3 tips for leading a school through the Covid-19 crisis, was written by Steve Munby who was featured in the InConversation. No leadership course could prepare heads for this crisis - but they are stepping up with courage, says Steve Munby.
Leading your team through crisis written by Alaina Love suggests some important practices to put into place for remote workers that can reinforce interpersonal and organizational connection among your team.
I have never been prouder to work in education than now by Leora Cruddas. Extraordinary examples of schools showing civic leadership in the coronavirus crisis are appearing all the time.
'We've got difficult decisions, with no right answers' by Michael Todd. Heads are having to make tough judgement calls in response to coronavirus - with unclear guidance.
'In our time of crisis, schools are showing leadership', by Geoff Barton. We’ve seen teachers, heads and other staff setting a tone of calm authority and natural leadership.
Granted. Bad leaders believe people work for them. Good leaders believe people work with them. Great leaders believe they work for people. Especially in crisis, we depend on servant leaders to put others first.
Real Leaders Are Forged in Crisis by Nancy Koehn, April 03, 2020. We are living through a global health crisis with no modern-day precedent. What governments, corporations, hospitals, schools, and other organizations need now, more than ever, are what the writer David Foster Wallace called “real leaders”.
Tolerance for Uncertainty: A COVID-19 Workbook by Dr. Sachiko Nagasawa. A guide to accept your feelings, tolerate distress, and thrive.
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