Leadership: Enabling Leadership in the Teaching and Learning of History in Higher Education
This chapter considers the importance of leadership in creating an environment in which history teaching can flourish and evolve. It argues that ‘enabling leadership’ is a way to support individual and collegial endeavour that reinvigorates professional commitment within the context of the managerial revolution.
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