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53: Hannah Wilson: Part 3 Educational Leadership Series: Gender Leadership Inequality
Kelly Long chats with Hannah Wilson, a co-founder and facilitator of WomenED, a grassroots movement which connects existing and aspiring leaders in education.
In the third episode of the Educational Leadership series, Kelly and Hannah discuss gender inequality within senior leadership.
Teacher-Parent Relationship Techniques that Work!
- Empower parent voice
- Communication is the key to opening a positive and encouraging dialogue between the school, teacher and parent
Professional Challenge – Gender Leadership Inequality
- How to address gender inequalities at a senior level
- Ideas on developing your leadership confidence
- Where to find and how to form partnerships with others to help you overcome leadership inequality
“Don’t take things personally, re-frame your mindset”
“Be authentic! Don’t pretend to be what you are not”
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52: Part 2 Educational Leadership Series: Conor Heaven: How to be a successful leader and develop others on your team
Kelly Long chats with Conor Heaven, an Infant School Middle Leader and an Advisory Council Member of NAHT Edge whose aim is to discuss and debate policy on behalf of all Middle Leaders.
Conor is passionate about teaching and learning and is curious about pedagogy, relationships, learning mindsets, first quality teaching, engagement, assessment and motivation. He believes collaboration is key to raising standards and wants to be part of the growing, sharing online community.
In the second episode of the Educational Leadership series, Kelly and Conor discuss the challenge of how to be a successful leader and develop your team.
Don't be afraid to speak up and say the unexpected! Click To Tweet
51: Iesha Small: Part 1 Educational Leadership Series: Unconventional Leadership
Kelly Long chats with Iesha Small, an Assistant Headteacher at a mixed 11-18 comprehensive school in Hertfordshire, in the UK. Iesha writes a leadership blog as well as runs Mindshackles, a website dedicated to sharing the personal stories of reclaiming life from mental ill health.
In the first episode of the Educational Leadership series, Kelly and Iesha discuss the challenge of unconventional leadership and how to overcome the bridge between perceived understanding of what leadership entails and its truth.
50: Kelly Long: Inspiring for 50 Episodes
Kelly Long celebrates 50 episodes of Inspiration 4 Teachers with guest co-host Emma Rickham. Join them as they discuss the highs of 2015 and celebrate the inspirational work of Inspiration 4 Teachers’ guests over the last year and all that is magnificent about teaching and learning.