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Chapter 6: Leading Developments Across a Setting or Settings
- Describe the use of distributed leadership within and across early childhood settings.
- Consider one’s own development as a leader.
- Discuss ways to develop a culture of leadership.
- Consider theories of leading change within and across settings.[Page 84]
In Chapter 1 we identified that leadership can be enacted in different ways and by different practitioners within the setting. In this chapter, our focus is on leadership enacted by the person who is identified as the overall leader of the setting or setting. In the UK this person may be the setting owner, an appointed manager, a practice leader, or a teacher. A variety of titles are given to this role ...