The time is nigh for sector wide change! #WomenEd Highly recommend this book to all educators. It is really accessible, shining a light on the gender gap in education and the particular challenges women might face in progressing to senior leadership. The wide range of informed contributors give practical strategies to inspire women into leadership. I read the whole book in two days and have lots to share with colleagues!
Where will 10% braver take you? I have followed the authors of this book on Twitter for some time. Iâm interested and motivated by those women who have pushed themselves out of their comfort zones to achieve real positives in a many aspects of education. I like many women am good at highlighting my negatives and not focussing in what I can do, what positives I bring. This book was read in between appointments at year 9 parents a evening and after they had all gone home. I feel 10 % braver to not only complete my NPQH but to…
Inspirational book This book does what it says on the cover – Inspires Women in Education. It certainly makes you reflect on your position in the educational workplace and think about what is holding you back as a woman. It has definitely made me 10% braver as I now have a meeting to negotiate role and salary in the next academic year. Thank you to the contributors to this book and for helping me find my voice in the workplace!
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