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Emotional well-being in teaching and leadership.

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by DocWol, May 13, 2016.

  1. DocWol

    DocWol New commenter

    I've been teaching and leading for 20-odd years and as I have climbed the career ladder I have been very aware of the impact that teaching has on the emotional well-being of teachers. Following a range of experiences as a headteacher, both personally and when working with colleagues, I developed a deeper interest in the emotional well-being of teachers. I started a blog on the issue which quite a few have read over the last couple of months. I appreciate that this is a shameless plug for my own blog but I hope that the content may give support to both those with problems and also to those working with colleagues with emotional well-being issues. My last few posts have been about resilience and fear within teaching, but other posts cover stress in schools, workplace banter and loneliness in teaching. Please take a look HERE. I would be delighted to hear from you with ideas and thoughts.

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