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Leadership in school and business is an evolving skills set, with dramatic changes over the past decade. Expectations of core leadership skills and behaviours are high yet time is not always available to teach leadership in schools. Focusing on the framework of leadership our programs empower leaders to inspire and support others.
Our programs work with teachers in recognising leadership traits within themselves, their peers and/or students while identifying opportunities for engagement with parents in leadership projects. Options are available for:
NESA REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Completing this course will contribute allocated hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 1.2.2, 3.5.2, 4.1.2 and/or 6.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Secondary School Leadership Programs
As students reach the latter years of high school they seek out areas to demonstrate their leadership capabilities within the school, sport, community/volunteer organisations and broader the community.
Primary School Leadership Programs
Prior to the school transition to high school students are provided the opportunity to impact their school community through leadership initiatives. Our engaged and interactive workshops make leadership a tangible concept for year 5 and 6 students. We tailor our program to encompass the variety of arenas in which leadership is demonstrated.
Our student leadership programs facilitate a structure for students to:
“The Strengths based Leadership course that we all undertook has developed our team into a more cohesive, cooperative staff. Thanks to the skills, patience and perseverance of Kathryn Taylor, we now have a better understanding of the dynamics in our team. We all benefited from completing the program that was specifically developed for our needs. We are still talking about just how much we gained from the experience both personally and professionally. It had a big impact and changed the way we interact in a very positive manner.”
Lyn Pearce, Principal, Glenorie Public School