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Calm leadership: There is no right way to lead

There is no right way to lead. In the final instalment of his series on calm school leadership, Patrick Cozier discusses being the best leadership version of yourself – what this means and the impact it can have

“What I tell people is be the best version of yourself in anything that you do. You don’t have to live anybody else’s story.”

Stephen Curry, American basketball star


Being the best version of yourself as a leader is not only vital for personal growth but also essential for fostering a calm and composed environment that promotes productivity, resilience, and effective decision-making.

In this article, we will explore why being the best leadership version of yourself is integral to calm leadership.

Arsene Wenger (Arsenal) and Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United) are two of the most successful managers in the history of the Premier League – famous not just for winning trophies but also for their longevity – 22 and 27 years respectively.

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