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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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Portland, Oregon 97204

 

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Catholic schools' MIDDLE LEADERSHIP 
PROGRAm

A powerful learning experience linking self, school and system.

MODULE AND WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS​

FACE-TO-FACE WORKSHOP 1: (2 DAYS)

Introduction to the Program and Module Overview

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.

ONLINE MODULE 1: (2.5 HOURS) 

Leadership in the Catholic Context: Examining Self, School and System

Central to Module 1 is the theme of self as a leader in the Catholic context. The module focuses on the Catholic identity, and the influence of faith and emotional and social intelligence. Participants are encouraged to identify their leadership values and uncover their core purpose as a leader.

ONLINE MODULE 2: (2.5 HOURS)

Leading Learning Environments

Module 2 focuses on leading inspiring, inclusive environments through understanding of one’s context and its impact on leadership. System and school influences, such as AITSL standards and system-specific continuous improvement standards, will be explored in this module. Participants will also work through and apply the five dimensions of effective leadership to their context as a Catholic education leader.

ONLINE MODULE 3: (2.5 HOURS)

Fostering Great Teams

Module 3 provides an overview of what makes a high-performing team, and the impact of efficient and effective middle leadership on the Catholic schools system. It explores the importance of trust to effective leadership and across teams. Participants develop skills around team collaboration, and how to motivate and inspire other staff.

ONLINE MODULE 4: (2.5 HOURS)

Leading Change

Central to Module 4 are themes of why change is important, how we lead it and how we grow teams to successfully nurture talent and resilience. Participants are introduced to the concept of professional capital and develop effective communication, persuasion and influence skills.

FACE-TO-FACE WORKSHOP 2: (1 DAY)

Reconnect and Presentations

This is a summative workshop which facilitates reconnection between participants and provides a synthesis of the program components. Participants will also present on the outcomes of their Personal Leadership Project. The workshop is an opportunity to discuss the overall learning journey, how participants feel they have developed as leaders and how they see themselves in the context of their school, system and the broader Catholic world view.

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