We all live in a yellow submarine

06 November 2020

'‹With the pandemic throwing up huge challenges for school leaders, styles of leadership may need to adapt for the best chance of success, say Wellington College's deputy head (teaching staff development) Katy Granville-Chapman, and head of economics Emmie Bidston.' Read the full article on page 22 of Independent Education Today's digi-mag.

Katy and Emmie discuss the importance of knowing, loving and inspiring your people further in their book Leader.


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