Leaders' Connect #7: July 30th

Kryptonite for leaders- ‘commanding’ leadership in a collegial age…

One of the most significant leadership lessons borne of the COVID -19 crisis has been a renewed sense that the ‘buck stops’ with school leaders who have had to make sharp decisions and deploy a ‘take charge’ attitude. This sort of ‘commanding’ leadership is not often experienced in our profession. We are well-versed with collaborative and collegial leadership, we embrace ‘flat’ leadership approaches and see our jobs as enabling others to grow in their leadership. But COVID-19 has reminded us that commanding leadership is not a ‘dirty word’ and there are many instances in our schools that require strong, powerful, informed, and direct leadership.

Leaders' Connect #6: moving from ideas to action July 2nd 2020

Leading change – moving from ideas to action

New Zealand is full of great ideas in education… but without a clear pathway for change it is unlikely that a great idea will make it to being a great solution

Leaders' Connect #5: Harnessing Student Agency June 18th 2020

Harnessing Student Agency

During the COVID Rāhui/lockdown, educators reported tangible benefits and perhaps surprising increases in engagement from many of their students learning from home. Nicola Ngarewa and Chris Jansen explore how might we take these insights about student agency and translate them into change practices in our schools?

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April McLennan – Founder Limitless Charitable Trust

April McLennan is the Christchurch – based founder of Limitless Charitable Trust. Limitless is an organisation with a mission to see young people navigate their pathways to work with greater agency, and to pursue work that aligns with their strengths and values

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Bridget Williams – World Economic Forum Global Shaper + CEO Bead and Proceed

Bridget is the CEO of Bead and Proceed which educates people about the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in order to inspire action towards change.

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Josiah Tualamali’i – PYLAT Council – Pacific Youth Leadership And Transformation

Josiah Tualamali’i was one of the founders of the Pacific Youth Leadership and Transformation Trust (PYLAT), and is a company director on four boards, and wants to grow Pacific voices in governance.

Leaders' Connect Series #4 June 4th 2020

Leading for equity: What’s our next step?

Eru and Cheryl share some insights for leaders to actively support an equitable future for Aotearoa, New Zealand.

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“Leading networks by re-thinking organisational structures: Hannah Rhodes”

Hannah Rhodes shares her insights with organisations specifically Generation Zero

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“What is the LinC Cultivator?”

The story of a programme nurturing and supporting the 'invisble' leaders in the community

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“Reaching across boundaries to collaborate” – Professor Brad Jackson

"Collaboration is not when you team up with your friends, but when you reach your hand of across the divides to those very different than you"

Grow Waitaha

“Grow Waitaha Wellbeing Community of Practice 2018-2019”

All schools in Canterbury collaborating for 2 years to improve the wellbeing of their students and staff

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“Leading networks by re-thinking organisational structures: Chris Jansen”

Insights into how Leadership Lab organises itself in a non-hierarchical way