Personal effectiveness and time management: working smarter, not harder (part one)(EDGE003)

Provider: NAHT
£195.00 (no VAT on this item) Non-member price
£150.00 (no VAT on this item) NAHT Edge member

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Description Time and self-management become even more important when you’re leading others. This interactive course will enable you to reflect on your effectiveness, identify time-stealers and consider how to use your precious time more effectively. It will explore the importance of prioritising activities and engaging in forward planning. There is also a second part to this course available, which will provide opportunities for you to identify actions for improvement and reflect on progress.
Duration 09:00-13:00
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https://www.nahtedge.org.uk/Yourdevelopment/Coursecalendar/Trainingcoursedetailpage?dateId=464
Categories Leadership and Management, Management, Management, Management, Head of year / Pastoral leader, Business Manager, Head of Department / Faculty, Personal Development, Work-life Balance, Performance Management, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This course is suitable for middle leaders and school business managers. This course aims to achieve the following: reflect on the importance of a healthy work-life balance; evaluate work activities and consider how best to prioritise important tasks; explore the habits of highly effective people; consider the importance of assertiveness and saying no; and develop an understanding of delegation and its potential for growing others

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Details

This course is run by Dr Christine Greenland who was a senior leader in schools before she led the learning and development team at a large local authority. She project managed the introduction of performance management for the Department for Education and Skills (as was) across 19 local education authorities in the south east, and later became a regional leader on the workforce reform programme for the Teaching and Development Agency for Schools.

She has experience in leading many large and complex teams. Her work focuses on supporting leadership and management, the development of continuing professional development in schools and coaching. As an independent consultant, she works with middle and senior leaders in schools from a wide range of settings, nationally and internationally.

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.