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Gary Martin

Emeritus Professor Gary Martin commenced as chief executive and executive director of AIM WA at the beginning of 2012. Prior to his appointment to AIM WA, he held several executive level appointments at Murdoch University in Western Australia including Executive Dean, Pro Vice Chancellor, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor. Professor Martin is a learning and development specialist with expertise in adult learning development with a particular interest in action learning and mentoring as management and leadership development strategies. He has extensive experience in the design and delivery of learning and development programs in Western Australia and internationally, with both government and non-government clients. Professor Martin is chair of Telethon Speech and Hearing in Perth and former chair of Study Perth from 2008-2011. He was made a Fellow of the Australian College of Educators in 2015 and is Emeritus Professor of Murdoch University’s School of Management & Governance and Zhejiang University of Technology in China, and Honorary Professor at Guangdong University of Business Studies, China.

Beware the school leader’s blind spots

OPINION: Those of us who have learned to drive a motor vehicle will no doubt recall the driving instructor alerting us to ‘blind spots’, the parts of the road to the side and slightly behind your vehicle that you can’t see in your side or rear view mirrors.

Time to get emotional about school leaders

OPINION: When teachers, students and parents reflect on their most admired school leader, what do you think springs to mind?

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Beware the school leader’s blind spots

OPINION: Those of us who have learned to drive a motor vehicle will no doubt recall the driving instructor alerting us to ‘blind spots’, the parts of the road to the side and slightly behind your vehicle that you can’t see in your side or rear view mirrors.

Time to get emotional about school leaders

OPINION: When teachers, students and parents reflect on their most admired school leader, what do you think springs to mind?

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Beware the school leader’s blind spots

OPINION: Those of us who have learned to drive a motor vehicle will no doubt recall the driving instructor alerting us to ‘blind spots’, the parts of the road to the side and slightly behind your vehicle that you can’t see in your side or rear view mirrors.

Time to get emotional about school leaders

OPINION: When teachers, students and parents reflect on their most admired school leader, what do you think springs to mind?