The Courage to Lead: Cultivating Strong Learning Relationships
The learning relationship is one of the most important relationships an educational leader has the privilege to build. It has the potential to transform people and change organisations.
Leading learning requires nurturing a shared responsibility, a sharp focus and a willingness to do things differently.
That means it can be risky!
It also means leading is more about empowerment and not power!
In this seminar, Educational Leadership expert Kelly Goodsir, will share anecdotal data from her 2018 ‘Educational Leadership Pilot Program’ which she undertook with twenty-nine Early Childhood Educational Leaders over a period of six months.
Through her findings, she has been able to draw some important conclusions for all leaders to consider in their practice of leadership.
Mobilise teams through coaching relationships
Overcome isolation and individualism in turn for unity and collaboration
Become more comfortable with challenges, differences and difficulties and learn how to embrace problems as an invitation to explore and innovate.
Disrupt traditional paradigms by pushing past old frameworks and advocating for new realities
Find your way as a leader through authenticity, courage and kindness
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
With over 20 years in the early childhood industry, Kelly has utilised her wide scope of experiences across the sector to deliver innovative and customised approaches to training and coaching. She holds a Masters of Educational Leadership ECE, a Cert IV in Training & Assessment, Bachelor in Early Childhood Studies and a Diploma Teaching Early Childhood.
WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
PRESENTED BY KELLY GOODSIR, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF KELLY GOODSIR CONSULTING