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Managing workload (headteachers)

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Last updated on 28 March 2017
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How can headteachers better manage their workloads? We spoke to 3 of our associate experts, all current or former headteachers. They provided advice on delegation, communication and time management. You will also find an example of how one teaching school headteacher prepares for the school year.

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  1. 1 Managing delegation
  2. 2 Practising clear communication
  3. 3 Honing your time management skills
  4. 4 New headteachers
  5. 5 Planning for the year ahead: example from a school
  6. 6 Habits of successful headteachers

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