Early bird fee
Right now, school leaders are facing high stress levels and burnout. Caring for the wellbeing of their students, colleagues and themselves in the wake of the pandemic adds to the complexity of their roles. Boosting wellbeing and fostering resilience is more important than ever.
A 3-hour online masterclass exploring practical strategies to recharge and lead effectively in the face of challenges.
You will discover research-based skills and frameworks to help you manage your energy, support those around you, and build sustainable leadership practices. Led by an expert facilitator, you will engage with best-practice approaches to renew your leadership capacity, and gain skills and frameworks you can start using for immediate impact.
Register now to:
- Renew your energy and build personal and team wellbeing
- Reconnect to your goals and create your own vision for success
- Refocus your leadership approach with best-practice principles
Wellbeing and resilience: Super-powers for school leaders
Right now, teachers and school leaders are working long hours, supporting the wellbeing of students and colleagues, and navigating staff shortages. Carers’ load, vicarious trauma, and burnout present ongoing challenges for school staff. Renewing your own energy reserves and establishing sustainable leadership practices are more important than ever.
Equip yourself with new mindsets and skills to help you, your colleagues and students thrive
Support your personal and team wellbeing
Renew your capacity to lead your school with focus and enthusiasm
Connect with peers who are working towards similar goals
Gain transferable skills you can use for future challenges
During the masterclass, you will explore:
Leading in times of disruption and complexity
Applying trauma informed leadership principles
Understanding and leveraging your surge capacity
Building adaptive capacity
Understanding complex decision fatigue and how to manage it
Wellbeing for school leaders: resilience, personal accountability, wellbeing continuum
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