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scel remember why

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Ronnie Malcolm

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inspirational
leadership
Middle
Leadership
Matters

Kilmarnock,
15 March 2017

Remember why you do this
Ronnie Malcolm
Why
leadership?
Bishopbriggs
Academy,
Gordon
Moulsdale
Start with why
the
3 Rs
reflect
renew
reprioritise
1 there is a feeling of energy, fun and excitement in my school
2 our leaders are good communicators and they listen more than they talk
3 we encourage creativity and innovation
4 our leaders present an open and honest face to our people
5 our leaders show genuine appreciation for contribution and effort
6 leaders in my school are genuinely in touch with how people are feeling
7 we all work hard but snr management also makes sure we have fun
8 everyone in this school is looking to do things better
9 in this school people (staff) are helped to develop personally
10 our leaders ensure objectives are stretching, but not to the point of overload
11 it is commonplace for leaders to thank people when they have done a good job
12 leaders in this school are approachable and have a real open door policy
13 I am confident that our leaders listen to others' viewpoints
14 people are actively encouraged to come up with ideas and be creative
15 our leaders trust people to make their own day-to-day decisions
Simon sinek
wider influence
"Leadership: not just a second order effect (influence through others) it is integral to the learning of the whole school community"
Peter Matthews,
Visiting Professorial Fellow, Institute of Education, London
Professor John Hattie,
Melbourne Education Research Institute:
TEACHING, LEARNING, LEADING:
- task
- accountability
- learning
- assessment
- dialogue
- challenge
- relationships
- informing
relentless pursuit of better
dancing
guy
Why
What
how
with acknowledgement and thanks to:
Andrew Sutherland and Carolanne Calderwood, Renfrew High, Simon Sinek, Peter Matthews, John Hattie, the shirtless dancing guy and Gordon Moulsdale, Bishopbriggs Academy
leadership
models
authentic
action centred
distributed
ethical
pedagogical
primal
principle-centred
resonant
situational
strengths-based
transformational
values-based

pono
tika
aroha
WHY TEACH?
making a difference
doing something you enjoy
enhancing young people's lives
variety
students
parents
staff
partners
seizing opportunity
challenging assumptions
eternal youthfulness
unbounded compassion
aroha:
sacrifice, affection, compassion, empathy, generosity, joy for others
tika:
doing things right, in the right way, in the right order
pono:
reality, truth, honesty, integrity,
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