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Influential School Leadership – strictly limited places
February 22 @ 7:00 pm - July 19 @ 9:00 pm
A six-month program facilitated by Peter Arbery and providing participants the opportunity to continue their professional development through a series of ten (10) workshops that focus on enhancing leadership skills.
“Ensuring that every school has excellent leadership means four things: creating the right programmes to apprentice and develop school leaders, selecting the right people for leadership positions, empowering and encouraging leaders and intervening quickly to tackle ineffective school leadership.” – Fenton Whelan in Lessons Learned.
The number of participants will be strictly limited to maximise impact and ensure all participants develop an understanding of the importance of leadership, an appreciation of the ethos and values of their school, and have heightened awareness of their own performance and responsibilities.
In addition to attendance at the workshops and involvement in the various activities offered in those workshops, successful completion of the program will require participants to demonstrate engagement with the material presented.
- Understanding the difference between leadership and management
- Developing and prioritising strategies
- Developing team and personal goals
- Building a leadership team
- Understanding behaviour styles and emotional intelligence, and how these impact teams and leadership
- Having challenging conversations
- Performance appraisal versus performance development – giving and receiving effective feedback
- Leading change and innovation
- Understanding motivation and what leaders can do to influence others
- Developing a coaching culture
- Building high performance teams
- Understanding financial management – operational versus capital expenditure
AITSL standards addressed in this program:
6.2.3 – Highly Accomplished Standard: Plan for professional learning by accessing and critiquing relevant research, engage in high quality targeted opportunities to improve practice.
7.1.3 – Maintain high ethical standards and support colleagues to interpret codes of ethics and exercise sound judgement in all school and community contexts.