Middle Leadership for 21st Century Schools by Bill Lowe has been reviewed by UKEdChat

02 January 2020

Middle Leadership for 21st Century Schools by Bill Lowe scored a great 9.1 /10 ranking from their reviewer, who said: œBill expertly combines the latest educational leadership research with anecdotal reports about a wide range of real-life school experiences, giving you the insights to help you establish yourself and strengthen your influence in the role. He shares impactful advice on boosting productivity “ both your own and your team™s “ and offers guidance on how to succeed through people-focused leadership, rather than by using data as a weapon.

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