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Leadership and Training Centre

Learning to Lead

Leadership and learning from the LTC

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  • 10/05/22

    Head Down or head up? (part 2)

    In part 1 of this article I talked about how Western classical music uses a series of chords to build and then release tension, and that this process has some parallels to how we encounter and resolve (or not resolve) problems in leadership.
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  • 25/03/22

    Head down or head up?

    Where is your head?  Do you focus mainly on the problems of leadership, or are you able to look ahead?  Can your head be in two places at once?  And what can we learn about leadership from the crisis of tonality in classical Western music.  Jez Bennett offers some thoughts in par...
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  • 26/03/21

    Contextual clues in questioning

    Matthew Bonnett, Head of Philosophy and Ethics at The Hazeley Academy looks beyond questions stems to ask, "How do effective teachers know how to question?"
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  • 11/09/20

    Embarrassingly parallel problems – increasing efficiency

    “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”  - Walt Disney Disney week During the summer, as a means of differentiating holiday from home schooling, my family planned Disney week.  The aim was to take advantage of the free trial period Disne...
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  • 08/04/20

    Watch this space too

    In Watch this Space, Jez Bennett explored how we might handle the coronavirus emergency through an application of change-management theory and lessons learned from the Apollo 13 mission.  Once initial shock and frustration have been overcome, what decisions might leaders need to...
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  • 30/03/20

    State of the arts

    This publication is a key output of investment by Artswork, the Arts Council's bridge organiastion for S.E.England, part of the “Championing Cultural Capital: Senior Leaders Advocacy for Arts, Cultural and Creative Practice” project, led by Jez Bennett of The Leadership and Training...
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  • 29/03/20

    watch this space

    During my permitted “once a day” exercise/dog walk I’ve been enjoying listening to the BBC World Service’s 13 Minutes to the Moon podcast, written by Kevin Fong.  The current (second) series describes the Apollo 13 mission, in which the astronauts and thei...
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  • 29/03/20

    Curriculum under the microscope

    What knowledge, skills, attitudes and values will your pupils develop in order to share and thrive in their world in 2030? (The Future We Want, OECD) 
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