Supporting Aspirant School Leaders to Build Collaborative and Constructive Practices - Forum One (TUT)
35 places available
Start: Friday 10 March 2017 - 9.00am
Finish: Friday 10 March 2017 - 3.30pm
Location : Cottesloe Golf Club, 173 Alfred Road, Swanbourne
Developing tomorrow's leaders
Using Emotional Intelligence to Build Your Own Resilience and Support Others
A series of of three full-day forums are offered to classroom teachers looking to move into any school leadership role the future. If you are considering moving into a new role or postion such as a Level 3 CRT, HOD, HOLA, Curriculum Leader, Program Coordinator or Deputy, then these events are for you.
The forums will provide aspiring leaders the opportunity to build the skills, knowledge and understandings essential to successfully work in, and build collaborative organisations across a school setting.
It is recommended to attend all three connected forums but not compulsory.
Forum One: Friday 10 March
Using Emotional Intelligence to Build Your Own Resilience and Support Others - Ian Crosby, PDT Consultancy.
Forum Two: Friday 12 May
Dealing with Reactions to Change in Schools and Giving & Receiving Feedback - Vanessa Herbert, PDT Consultancy.
Forum Three: Friday 25 August
Dealing with Difficult Situations and Difficult People - Faye Harris, PDT Consultancy.
This one day forum will extend participants’ understanding of emotional intelligence and its application to and implications for:
- Workplace leadership and influence.
- Working collaboratively with colleagues.
- Building collaborative team functions.
Within this context, participants will explore:
- Factors underlying resilience
- Handling the stress and uncertainly of changes in the work environment.
- Strategies for personal well-being.
$ 70 : Members
$ 140 : Non-Members
Includes morning tea and lunch
The three forums will be facilitated by three highly experienced directors/senior consultants from the PDT Consultancy group - Ian Crosby, Faye Harris and Vanessa Herbert. Each bring over 20 years experience in organisational and human resource development and have specialist experience working in educational contexts and with leaders across the Public Sector.
Classroom Teachers aspiring to move into a new leadership role or position in their school.