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Final Leadership for Impact

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Alice Dunn

on 11 July 2016

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Transcript of Final Leadership for Impact

Leadership for Impact
- To explore the concept of leadership
- To know how to develop a strong vision
- To know why high expectations are important

- You understand and can accelerate the initial impact you will make
- You are equipped to develop a strong vision
- You can link high expectations to outcomes

1. Leadership is focused on securing a better future

2. Leadership inspires and enables others.

3. Leadership is situational.

Their success appears rooted in their
– a core motivation to fulfil their role well. This vision underpinned three underlying attributes:
resilience, relationships
drive to improve
Outliers, Fletcher-Wood, 2015
Goleman, Daniel, Leadership that gets results, 2000
During the past 50 years, leadership scholars have conducted more than 1,000 studies in an attempt to determine the definitive styles, characteristics, or
personality traits of great leaders. None of these studies has produced a clear profile of the ideal leader.

From Discovering Your Authentic Leadership
Bill George, Peter Sims, Andrew N. McLean, and Diana Mayer, 2007

Leadership Styles
Initial Impact
What do you hope to achieve by the end of:
Day 1
Week 1
Term 1
Year 1
2: You understand why it is important to have a vision,
2: You understand what constitutes an effective vision ,
4: You have assessed your own leadership skills,
4: In relation to the context you will be working in, you know which leadership skills and behaviours will be required and have planned to implement them.
Which skills and attributes support these styles?
- What do you think your natural style(s) is, why?
- What advantages and disadvantages does this have?
- What is your least natural style, why?
- What can you do to develop more flexibility in your style?

- During your time in school, what kind of leadership have you seen both in the classroom and beyond? What did it look like and feel like? Was impact did it have?
- Which kind of leader would you find it hard to be led by, why?
Our definition of Leadership
Exploring Values
Personal Values Assessment
High Expectations
Children from families on benefits receive 75,000 encouragements in their first 3 years compared to 500,000 for children from professional families.
Reports from the North of England estimate that 1 in 7 long term NEETs are dead within a decade of becoming NEET.
28% of young people with no qualifications spent more than 12 months NEET compared to 1% of their peers who attained 8 GCSEs at A*-C level.
Note one or two actions that you need to take to further reflect on the content of this session or further your understanding.
How will you maintain high expectations, honour your values and show flexible leadership in challenging circumstances?

Wilshaw, Unseen children: access and
achievement 20 years on, Ofsted, 2015
Defining Leadership
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