Management in the last year has been very challenging for obvious reasons. With some, or all, of your staff working from home and having a mix of face-to-face and remote teaching to contend with, having the right tools for the job has never been more important.

You will of course, like many, have been building your digital skills throughout lockdown and as an organisation have delivered teaching and managed your staff remotely for well over a year. That being said, it’s quite easy to build up a routine with anything – get stuck in your ways and methods of doing things. But there are always new skills to learn, new tricks that can improve the productivity and happiness of your staff and enhance the quality of teaching being delivered day-to-day.

But the challenging thing is knowing where to begin with it all. What options are available and what is going to be the best for your team. There are dozens of project management tools to choose from and limitless apps that could help you support, develop and lead your team.

That is what inspired us to put together this FREE guide to the top tools for leads, heads of departments and managers working within an education organisation. We have first-hand experience using these tools ourselves, so know how useful they can be.

We look at project management software like and Asana, conferencing tools like Google Meet and Microsoft Teams as well as teaching applications, CPD and mental health and wellbeing resources among many other areas.

You can download your free guide here.

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