Pavilion ELT blog from Gerhard Erasmus
Making the most of inductions
Going solo: planning, making decisions and looking after the finances
From teacher to writer: five tips to get started
Is everything OK? Individual resilience as response to admitting it is not
Transitioning from teacher to manager – A transition model
The sales funnel: finding and selling to the right customers
Trust as a two-way street
Flexible planning for businesses: Learning from lesson planning
Academic vs non-academic roles in a school – Is it a 50/50 balance?
Critical Incident Technique – Resolving workplace problems and reinventing yourself
Technology and your team – Choices, choices, choices
Crisis management: in the middle of Coronavirus
The customer journey – How they experience your organisation
Road to management – Is there a map, please?
Following up on his first blog on why teachers might not want to manage, Gerhard Erasmus aims to help future and current managers develop their own road map to help them develop the skills and expertise needed to transition effectively into management. The post looks at skills that teachers have developed that can transfer into management, qualifications that can support the development of management skills, and how to utilise your current role as a teacher to develop the skills you will need as a manager.