Published October 17, 2007 by Sage Publications Ltd .
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Professionalization, Leadership and Management in the Early Years. This book is a practical, easy to read and understand guide to different aspects of leadership and management.
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Revised and updated, this new edition includes: Two new chapters on private day care and reflective practice and action research. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. In Leading and managing in the early years (pp. London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: /n5. Aubrey, Carol. "Early Childhood Leaders' Work." In Leading and Managing in the Early Years, 2nd ed., London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: Caroline Jones is course leader for the Early Years Foundation Degree at the Institute of Education, University of Warwick, UK.
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Early years professionals are expected to implement a range of government initiatives, as well as professionally endorsed changes, aimed at raising the quality of early years provision.
The ease and success with which such initiatives. With the rapid change experienced by the Early Years Workforce over recent times, this book considers what constitutes professionalization in the sector, and what this means in practice.
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It acknowledges that many early childhood leaders confess to a lack of skills in change management and explores how they can draw upon their understanding of pedagogical practices to inform leadership skills and the development of a ‘change embracing’ organization.
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The roles of leaders and management in the early childhood setting are investigated and studied, considering how their abilities and characters are interconnected amid the two sides, adding to the perplexity.
Modern philosophies of leadership and styles are reviewed, alongside their implementation to early childhood settings. Book review: Miller, L. & Cable, C.
(Eds.) (). Professionalization, leadership and management in the early years. London: SAGE Publications : Jerneja Jager. Leadership in the early years is about using your knowledge, skills, personality and experience to positively influence practitioner has the capacity to lead, and in doing so, improve opportunities for children and their families.
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Leadership and management in the early years context. In early years education there has been an increase in government spending and extensive changes through children 's centres programmes and Sure Start.
Leadership is considered as the most important function of management in order to bring effectiveness and to achieve objectives of the organization. Leadership helps in initiating action, motivating employees, providing guidance, creating confidence and maintains synchronization in the organization (Singh, ).
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Effective leadership and management is based upon early years providers being able to: Demonstrate an ambitious vision, have high expectations for what all children can achieve and ensure high standards of provision and care for children.
Improve staff practice, teaching and learning through effective systems for supervision, rigorous.Written by leading academics with practice experience, the book should be of great interest to researchers, academics and postgraduate students in the field of education, specifically those working in early years and education policy and : Jan Pettersen, Mary Moloney.The paperback edition of this leadership book was released in and it includes an expanded chapter that specifically focuses on the art of leading millennials.
So, if you find that you’re a little mystified as you endeavor to lead a workforce that’s years younger than you, this might be the perfect book.