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A platform where we host videos and voice recordings from some of the country’s most experienced thought leaders and QELi Partners.

QELi TV informs listeners and viewers, challenges traditional thinking and encourages new ideas and strategies towards leadership within the education and corporate sectors.


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A platform where we host videos and voice recordings from some of the country’s most experienced thought leaders and QELi Partners.

QELi TV informs listeners and viewers, challenges traditional thinking and encourages new ideas and strategies towards leadership within the education and corporate sectors.


Welcome to QELi TV Webinar Series, live and informative teachings from a variety of thought leaders, covering society’s most pressing topics. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to expand your skillset through dynamic digital workshop sessions. These webinars provide you with ample strategies and ideas, which can be directly transferred into your schools and workplaces.

Browse our available webinars below, and begin to explore the boundaries of your potential today.


with Tina Radford, Radford HR

Tina Radford from Radford HR presents a series of high impact professional development webinars over the 2021 year. Participants can select any number of the webinars and engage in high-quality interactive sessions perfect for all levels of your organisation. Tina has a wealth of knowledge and experience in people management strategies.

Developing leaders in the education and business communities.

Based on her work with thousands of Businesses, Government and Not for Profit Organisations over 25 years, Tina has put together a selection of her most popular and topical people management strategies webinars packed with cutting edge tools, tips and coaching.

1. The Art of the Performance Review Conversation
2. Performance Management – ‘To Remove or Improve’ Underperformers
3. Giving & Receiving Feedback – Tips, Techniques & Tools
4. Managing ‘Difficult’ Personalities at Work
5. How to Improve Team Communication & Performance
6. Career Conversations & Retention Strategies
7. Workplace Bullying – Signs, Symptoms & Solutions
8. Hire Hard & Manage Easy – Best Practice Recruitment



with Simon Cook, Springfox

Tuesday 20 July 2021 – 3.30pm to 5.00pm QLD time

This webinar will focus on the importance of investing in your personal resilience and wellbeing to ensure that, as an educator, or someone who supports educators, you are able to deliver consistent and sustainable student outcomes as a result.

Behavioural Development of Outstanding Teaching with Ben Walden

This webinar looks at what makes a really outstanding communicator across the school community, both in the classroom and in our interaction with fellow staff members and parents.

This webinar examines a range of skills during the session including:

  • Physical and vocal presence
  • Emotional Intelligence skills with the many different personalities we encounter
  • Maintaining our own sense of purpose and well being
  • Encouraging leadership initiative at all levels
  • Meeting challenges with enthusiasm and resilience

In short, the behavioural development of outstanding teaching and management practice used at every level of school life.

This is aimed to be an inspirational online input that can offer real meaning and purpose alongside crucial tools for development.

This session will also include the opportunity for a Q&A.

Ben Walden is an international speaker and workshop leader in the realm of education. He has been a main
keynote speaker at many conferences in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Australia. He also works with
many individual schools, looking at themes of leadership and inspiring communication with both staff and –
especially – students. In the 1990’s he played several leading roles in London’s West End theatre and as a
member of the inaugural company at the new Shakespeare’s Globe. He has also spoken on leadership
and the arts at many business conferences, including at both Harvard and Columbia Business Schools


with Emeritus Professor Dylan Wiliam

Emeritus Professor Dylan Wiliam will be joining QELi to discuss the three types of formative assessment and the five strategies of formative assessment. Dylan will also be sharing a model of professional development that recognises the nature and expertise of teachers and focuses on balancing process and content. You will learn:

1. Why it is important to give teachers choice and flexibility
2. How to progress in small steps
3. How to create both supportive and accountability structures as they work to improve practice

This session will also include the opportunity for a Q&A.

Dylan Wiliam is Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London. In a varied career, he has taught in urban public schools, directed a large-scale testing program, served a number of roles in university administration, including Dean of a School of Education, and pursued a research program focused on supporting teachers to develop their use of
assessment in support of learning.


with Vic Zbar

This Webinar will examine how change for improvement typically occurs in schools as a prelude to outlining the three stages of whole school improvement and the key strategies associated with each. It will also outline the centrality that leadership has for driving improvement consistently through a school.

By the end of the session participants will have had an introduction to:

  • how school improvement typically happen
  • diagnosing the stage of development of their school
  • determining the appropriate strategies to move the school to the next stage in accordance with their annual improvement plan the centrality of leadership

This session will also include the opportunity for a Q&A.

Vic Zbar has extensive consultancy and project management experience and is recognised internationally for his writing on education and a range of education reports. Prior to the establishment of Zbar Consulting, Vic was the Assistant Director of Human Resources in the Victorian Department of Education, having earlier been principal adviser to the Chief Executive, giving him an in-depth knowledge of the work of most aspects of the then Office of Schools. He is a widely published author in both education and management. In 2014, Vic conducted a Ministerial Review of Middle Schooling for the Northern Territory. He is the co-author with Pamela Macklin of Driving School Improvement (2nd ed.): Practical Strategies and Tools.


Learn how to build a personal performance mindset, powered by resilience, to both thrive and deliver excellent outcomes for both yourself and students alike.

Ideally, participants would attend all four webinars to gain maximum benefit and be in a position to deliver sustainable ongoing benefits However, the program is modular by design to accommodate participants who are unable to attend all four to select those modules that will deliver the best personal outcomes and results.



Building happy and successful families through Emotional Intelligence

Every parent wants to have confident, resilient and happy children! However, parenting is not an easy task! With all the challenges parents face and expectations they need to meet, parenting can seem to be an overwhelming task at times.

How does emotional intelligence help? Emotions drive most of your decisions, responses and behaviours! The intelligence of managing emotions is heavily linked to the success of number of areas in life including parenting.

Developing EI competencies and modelling them to your child is the most effective way to building your child’s emotional muscle. The program is a series of 4 webinars (weekly), designed to ensure hands-on application of EI in parenting.


with Maggie Farrar, Director, Farrar Chapman Ltd

This webinar will explore the purpose of system leadership and the role of system leaders. It will look at what we have learned over the last 10 years about what works and the impact of the approach in developing school led self improving systems. It will also explore why it sometimes fails to live up to its promises and how we might address that. Finally it will look at the role of system leadership in the future, and its power and potential to create transformative, inclusive and thriving education systems.

You will learn:

  • To understand the purpose of system leadership and its benefits
  • To understand both the opportunities it can bring to individuals, schools and systems, and the challenges in sustaining it as a force for improvement long term

This session will also include the opportunity for a Q&A.

Maggie has worked as a school leader and in leadership development for over 30 years. She was previously Director of Leadership Development, Policy and Research at the National College for School Leadership and interim Chief Executive. She is now an independent Educational Leadership Consultant working internationally with jurisdictions and groups of schools harnessing the power and potential of school leadership to transform lives.

To register your interest in this program, please fill in the Expression of Interest form below, and a member of the QELi team will contact you when dates become available.

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