Leading Learning from the Middle - Middle Leader Programme
Leading Learning from the Middle - Middle Leader Programmewed10feb(feb 10)8:30 amsat13(feb 13)4:00 pm8:30 am - 4:00 pm (13) Braeburn School, Gitanga Road Campus, Lavington, Nairobi OrganiserKaren Ardley Associates
Karen Ardley Associates is delighted to be delivering our hugely successful Middle Leader Programme ‘Leading Learning from the Middle’ for Braeburn Schools on 10th-13th February 2021. Basman Zora, KAA Consultant will
Karen Ardley Associates is delighted to be delivering our hugely successful Middle Leader Programme ‘Leading Learning from the Middle’ for Braeburn Schools on 10th-13th February 2021.
Basman Zora, KAA Consultant will be delivering this 4 day workshop.
This four day programme provides the opportunity for middle managers to improve their leadership behaviours and develop the skills required to make real changes to standards in their area of responsibility.
Previous participants have found the programme inspirational and life changing
Aspiring or middle managers currently responsible for co-ordinating or managing a subject or aspect of school provision (eg. Subject, SENCO, Faculty, Assessment, Key Stage, Year Group etc.)
To deepen middle managers’ understanding of themselves and their leadership behaviours
To extend middle managers’ knowledge and understanding about leadership
To develop leadership skills
Key Areas Covered
- personal leadership skills and qualities;
- the role of the middle leader/manager;
- our current educational agenda;
- an emotionally intelligent leader;
- effective professional development;
- working with teams;
- giving feedback;
- coaching for improvement;
- making meetings more exciting;
- improving teaching and learning in your area;
- holding people to account; and
- presentation skills.
‘The best CPD I have ever received. It has re-focused my role and goals in a way that has reaffirmed my beliefs’ Kathy Wharton , British School of Nanjing, China,
‘From this course, my outlook on leadership is going to change to allow myself to be the best leader possible. Every leader should have this opportunity’ Melissa Day, Amity International School, Abu Dhabi
‘It has been transformational in my own development as a leader. Be ready to self-reflect, be your best self and you will fly.’ Scott McDiarmid, Doha College
For more information please contact [email protected]
10 (Wednesday) 8:30 am - 13 (Saturday) 4:00 pm
Gitanga Road Campus, Lavington, Nairobi