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Office of the National Director, NESLI
Global Schools Leadership Alliance
111 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 3150
Portland, Oregon 97204

 

Email: info@nesli.education

Phone: 844 652 5944

Web: www.nesli.education

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Themes

The first theme introduces participants to a values-based operational framework as they explore the relationship between personal authenticity and effective performance. Participants take a deep dive into the traits and behaviours that define exceptional leaders in today’s society; and consider how to synthesise their personal aims and objectives with that of their role in order to optimise their impact and stay focused on their goals.

MINDFUL AND AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP

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ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP

In the school environment, not everything can be fixed with a technical solution. In this theme we delve into the theory of Adaptive Leadership and have a closer look at the six principles that underpin the theory. Participants explore how to identify and work on an adaptive leadership challenge in their workplace and focus on working through the challenge as part of their program.

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CONFLICT AND FEEDBACK, THE DNA OF PERFORMANCE

When handled effectively, conflict leads to a better awareness of other people’s feelings and can be highly productive. The second theme approaches conflict and feedback as proactive performance management tools and fundamental ingredients in effective communication.

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MASTERING INFLUENCING AND NEGOTIATION

Our ability to effectively influence and negotiate with others is fundamental to success in all areas of life. As leaders we use these skills every day to settle differences and achieve optimal outcomes for our school. This theme will explore the psychology involved in influencing others and negotiating for a particular outcome.

We live in a fast paced and rapidly changing world where resilience is critical. In our schools, personal stress levels are on the increase from higher workloads and changing demands as we try to adapt and respond to the new needs of our students, staff and school community. This theme focuses on targeted strategies for managing the individual emotional demands associated with school leadership challenges.

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WELLBEING AND RESILIENCE

As our everyday environments increase in complexity it is easy to become distracted by the immediate at the expense of what’s truly important. The final theme centres on developing a coherent and dynamic ‘game plan’ for future career and life fulfilment. Within the context and expectations of their own workplace, participants consider the steps required to fully realise their career potential.

CREATING MY PATHWAY

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This theme focuses on the leadership qualities involved in driving innovation and change. Participants will identify their own immunity to change and explore the barriers and resistance which can hinder innovation and change. Participants then examine leadership challenges during times of crisis, gaining an understanding of the way in which they can help build a flexible, agile organisation. 

LEADING INNOVATION AND CHANGE

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