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Manjula Waniganayake is an associate professor at the Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University. She is a specialist in early childhood leadership, quality assurance and policy analysis work.
Sandra Cheeseman is a lecturer in social policy, management and leadership at the Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University.l
Marianne Fenech is an Australian Research Council postdoctoral research fellow based at the Children and Families Research Centre, Macquarie University.
Fay Hadley is a lecturer at the Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University with a major focus on early childhood management and practicum studies.
Wendy Shepherd is the Director of the Mia Mia Child and Family Study Centre has more than twenty years of experience in leading early childhood programs. She has consistently contributed to early childhood policy reform as an invited member of key government advisory committees.
Table of Contents
|Conceptualising intentional early childhood leadership|
|Australian policy context|
|Legislative frameworks, quality and accountability|
|Governance and management structures|
|Power, professional judgment and ethical practice|
|Creating effective workplaces for early childhood staff|
|Building Relationships with families|
|Engaging with Community|
|Strategic organisational development|
|Financial matters: Budgets and the bottom line|
|Leading intentionally through advocacy and activism|
|Social entrepreneurship: marketing and your early childhood setting|
|Professional learning and career planning|
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