Updated: Aug 13
If you were to Google ‘Leadership’, you would be inundated with methodology, perspectives, theories and strategies to help you become a better leader. There would be a plethora of wise words, examples or strong and powerful leadership balanced with articles on the importance of communicative leadership or being a 3 minute leader. It’s a minefield. So, it’s no wonder that leaders in the early years sector are in need of guidance, strategies and methods to enable them to grow as leaders and develop their leadership skills. There is a simple and straightforward perspective that early years leaders will have heard of, yet may not have thought about linking it to their own leadership journey.