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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
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Themes

This module starts with you and asks you to consider your leadership identity - what type of leader do you want to be? In this module participants will reflect on their values, purpose and vision for their school and self. In preparing to lead, participants will also learn tactics to support their personal wellbeing and resilience.  

vision, values 
and understanding

01

02

building reflective 
and responsive practice

Your mindset is vital to how you engage with your leadership and role and can impact staff and students. This module introduces participants to some of the challenges surrounding communication and self-awareness in schools and focuses on the importance of student voice. Participants will explore the role of emotional intelligence and coaching in developing a leadership mindset.  

03

enhancing 
school relationships

In this module, participants will focus on their relationships with their team, colleagues and school community. Participants will explore the importance of trust, collective efficacy and collaboration in building a cohesive school community and supporting student outcomes. 

In this module, participants will challenge their current perspectives on conflict and its role in schools. In light of the increasing complexity of relationships within the educational context, participants will explore ways to develop understanding and confidence to engage in conflict with students, parents, staff and community members. Participants will also learn to sit with emotions and respond to the emotional demands of their role.  

navigating conflict 
and fostering connection

04

05

committing  
to leadership

In this final module, participants will consolidate their learning and celebrate their achievements from the program. Participants will explore their immunity to change and build a coherent and dynamic plan for future growth.