• Leadership

The High Performing Senior Leadership Team

PL # 11697.
Starting on 20 Jun 2018
Cancellation permitted until 14/06/2018

Event registrations closed on 19/06/2018

Description

Come and join us and take advantage of the opportunity to work with Charlotte Rendle-Short an outstanding presenter in the area of building and leading senior leadership teams.

Whether you are an experienced Principal or new to the role, leading your senior leadership team is not as straightforward as some would have you believe.  There is a need for Principals to be strategic and rigorous in their thinking about the team’s purpose, to understand the essential requirements that enable the team to be outstanding, and to invest significantly in the team as team as well as in the individual team members.

In this workshop, designed for Principals and those who lead senior teams, we will consider the essential characteristics of high performing senior leadership teams using Ruth Wageman’s model as the starting point for our thinking.   We will focus on the work of the senior team, real work that only it can do, and how team members need to ‘be’, in order for that work to have impact.  And crucially, we will address in a practical way the role of the Principal in leading the senior team; how does the Principal balance the role of leader and team coach with that of being a team member?

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Presenters

Charlotte Rendle-Short

Educational Consultant

Charlotte Rendle-Short

Charlotte has extensive educational leadership experience in Australia and the UK as a senior executive and prior to that as a secondary teacher and Principal.  During her career she has been Head of Senior School at Geelong Grammar and Deputy Chief Executive & Managing Director (Independent Schools) with United Learning in the UK.

The key focus of her work is to enable schools to grow and flourish in response to the challenges of continuous improvement. Her current work includes coaching Principals and leadership teams; delivering workshops and professional learning; supporting Principals and governing bodies in their strategic planning and policy development.  Charlotte’s special interests are in governance, school culture and organisational structures.

Charlotte’s life-long passion is to increase the strategic impact that effective school leadership has in raising the achievement of all children and young people. 

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Date / Time

20/06/2018
Starts: 08:45
Finishes: 16:00

Address

Telethon Speech and Hearing Centre
36 Dodd Street
Wembley WA 6014
Australia

Learning Area

  • Leadership

School Area

  • Leadership

Event Contact

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