By Tony Bush
The authors hide the general method of top and coping with employees in academic companies, together with universal subject matters that are necessary to those that lead and deal with, in any respect degrees within the association.
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Transformational leadership (see page 19) provides the potential to increase commitment to the aims of the organisation and to motivate staff to perform at their best for the sake of their pupils and colleagues. The alternative model, transactional leadership, provides only extrinsic rewards which are unlikely to generate long-term improvement. 509), leaders must find other ways to inspire their colleagues to achieve at their best. This requires an approach based on the individual needs and aspirations of all staff.
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Leading and Managing People in Education (Education Leadership for Social Justice) by Tony Bush