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Leadership

A Look at the Subtleties That Transform Principals into CEOs Schools of yesteryears were school-centric, meant to make children learn and make their living. Over the years, schools have evolved many folds and are now student-centric. They are beyond the idea

The Driving Force Behind Ownership, Belongingness and Commitment There has been plenty of debate and research over the aspects that attribute to a thriving school. What makes a school successful? What are the key factors that distinguish effective from the least

The Magical Journey of Learning Together This Volume’s Cover Story has undergone a reformation and has been transformed to provide an insight into the world/mind of a leader. In this particular story, we travel to Pune through the vivid words of

Being a Dealer of Hope Management is doing things right, but leadership is doing the right things. This is the essence of outstanding leadership. A leader has to be very conscious of telling the team what to do rather than how

The Qualities of Gandhi to Help Leaders Stay Ahead of the Curve Education is a double-edged sword. Masterminds can utilise it to make or mar the world. It’s the trait of life that confronts you with values and varied ways of

Over the years, the roles of support staff have undergone enhancement and development. In addition to the housekeeping and administrative help, an increasingly large number of support staff are being deployed in the classrooms helping out teachers and interacting directly

Redefining the School Ecosystem Why should an adult around a child not be identified as only a caregiver? Why should there be hierarchy in the roles of caregivers in a school? If teachers, parents, students and the neighbourhood are the elements

Professional Development - A Challenge Professional growth is one of the major problems faced by educational institutions today as children of the present generation have multiple and different needs which sometimes to teachers, belonging to a different generation, seems alien

Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other’- John F. Kennedy In every profession people want to progress; be it the armed forces, corporate or bureaucracy. Teachers are no different. As a school teacher, one aspires to be a Vice Principal

Learning to be Free of Fears, Stress and Anxiety The life of every individual in the current generation very much resembles the operation of a pendulum in a wall clock. The time always remains in the present, whereas the pendulum keeps