, presented findings from a study into recruitment and retention of teachers.
National Governors Association (NGA) head of advice Claire Keetch gave delegates at the inaugural AMiE annual conference a detailed insight into the advice and support available to governors in her breakout session on working in partnership with your governing board.
Keynote speaker at the 2017 AMiE annual conference, Steve Chalke, founder of the Oasis Community Learning multi-academy trust, illustrated the importance of authentic leadership and working as part of a team with the story of his chance meeting with the late New Zealand rugby legend Jonah Lomu.
When Lincoln executive headteacher Marie-Claire Bretherton was asked by the CEO of her multi-academy trust’s sponsor to become head of Benjamin Adlard Primary in Gainsborough she admits she hesitated.
Leaders may rise to the challenges of tough times when it comes to the effective leadership of their schools and colleges, but they often fall down on the management of themselves.
Ethical leadership... hope… positivity... these words don’t often feature in the current national education debate, but they played a central role in the first AMiE leadership conference, held in central London last month.