QELi is delighted to partner with Loupe, Andrew Jones and Michael Hines to offer you School Leader Performance and Wellbeing Webinar Series.
Traditional school leader wellbeing interventions are often designed to address problems once they’ve occurred and often lack the contextual relevance to reliably impact practice. They also often fail to make crucial connections between wellbeing and performance and how each supports the other. This webinar series draws upon many years of collective research and practice working with schools and educators in Australia and right across the world. Loupe specialises in supporting school leaders to collectively understand and ideate interventions aligned with school strategic improvement initiatives – which empower learning leaders to drive the enhancement of team wellbeing and performance.
Through the application of school improvement research, educator wellbeing enhancement and leveraging systems thinking approaches; this webinar series will support participants to:
- Build their own capacity and efficacy as a school leader
- Build the capacity and efﬁcacy of their schools’ professional workforce
- Inﬂuence the systemic school-based factors that impact individual and collective wellbeing
- Drive a more positive culture for leading, teaching and learning
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
$700 + GST = $770.00
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Your Facilitators – Andy & Mike
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Andrew Jones is an expert in learning design and teacher professional development. His research interests include School Learning Culture and Education Leadership Development. Andrew has been working in schools in a range of school settings as a teacher, principal and leadership coach for over 25 years. He led the closure and regeneration of four failing schools in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and he has a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. Andrew now consults regularly with practitioners, researchers and policy makers across Australia and has worked extensively in New Zealand as well as the Paciﬁc Islands, Europe and in the United States. His work with the Victorian Department of Education has been focused in the area of teacher and middle-level leadership. His work with the coaching departments of both the Melbourne and St Kilda Football Clubs, his role as Principal in Residence in the Australian Research Council’s Science of Learning Research Centre (University of Melbourne) and as education advisor at Smiling Mind, have helped to create a highly unique skill set relevant for many contexts.
Michael Hines is a Registered Psychologist with a passion for helping people function at their best. His expertise lies in the related fields of Mindfulness and Wellbeing Science and he has worked extensively with individuals, schools, and businesses throughout his career. His passion for mindfulness stems from a personal meditation practice and professional development spanning two decades. Michael has taught Mindfulness at Monash University, UNSW and in organisations across Australia. Michael recently spent 4 years as lead mindfulness expert at Smiling Mind where he was responsible for the design and delivery of workshops and training across all schools, workplaces and general community programs. His role included content and program development, workshop facilitation, and providing oversight and guidance in the strategic direction of Smiling Mind products and programs. Michael now consults directly to schools and organisations on the intersection of mindfulness, wellbeing and performance.