Change management: changing mindsets

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Changing mindsets to facilitate school improvement is a core element of leadership in an education environment.

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Whenever a change is introduced into an organisation, it causes disruption. Generally, people are change averse – they prefer what is familiar. But school improvement is about constantly changing and adapting to different pressures and children’s needs. If we recognise that change requires a certain amount of adjustment, we are more likely to have the right mindset for it. This article explores different change management theories that leaders can use within an educational setting to encourage a growth mindset.

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