Leadership & Management
Leadership and management including quality improvement of learning experiences Jan 22
Editor’s note: Contributor Ashkan Karbasfrooshan is the founder and CEO of WatchMojo . Follow him @ashkan . Leadership guru Warren Bennis asked whether leaders are born or made. When asked if Wall Street would accept a young Mark Zuckerberg in his early 20s as CEO, Facebook investor Peter Thiel said: “Well, we’ll wait until he’s over 25 to file”.
By Kim Yong-seong Imagine that you are invited to a brainstorming session at an advertising agency. Young enthusiastic employees are trying to persuade the senior managers to buy their ideas on location-based mobile advertisement services. However, you can easily tell that the harder the young people try to impress, the more confused the gray-haired seniors become on the other side of the table.
4 February 2012 Last updated at 19:52 ET By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News Headmistress Heather Hanbury said "Failure Week" should teach high performing pupils not to shun risk A top girls' school is planning a "failure week" to teach pupils to embrace risk, build resilience and learn from their mistakes.
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From 1 April 2012, members of the Institute for Learning (IfL) with Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status are recognised as qualified to teach in schools. Statutory instrument 2012 No. 431, which was laid in parliament on 9 March 2012, amends the 2003 Regulations so that holders of QTLS who are IfL members have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and may be appointed to permanent positions as qualified teachers, without any further induction requirements. Schools and local authorities will remain responsible for decisions on employing QTLS holders, and IfL will maintain the national register of QTLS holders, including those teaching in schools.
Last Updated: 23 March, 2012 Section: FE news University severs college partnerships amid competition for places One of the biggest accreditors of degrees in FE is terminating almost all of its partnerships with colleges.
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