10 Management Tips for TVET Leaders
Stop looking in the rear view mirror. Leave the past to archaeologists and anthropologists. Lead Change. Drive change. Help people adapt to change. Be the change you want them to become (Ghandi).
Push yourself to try the unfamiliar. Do the things you are not quite prepared to do. Add value through innovation. Look at things with new eyes. Keep learning new things...be curious.
Effective leadership is the most important single input to TVET management. This has ben shown repeatedly in International development. Scruffy facilities, inadequate equipment, weak teachers....yet a good school getting better. The leader is the Number 1 factor.
Here are some tips to becoming an effective TVET leader:
Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.