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Every school leader needs a devil's advocate
It’s one thing to foster a culture of agreeance and unity in the workplace – but it’s another to create a sheep situation: one where staff are unwilling to challenge their leadership team. Every school leader needs their own devil’s advocate, somebody who will question their thinking and provide critical feedback to ensure that big – and small – decisions are given a rigorous once-over. Here is why disagreements can often lead to better outcomes.
This story appeared in the Term 4 2018 edition of LeadershipEd.