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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

Office of the National Director, NESLI
Global Schools Leadership Alliance
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DEPUTY PRINCIPALS
LEADERSHIP COLLOQUIUm

The Deputy Principals Leadership Colloquium has been developed to meet the needs of a senior cohort of school leaders. Accordingly, participants are expected to hold or be actively working towards a senior leadership role within their school. Admission into the program is at the discretion of the NESLI Admissions Committee. In some cases written endorsement from a senior colleague maybe requested in order to gain entry to the program. The learning intentions for this program are:

They've accomplished the program

The Deputy Principals Leadership Colloquium has helped and convinced many people over the years, here is some of their feedback.

Themes

Modules

The Deputy Principals Leadership Colloquium employs an integrated learning methodology combining expert tuition, peer knowledge sharing, practical workplace application, and guided personal thought and reflection. During the program participants will undertake the following elements:

The Deputy Principals Leadership Colloquium employs a blended learning methodology based around expert tuition, peer knowledge-sharing, and practical workplace application. Throughout the program, activities and discussions are related back to the day-to-day realities and challenges of the participant group ensuring the learning is contexualised to their specific needs. Additionally, the program aids participants in creating life-long professional networks.

The program equips participants with the insights, skills and confidence to accelerate their own development as they strengthen the performance of those around them. 

Capability assessment

Peer Coaching sessions

Interactive content sessions

Self-paced learning modules

This program is approved for 12 credit points towards Monash University’s Master of Education and Master of Leadership. Subject to Monash University admission requirements.​​

Monash University

Contributes for 50 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 5.2.4, 6.3.4, 7.1.4 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Lead Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

NSW qualifications

Sharon Solyma,

Manager, Bond University

"Without any hesitation I highly recommend the Executive Ready program. Unreservedly"

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Leadership and
authenticity

02

Communication Presence and Influence

03

Team
Dynamics

04

Driving
performance

05

Leadership Innovation
and change

06

Thinking
Strategically

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Purpose, priorities and professional development

Leadership Innovation
and change

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Thinking
Strategically

The Deputy Principals Leadership Colloquium is an integrated twelve month leadership program that focuses on the critical dimensions of effective school leadership.​

"The sequencing of learning in the program was carefully structured, allowing learners to delve deeper into the resources as we progressed through the course. Since beginning the course, I have managed a significant promotion which I am quite sure would have not been possible without the applied learning and experience of the program."​

Victoria Manner,

Senior Environmental Health Officer, Banana Shire Council

This is an enjoyable course. It is sufficiently challenging and I am learning a lot about myself, my leadership style and my team. Moreover, I am applying the learnings and making changes to the way I think things through, approach challenges and how I encourage my team."

Darran Stutz-Grimmond,

Acting Deputy Principal

Develop the capabilities to lead successfully.

Engage in a process of continuous self-development.

Apply the learning gained to broad contexts.

Provide opportunities to work with peers.

Facilitate growth in others.

Support the application of learning to school practices and context.

Embrace a transformational ‘leader as learner’ mindset.

Self-paced learning modules

Throughout the program, self-directed learning content is accessible via our state of the art online learning management system (LMS) allowing participants to engage with it at any time from any device. Content includes high quality video tutorials, ‘best practice’ leadership literature, experiential activities and reflective tasks. Throughout the program, participants are also free to connect with each other 24/7 via the LMS and discuss ‘top of mind’ issues.

Interactive content sessions

Throughout the program participants engage in nine live online sessions, focused on rich discussion and debate, relevant to each topic area. Accessible from any mobile or desktop device, and conducted outside of regular classroom hours, these sessions create a regular connection point enabling collaborative exploration of key ideas and concepts.

Peer coaching sessions

During the program participants enter into a peer coaching/ mentoring partnership with a co-participant. The peer coaching/ mentoring process is an important element within the program enabling participants to hone their skills as role models and mentors within their school.

Capability assessment

Participants undertake a capability assessment to evaluate their ability and confidence in key areas. Results from this simple assessment support each participant to develop a personal action plan to help them achieve their developmental objectives.

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