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Leadership for Educational Psychologists

Principles and Practicalities

Hardy, Julia / Bham, Mohammed / Hobbs, Charmian (Herausgeber)

BPS Textbooks in Psychology


1. Auflage Januar 2020
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-62860-6
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Leadership for Educational Psychologists: Principles and Practicalities is written by educational psychologists (EPs) for EPs in leadership positions or those aspiring to become leaders. It offers a combination of reflections from practitioners past and present combined pertinent practical exemplars to support the role of a leader. A number of themes run throughout the chapters. These address the importance of context both national and local; the continual debate over the nature of leadership; the concern for equity in practice and ethical practice. Finally, it emphazises the importance of building and maintaining relationships at all levels, especially during challenging times. It is hoped that this book will provide access to literature, guidance and ideas that support the development of capable leaders within the profession.

About the contributors


Section 1- Reflections

Chapter 1: Introduction to Leadership- the context of managing Educational Psychology Services (EPSs)
Julia Hardy, Charmian Hobbs and Mohammed Bham

Chapter 2: Leadership Frameworks: Past and Present.
Vikki Jervis and Julia Hardy

Chapter 3: Ethical Leadership.
Tara Midgen and Theodora Theodoratou

Chapter 4: Change Management.
Janet Crawford

Chapter 5: Women in leadership.
Charmian Hobbs and Mandy Owen

Chapter 6: Outward facing and Inspirational Leadership.
Kevin Rowland and Poppy Chandler

Section 2- Practical Themes

Chapter 7: Understanding your organisation: where to start as leader
Julia Hardy and Mohammed Bham

Chapter 8: Appreciative Enquiry.
Anna Lewis

Chapter 9: Recruitment and Retention: Building a Team.
Mohammed Bham and Mandy Owen

Chapter 10: Educational Psychology within a Welsh Context.
Joy Mitchell and Ffion Edwards

Chapter 11: Working in different leadership teams: Dealing with tricky issues.
Harriet Martin and Melernie Meheux

Chapter 12: Selling Educational Psychology Services.
Julia Hardy, Jacqui Braithwaite and Rhona Hobson

Chapter 13: Managing data and quality standards.
James Gillum and Juliet Whitehead

Chapter 14: Support mechanisms for Educational Psychologists in leadership: Keeping it going and managing your well-being.
Julia Hardy and Mohammed Bham