the competent head a job analysis of headteachers tasks and personality factors

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The Competent Head

Author : Dilum Jirasinghe
ISBN : 9781135717094
Genre : Education
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Being An Effective Headteacher

Author : Trevor Male
ISBN : 9781847878571
Genre : Education
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The post of headteacher presents a vast array of responsibilities and challenges, which can be difficult to anticipate and manage. Providing a fully comprehensive support and development package for new and aspiring headteachers, this practical book will help first-time headteachers to confidently deal with the challenges of their post, and inform senior teachers about what they can expect in the role, and prepare them for a future in headship. This book covers: " The nature of headship " The transition to formal leadership " Preparing for headship " National standards and NPQH " Applying for a headship " Entering headship " Consolidation and extension Being an Effective Headteacher will help new and aspiring headteachers to get to grips with the challenges of headship and encourage them to fulfill their potential as educational leaders.

Attracting And Retaining Millennial Workers In The Modern Business Era

Author : Tsai, Meng-Shan
ISBN : 9781522562658
Genre : Business & Economics
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The millennial generation is rapidly progressing in the workforce. As it does, it brings with it new ways of working and managing efficiency in the workplace. The challenge faced by managers and businesses is how to provide a space that encourages the new ideals of millennials while also balancing the needs and desires of other generational employees. Attracting and Retaining Millennial Workers in the Modern Business Era offers an in-depth discussion on pivotal issues surrounding generational differences and management in the workplace. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant topics such as training and development, promotions, salaries, and career progressions, this book is a vital resource of academic material for business practitioners, managers, professionals, human resources mangers, and researchers who are seeking more information on the emergence of millennial employees.

New Era In Education

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ISBN : UVA:X006083365
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The Selection Of Secondary School Headteachers

Author : Colin Morgan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105032803830
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015079622448
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Leadership In Education

Author : Mark Brundrett
ISBN : 0761940480
Genre : Education
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This book deals with leadership in all sectors from primary to higher education. The editors present an international perspective on the analysis of leadership theory and practice, with the integration of exemplars from different cultural settings.

Human Resource Managers In Education Their Roles In School Effectiveness

Author : Kazi Hoque
ISBN : 9783656862581
Genre : Education
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Document from the year 2014 in the subject Pedagogy - School System, Educational and School Politics, The University of Malaya (Faculty of Education), language: English, abstract: Human resource division is an essential part of any organization. The officials working in this section are called human resource managers. The responsibilities of these managers are planning, recruiting, selection, induction, training, developing, ensuring safety, determining compensation packages and smoothing career path of personals working in the organization. Human resource managers in education organization also perform these common jobs. Apart of these, there are other human resource managers in education. The core job of other human resource managers in education is unique and very different than other organization. It will be more understanding if we define who these Human resource managers in education are. In education, they are principals, their deputies, head of the department, teachers, parents, guardians and so on. Their core responsibilities are to manage, nurture, educate and prepare the prospective human resources of the society. These prospective human resources are the students who will lead the country, society and family. Their innovation will take the country in its great height. Prosperity of a country is largely determined by the quality of these resources. The people who are responsible to develop these prospective human resources are the greatest persons of the country and society. Their jobs are really unique and can be graded as very important human resource managers (VIHRM) of the country. This book has focused on the impact of their roles on preparing their students ensuring effective environment of the school. Findings of some action researches have been presented in different chapters to support their roles in strengthening school effectiveness. In these chapters, the contribution of VIHRMs in education such as principals, teachers, parents will be highlighted from different empirical findings.

The Role Of The Head Routledge Revivals

Author : R. S. Peters
ISBN : 9781317498582
Genre : Education
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First published in 1967, this book looks at what the role of a headteacher should be, challenging the traditional views of the head and the authoritarian structure of schools. Contributors explore new concepts of the head’s role in school and authors include both theorists and headteachers coming from various backgrounds including those that are historical, philosophical, sociological, and practical. The book also benefits from some more down-to-earth musings by heads on the job. The collection as a whole offers a stimulating variety of views on a subject which is of importance to all teachers, as well as those concerned with management and decision making. Although first published some time ago, it explores issues that are ever present today.

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