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A Framework For Line Management
Episode 409th November 2021 • School Business Leadership • Laura Williams
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In this episode, I’m sharing the line management framework I recommend to SBLs, Heads and CEOs. 

Not sure how often you should meet with your staff? 

Want to improve communication with your team? 

Trying to build up to a difficult conversation? 

This episode has the answers!

The episode at a glance:

[0:45] – I talk about how to create safe, informative meetings with staff that avoid too much formality but still feel structured and professional.

[3:36] – I describe some of the situations that would require you to adjust your management style and how to do so effectively.

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This framework has been tried and tested by me and other school leaders, but you will need to tweak it to your particular staff needs and context. I hope you found this useful and know that you are not the only one who struggles with difficult conversations. If you’re dealing with a difficult situation and want some extra guidance, get in touch and we can talk about it together!

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