Executive leadership and the mindset shift

by Maggie Farrar

As Executive Leaders you play a key role in ‘creating the weather’ across your trust and its schools. Almost certainly, the improvement culture is – in significant part – embodied through your behaviour and your actions, moment by moment, day by day. As an improvement leader you want – and will have, for good or ill – a significant ‘multiplier effect’.

How might you – as executive leaders – seek to grow within and through the role, so you yourselves flourish in it, and so too do the organisations and communities you serve? Here are some reflections recently shared with Forum Strategy’s Education Executive members 

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