Developing a Positive Organisational Culture
Research shows strong evidence that the culture of an organisation has a significant impact on its overall performance. A positive organisational culture develops staff and
Research shows strong evidence that the culture of an organisation has a significant impact on its overall performance.
A positive organisational culture develops staff and promotes a sense of belonging and trust enabling openness, collaboration and engagement. Developing such a culture is perhaps the most important leadership task for the senior team of any school.
This 3-day bespoke programme will explore the importance of a positive organisational culture and how key strategies and leadership behaviours can support the development of a truly collaborative and engaged staff team.
- Exploring practical strategies and techniques for Senior Leaders focusing on developing a positive culture.
- To consider the importance of culture in organisations and team.
- To explore strategies to develop a sense of belonging and trust.
- To identify actions and techniques to improve collaboration and engagement.
- To create a plan to further develop the culture of your school.
Key Areas Covered
- defining and understanding organisational and team culture;
- identifying the central elements of a positive culture;
- practical actions to develop a positive culture of belonging, engagement and trust; and
- designing a plan to further develop your school culture.
Participants will leave the three-day programme confident, inspired and ready for action.
Programme Delivery Model
This programme will be delivered in person over 3 days by KAA Director and facilitator Jayne Bennion.
Programme Dates & Location
The first 2 days of the programme will be delivered face to face at Shenzhen College of International Education, Shenzhen, China. The 3rd and final day is being delivered remotely during the Autumn term.
Days 1 and 2 – Saturday 5th August – Sunday 6th August
Day 3: Remotely facilitated during the Autumn Term – date to be agreed.
Jayne Bennion is an educator with experience and expertise as a teacher, school leader and senior adviser with schools in the UK and internationally. She has designed and facilitated a range of exceptional professional learning both online and in person and has a proven track record in making a positive and sustainable difference.
Jayne has successfully undertaken several high-level roles including the Director of Quality Assurance with Nord Anglia Education, Founding Head of the Learning and Assessment Service in Birmingham and Curriculum Adviser with QCDA leading the development of the professional learning materials for the proposed primary national curriculum.
Her latest achievements include being commissioned to develop approaches to blended learning with Nord Anglia Education, writing and facilitating Initial Teacher Training materials in the UK with Star Academies and internationally with the Curriculum Foundation.
‘ It is great to be able to take time away from school to spend time as a team to re-focus on how we can best move the school forward.’ S. Welch, Braeburn Schools Group, Kenya
‘It has been such a pleasure to work with the Tianjin culture of excellence team over the past year. They have consistently driven an ambitious and farsighted programme of school improvement, and your support for their hard work has been invaluable. From the perspective of personal and professional growth, they have all gained so much from your mentoring relationship.
I am confident, we will have an improved work environment for all’ J. Jeffrey, Master, Wellington
august 5 (Saturday) - 6 (Sunday)
Shenzhen College of International Education
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3 day event 5-6th August and final day remotely delivered during autumn term
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