Registrations now open for Bastow's Creating a High Performance Learning Culture program, intake 7 in North Melbourne.
The Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership and Cambridge Education would like to offer all past, present and aspiring Business Managers the opportunity to attend to two free events:
Elective Program: Extend, Stretch & Grow - Thursday 27 July 2017
You will have the opportunity to work individually, with partners and in mixed groups to practice your skills and extend your knowledge and understanding.Three sessions will be on offer this year from which you will have an opportunity to attend two.
Masterclass - Wednesday 23 August 2017
This day will provide you with an opportunity to stretch your understanding of your role as an effective leader. The 2017 program will offer three sessions focusing on areas that extend your leadership skills and provide you with opportunities for support and challenge. Facilitated by experienced presenters, the Masterclass delivers collaborative learning opportunities that focus on the Advanced and Entrepreneurial levels of the Leadership Development Continuum.
Meet Charlotte Rendle-Short.
What do you enjoy most about being a Cambridge Education facilitator?
Working as a Cambridge Education facilitator, it is really important to me to be part of a network of experienced and highly qualified professionals. Each Cambridge Education facilitator brings a wealth of understanding arising from our very different backgrounds, which means that together we are able to meet the needs of schools across the state and within all sectors. Being part of this network enables me to continue on my journey of learning and growing.
What has been your career highlight?
I have been exceptionally fortunate to be someone who has thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of my career. However, one of the greatest privileges of my 40 years in education was to coach, mentor, support and challenge principals and senior teams in the schools that belong to United Learning – a large UK educational management organisation. Working with and making a difference for hugely diverse schools across the whole of England was immensely rewarding and humbling.
What key strategies have assisted you in your role as Cambridge Education facilitator?
Probably the most important strategy I have in my toolbox is to pay a lot of attention to asking powerful questions – questions that help leaders to think and to flourish. And the second key strategy is to be and enable others to be a “belief magnet”. Believing in others and communicating that belief enables them to increase their own self-belief to the point where they own that belief themselves.
What does success mean to you?
Success is the enjoyment of being engaged in the intellectual challenge of the task itself together with the buzz of being stimulated by others. And in the end, the real success comes from knowing that I am making a difference.