Agile Leadership Masterclass with Dr Simon Breakspear 2019
Do you want to be better equipped to lead and manage complex change?
Do you want a practical process and tools to more effectively implement your plan for educational improvement?
Educational leaders are expected to improve a range of valued outcomes under conditions of increasing change and uncertainty. Agile leadership is a dynamic approach to leading improvement that will enable leaders to create impact despite the increased complexity and ambiguity that they face in their roles.
This one-day masterclass will provide a clear framework to enable any leader to take action. You will gain a clear understanding of the agile agile mindset, processes and tools that can help them to accelerate their team’s current improvement work and manage complex change. Leaders will determine key focus areas for action, design an agile plan and be equipped to take 50 days of rapid action back in their own unique contexts.
Leaders will learn how to:
- understand the drivers of the growing complexity faced by school leaders
- analyse why default approaches to leading educational change so often fail to achieve their intended outcomes
- explore and build confidence in adopting agile ways of leading improvement, innovation and change
- understand how to develop impact models and run agile impact cycles to test and refine
- incubate changes at a small scale in order to gain rapid feedback in the early phases of implementation
- gather and use evidence to steer and refine improvement work
- develop the mindsets and patterns of behaviour to be able to flourish as a leader in times of change and situations of high uncertainty.
- adopt the plans, routines and ceremonies of highly effective agile teams
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Phase 1 - Program Preparation
You will receive an email with preparation for the program and workshop details.
Phase 2 - Workshop
You will determine key focus areas for action, design an agile plan and be equipped to take 50 days of rapid action back in their own unique contexts.