On 20 January 2018 at the Castle Green Hotel, Kendal, we are offering an exciting opportunity to attend a training session with Emily Hunter on Middle Leadership. The session will run from 10am to 2pm.
In the current challenging climate in schools, under intense financial and results-driven pressure, this training workshop provides a safe, positive, professional space for participants to interrogate how to be(come) a visionary leader in school and the barriers that may obstruct this.
Through practical work, group tasks and working with a range of sources in a fun and thought-provoking way, participants are led on a journey to reflect and discover new ways to clearly communicate, to visualise and to implement their vision for departments, schools and beyond.
A practical, fun and empowering workshop that challenges established and aspiring Middle Leaders to develop their management skills in school.
The aim of this workshop is to provide an opportunity for delegates to examine a range of influences that develop a person’s management style and how to use Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) to build a toolkit to balance operational practice and visionary leadership.
Delegates will practically explore how to implement coaching using NLP with a range of school stakeholders taking into consideration the social and emotional aspects of management.
Delegates will identify characteristic management traits that sabotage forward-thinking practice and develop solutions to overcome them.
Delegates will know the HSE Management Standards and how to use these in their leadership to promote wellbeing in their teams.
Delegates will develop a model of visionary practice and a forecast of how to implement this in their own school.
Lunch will be provided and travel expenses can be claimed.
You can enrol online or by phoning the North West Regional Centre on 01257 256800, quoting the course reference BF004RNW18.