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'Leadership' Acclaimed at Conference

by Michael Ford last modified 01 Jul, 2015 10:29 AM

Leaders must have discontent with the status quo, a vision for how it could be better and the courage to say so, according to Canon Keith Lamdin who delivered an acclaimed talk at a recent Diocesan Conference for Headteachers (Wednesday 6 March).

'Leadership' Acclaimed at Conference

Keith Lamdin Speaks

Lamdin’s talk was based on his book, ‘Finding Your Leadership Style’. He is Principal of Sarum College where he runs a postgraduate studies programme in leadership.

Director of Education Chris Shepperd said, “When we invited Keith to speak, we knew that what he had to say would hit home with our headteachers. Leadership is hard in any sphere, but we knew our school leaders would recognise the truth of Keith’s advice and reflect together on how to face up to the real challenges in this time of rapid change.”

Delegates were quick to praise Lamdin’s input, with Liz Moorsom, Headteacher of Semley CE VA Primary School remarking, “I thought the keynote speech was excellent. I think so many of the things he said just resonated with what we do every day, and it really made me think.”

View a YouTube clip here.

The day was organised by the Diocesan Board of Education in collaboration with schools across Dorset and Wiltshire. 


YouTube clip (6min 56sec: the Liz Moorsom quote is at 2min 46sec)
Gallery from the Day
About Keith Lamdin
‘Finding Your Leadership Style’ 
Diocesan Board of Education

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