Leadership in Education with Lisa Taylor


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It's time for us to turn our gaze up to the dizzy heights of educational leadership! Whether you're a student teacher or a hard-bitten old cynic like Tom, let's pause and consider the challenges and delights of being in charge. Lisa is Director of Initial Teacher Education at our friends the University of South Wales, another teacher education institution from just down the road. She's been a listener to the podcast for quite a while, and has answered the call we put out in our Easter special 2020 for anyone from senior leadership in education to come and tell us what makes them tick.

In a wide-ranging conversation, we explore the difference between leadership and management, how to keep hold of our core moral purpose in the challenging world of education, and how to lead collaboratively. Plus, has the research-informed revolution reached the world of educational leadership, and how should a brand-new entrant to the profession set their sights on leading?

Many thanks to Lisa for coming on, and do take a look at her reading recommendations below.

  • Adair, J. (2009). Effective Leadership: How to be a successful leader (New ed.). London: Pan
  • Cochran-Smith, M. and Lytle, S. l. (1999). ‘The teacher research movement; A decade later’, Educational Research 28 (7); 15-25
  • Fullan, M. (2020). Leading in a Culture of Change. New Jersey, USA. Jossey-Bass.
  • Fullan, M. (1993). Why Teachers Must Become Change Agents. Educational Leadership, 50 (6), pp.12-17.
  • McDermott, I., Hall, L. (2016). The Collaborative Leader. Ceredigion. Gomer Press.
  • Pollard, A. (2019) Reflective Teaching in Schools. London. Bloomsbury.


Recorded remotely on 2nd February 2021

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