Developing a Shared Culture of Coaching and Mentoring to Enact Leadership in your Service/School and Beyond

Date: 2nd, 16th, 30th March, 2022
Location: Online at your place. Zoom links will be sent two days prior to the workshops.

These workshops are designed to support all current leaders to learn the tools and skills to create and foster a culture of mentoring and coaching within and outside of their setting. It is designed for leaders across the education sectors: early learning, primary and High schools.

As leaders in the education sector we have a responsibility to our tamariki/rangatahi to balance accountability with team member’s growth and development. In environments that are constantly shifting and unpredictable we need leaders, and aspiring leaders, who are able to look after their own well-being, as well as have the skills and tools for creating a coaching and mentoring culture that enhances outcomes for all. 

Michela Homer has designed these three workshops and two peer coaching sessions aligned to the Leadership Capability Framework from Teaching Council and Montessori pedagogy. The workshops will provide concepts and learning for transforming the work of guiding, managing and leading adults for solving challenges in complex times and will be a mixture of theory and discussions, with the peer coaching sessions allowing participants the opportunity to put theory to practice.

We are capping this course to 30 kaiako.

If this sounds interesting to you, we invite you to join us for these three interactive workshops and two peer coaching sessions.

Workshop Topics and Outline
Workshop one
Developing the potential in others: Meaningful coaching and mentoring others through active listening. 

Being an effective coach and mentor requires leaders to have certain skills in order to grow others. In a climate where we’re striving to build leadership capability and a sustainable workforce, this is critical. In this session, we’ll explore some coaching and mentoring tips and frameworks as well as develop understanding of active listening as a way to really ‘hear’ and develop others.

Workshop two
Emotional Intelligence

Understanding your own emotional intelligence and the impact that this has on you and others, is critical in leadership. In this session, we’ll review the components of EQ and also discuss strategies on how to truly understand and improve your own so that you can be a better leader.

Workshop three
Resolving issues and conflict: Root cause analysis.

Having those ‘challenging’ conversations to support change. 

We often hear that this is the ‘biggest’ challenge of many leaders or aspiring leaders. How do you hold someone to account whilst maintaining the relationship? In this session, we’ll support you to develop a framework and skills for doing this effectively in a way that builds capability and capacity as well as giving you ways to ‘stop the noise’ and dig into the root causes that may be driving the conflicts.  

Dates
Workshop 1: Wednesday 2nd March 2022

Peer Coaching: Week commencing 6th March 2022. Attendees will be paired up to set up and plan a peer coaching and mentoring session with each other. (30mins-1hr)

Workshop  2: Wednesday 16th March 2022

Peer Coaching: Week commencing 20th March 2022. Attendees will be paired up to set up and plan a peer coaching and mentoring session with each other. (30mins-1hr)

Workshop 3: Wednesday 30th March 2022
Resolving issues and conflict: Root cause analysis.

Time for  workshops: 6:30-8:30pm

Before the workshop commences you will be sent a link to complete a short questionnaire to aid guidance for the workshops.

Your registration fee includes access to all three workshops.  ZOOM links and will be emailed closer to the event after your payment has been received and processed.

If this sounds interesting to you, then we invite you to register today and join us for these three interactive online workshops.

 

Facilitator

Michela Homer was elected to MANZ Council in 2013 and was re-elected in 2015. She is currently a Regional Manager in the Lower North Island for Provincial Education. Michela believes that the work we do must be grounded in effective, meaningful relationships. It never ceases to amaze her how when we work collaboratively, we can make a real difference for tamariki and their families. She is motivated and inspired to work alongside her teams and MANZ to lift and improve outcomes for children, parents and teachers and to provide the best that we possibly can. She completed her Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) 3-6 diploma in London in 1994 and has worked in a variety of ECE and Montessori centres in Aotearoa.

Developing a Shared Culture of Coaching and Mentoring to Enact Leadership in your Service/School and Beyond

Date: 2nd, 16th, 30th March, 2022
Time: 6.30-8.30 pm
City: Online at your place. Zoom links will be sent two days prior to the workshops.

Full Registration: $205
MANZ School Member: $130
MANZ Individual Member: $145
Register and Join MANZ as Individual Member: $211
Register and Join MANZ as Student Member: $175

More info on the Registration Types

Full Registration Rate
The full registration rates are for delegates who are not eligible for MANZ member rates.

MANZ School, Organisation and Student Member Special Rate
If your early learning service or kura is a member of MANZ, all your staff and parents receive a special school member rate. If your organisation is a member of MANZ one person will receive this member rate. Student members of MANZ can also register for this rate.

MANZ Individual Member Special Rate
If you are an individual member of MANZ you will receive the special individual member rate.

Becoming a MANZ Individual Member
If your service or school is not a school member of MANZ, you have the option to join MANZ as an individual member for $66 pa and then register at the individual member rate. You will also receive two MANZ publications; the hard copy magazine Montessori Voices and the teacher e-zine Informed each term as part of your membership.

Becoming a MANZ Student Member
If you are currently studying you have the option to join MANZ as a student member for $40 pa and then register for at the rate offered to teachers at MANZ member schools. MANZ may ask for proof of current student identification. You will also receive two MANZ publications; the hard copy magazine Montessori Voices and the teacher e-zine Informed each term as part of your membership.

All pricing in NZ$