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A panel of former headteachers discuss the key techniques needed to conduct a successful exit interview in response to a hypothetical request for help from a new headteacher.
The panel have received an email from new headteacher, Jim, asking them to pass on their interview tips and advice about getting the most out of an exit interview with an assistant head teacher.
The panel consider the benefits of conducting exit interviews with key members of staff and reflect on the key points the head teacher needs to consider in order to make the most out of this opportunity.
The team consists of retired head teachers Alan Key and Colin Richardson, as well as Peter Laurence, a former headteacher who is now development director at the Brigshaw Trust of eight schools.
Part of the series: Interviewing Staff