‘Fake research’ comes under scrutiny

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The scale of “fake research” in the UK appears to have been underestimated, a BBC investigation suggests.
Official data points to about 30 allegations of research misconduct between 2012 and 2015.
However, figures obtained by the BBC under Freedom of..

Building teams in a new leadership role

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It is the season for job interviews ready for the new academic year. It might be that you’ve just landed your first senior leadership or middle leadership role and it can be a daunting task. One thing new leaders often worry about is whether or not they are going to be able to work with the team that they are going to be leading. Building a team can be a difficult thing to do.
There are two main ways that you will have achieved that position. You’re either going to have got yourself a new job or you’re going to have been promoted within role. Most schools will require an interview for a new position, even if you’ve managed to gain it as a promotion. Getting a job in a new school gives you the chance to start afresh however promotion within a department or school to a leadership position can sometimes be more difficult given your existing relationships with colleagues.
Either way though, once you’ve landed that elusive leadership role, how do you go about building your team? One of th..