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Being yourself as a leader
Friday 15 March 2019
What does being yourself as a leader mean?
“Being yourself is not fixed…but fixing who you are as a leader, that is fastening or securing what being a leader means for you, is important.“
This is part of the leadership narrative from Dr Jane Rand, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at York St John University.
Part of discovering who she was as a leader, was to find out where she was from. Here are Jane’s words.
Dr Jane Rand is Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) at York St John University. Jane is a champion of Education and of lifelong learning, having characterised her own career development by combining part-time study with work.
As one of our earliest supporters, and having attended Writing your Future, Jane kindly contributed her thoughts on what her leadership narrative looks like in our latest blog: Just being the leadership journey of a Deputy Vice-Chancellor
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