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Section One- Evolving as an educational leader and manager Becoming and staying an educational leader Values Ways of thinking about leadership Evolving as a leader- working with what you have Organisations and leadership Section Two - Leaders and the context Power in context Crafting the context Leadership development in teams Personal leadership challenges Section Three- Leading across boundaries Boundaries and change Strategic leadership, change and communities Managing stakeholders and partnership boundaries Knowing your own boundaries - the capable leader Section Four - The educational leader as researcher Becoming a leadership researcher Further study - choices and challenges Researching in your own organisation Section Five - Moving forward The personal side of leadership Leadership challenges and opportunities
Dr Megan Crawford is Professor and Director of Plymouth Institute of Education and was formerly Reader in the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and Deputy Head of the Faculty. . Her research encompasses principal preparation, teacher development, and emotion and leadership. She teaches on Masters and Doctoral programme and is especially interested in the relationship between theory and practice. Megan is a National Leader of Governance in England, and has been a governor at six primary and secondary schools. She is currently Chair of Governors of an outstanding secondary school which she has been with since it was a green field. She is on the Executive of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS www.belmas.org.uk.), and was its Chair from 2009-11 Megan has worked internationally in diverse places including Canada, Japan, and Iceland. Megan's previous book on emotion and leadership was published in 2009.
'Dr Crawford's book fills a valuable gap in the leadership and management narrative. Focusing on the individual leader, and how past experiences and contexts shape and form current practices, it offers invaluable insights and personal reflection on our own learning journeys.' -- Peter Barnes 'This book is refreshing and distinctive. It takes the individual as the starting-point and builds outwards from there, to the vital but often neglected interpersonal dimension and the turbulent contexts of modern education. Vignettes help to make the theory concrete and activities bring the reader right into the frame' -- Ron Glatter