Leadership purpose, qualities and practices are important to the development of a successful educational organisation. This course is intended to familiarize participants with research-informed principles, trends and issues of leadership in education from international perspectives. It will provide opportunities for individuals to reflect upon, analyse and critique their own leadership, relative to their own experiences, and the leadership of others within their own local and national contexts. The course will combine theoretical and empirical knowledge to illuminate, contextualise, and critically assess associations between contemporary policies, social trends, and organisational practices.
At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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