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Leadership in early childhood : the pathway to professionalism / Jillian Rodd.

By: Rodd, Jillian, 1949-.
Publisher: Crows Nest, Australia : Allen & Unwin, 2013Edition: 4th ed.Description: 304 p.: 23 cm.ISBN: 9781743310014 (pbk.); 1743310013 (pbk.).Subject(s): Child care services -- Management | Education (Preschool) -- Management | Educational leadership | Early childhood educationDDC classification: 372.21068
Contents:
Part I. Deconstructing leadership: 1. Unravelling leadership in the early childhood sector -- 2. The personal qualities of leaders in early childhood -- 3. Theories, models and styles of leadership -- Part II. Leadership in practice: 4. Leading through communication: meeting others' needs -- 5. Leading through communication: meeting personal needs -- 6. Leading conflict resolution: from discord to accord -- 7. Leading decision-making: transforming vision into action -- 8. Leading collaboratively: cultivating collective responsibility -- 9. Leading professional development: supervision, mentoring and coaching -- 10. Leading in changing times -- Part III. Special responsibilities of early childhood leaders: 11. Leading research: moving quality forward -- 12. Leading partnerships: engaging families and communities -- 13. Leading ethical practice -- 14. Leading for succession: building leadership capacity -- 15. Postscript: an aide-memoire for aspiring leaders in early childhood
Review: With increasing community insistence for quality and accountability in early childhood education and care, there is a need for effective and professional leadership in these services. Leadership in Early Childhood is a practical resource for early childhood practitioners who want to understand how to create and sustain successful childcare and early education settings. Fully revised and updated, this fourth edition is divided into three sections: deconstructing leadership; leadership in practice; and special responsibilities of early childhood leaders. This edition also includes new case studies, an additional chapter summarising the key contributing factors to effective leadership and examples based on an extensive international study of early childhood leaders.
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Part I. Deconstructing leadership: 1. Unravelling leadership in the early childhood sector -- 2. The personal qualities of leaders in early childhood -- 3. Theories, models and styles of leadership -- Part II. Leadership in practice: 4. Leading through communication: meeting others' needs -- 5. Leading through communication: meeting personal needs -- 6. Leading conflict resolution: from discord to accord -- 7. Leading decision-making: transforming vision into action -- 8. Leading collaboratively: cultivating collective responsibility -- 9. Leading professional development: supervision, mentoring and coaching -- 10. Leading in changing times -- Part III. Special responsibilities of early childhood leaders: 11. Leading research: moving quality forward -- 12. Leading partnerships: engaging families and communities -- 13. Leading ethical practice -- 14. Leading for succession: building leadership capacity -- 15. Postscript: an aide-memoire for aspiring leaders in early childhood

With increasing community insistence for quality and accountability in early childhood education and care, there is a need for effective and professional leadership in these services. Leadership in Early Childhood is a practical resource for early childhood practitioners who want to understand how to create and sustain successful childcare and early education settings. Fully revised and updated, this fourth edition is divided into three sections: deconstructing leadership; leadership in practice; and special responsibilities of early childhood leaders. This edition also includes new case studies, an additional chapter summarising the key contributing factors to effective leadership and examples based on an extensive international study of early childhood leaders.

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