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What Makes Teachers Unhappy, and What Can You Do About It? Building a Culture of Staff Wellbeing

Routledge (Verlag)
Erschienen am 26. September 2023
260 Seiten
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* Provides a road-map to recovery for the struggling school with actionable strategies that will lead to better engagement, performance, and improved student and financial outcomes
* Focuses on the specific things that all school leaders can do every day to build workplace wellbeing based on the latest research evidence.
* Includes real examples from school leaders to illustrate how to - or how not to - take the right action.
* Includes summaries of the key steps necessary to deal with common issues
'This is a powerful, thoughtful book that goes beyond treating symptoms, towards looking at the root causes of poor wellbeing. We are shown that leaders who build teams that are trusted offer teachers high levels of agency, enabling workload to be viewed as meaningful and purposeful. Strategies are offered that are aimed at supporting leaders to develop a culture of collective endeavour. This is a compelling resource for leaders everywhere - highly recommended for practical audit resources alongside case studies that offer evidence about what truly makes a difference.'

Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching

'The book thoughtfully examines how leaders can create an engaging and vibrant school climate and culture, building an environment where teachers and all staff thrive. The research is clear, where staff report a positive climate, this underpins a virtuous cycle, impacting student learning, relationships and a sense of belonging. While much of the policy and frameworks referenced are from the UK, the practical strategies and steps are equally applicable in the US. This is a timely and must have resource for district leaders, principals, and those aspiring to these roles.'

Dr Clayton M. Wilcox, Vice President and Ambassador for Community Relations, the Compass Group, CEO and founder of Thoughts2Lead, and former superintendent.
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Mark Solomons, former Sainsbury's Bank operating board member, has more than 12 years' experience developing leadership and culture in education. A school governor and trustee for more than 20 years, he founded Welbee, a multi-award winning edtech start-up supporting schools to measure and systematically improve staff wellbeing. This is his second book.

Fran Abrams is a journalist and author with more than 30 years' experience of reporting on education. She has worked for all the national broadsheet newspaper groups and for 15 years was a reporter on BBC Radio 4's File on 4 programme. She is a trustee of the Education Media Centre and has written six previous books.
1. Introduction; Section 1. Mapping the Issues; 2. Knowing your numbers; 3. Having a clear plan; 4. Where to take action; Section 2. Leading for Wellbeing; 5. Being the change; 6. Becoming a competent leader; Section 3. Getting and Keeping a Happy Workforce; 7. Teacher retention and recruitment; 8. Making staff feel valued; 9. Managing workload; 10. Looking after your support staff; 11. Don't forget the senior leadership team; Section 4. School Culture; 12. Culture, Cake and Yoga; 13. Wellbeing and your students; Section 5. Overseeing Change; 14. The role of governors and trustees; 15. Bringing the outside in; Section 6. Rethinking Education for Wellbeing; 16. Rewriting the book; 17. Getting physical; 18. The policy picture; 19. The digested read

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