Outstanding schools need outstanding teachers. Yet in the developed world, the best and brightest show little interest in pursuing a career in education. This is exacerbated by the significant number of quality teachers leaving the sector, either due to retirement or their desire to take up opportunities in other industries. The competitiveness of nations is tied to our ability to address this problem.
In this paper, ChangeLabs thought leaders Peter Sheahan, Dominic Thurbon and guest collaborator Simon Breakspear outline the leadership competencies and practical strategies schools and universities can employ to create more attractive and engaging workplace cultures.
The new version of this paper is coming soon; you can download the old version here.