Change: learn to love it, learn to lead it
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Richard Gerver

In 2005, Richard Gerver won the School Head Teacher of the Year Award for leading his school from the brink of closure to innovation and success. This book is his personal reflection on change. It includes practical insights, aiming to help teachers in the most challenging situations they may face. 

Gerver believes that change represents an opportunity for re-invention. He outlines ten change elements; explore, refresh believe, question, visualize, share, develop, choose, lead and transmit. In each chapter he focuses on why each element is important in creating a change culture, as well as his personal experience with each.

His key message is embrace and manage change to transform the way you work and live your life.

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Richard Gerver

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Penguin Books

Date of publication:
June 2013

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This guide on how to respond and manage change positively will make for interesting reading for all teaching professionals, particularly school and subject leaders. 


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