Effective Leadership

HOW TO BE AN OUTSTANDING SUBJECT LEADER

Lead, Manage and Inspire your colleagues to achieve outstanding levels of performance
About this course

Do you want rigorous and effective systems of monitoring and evaluation?

Do you want proven strategies for maintaining long-term progress in your department?

Do you want real-world answers to the everyday questions that all subject leaders face?

Leading a subject area effectively is one of the most important elements in securing high-quality teaching and learning in all schools. By focusing on your role as a leader of learning, this course will help you to establish and maintain your vision, get the best out of your team and ensure high-quality outcomes - all whilst maintaining sanity and perspective about the role.

 

As an award nominated author (Best Secondary Resource at BESA Awards) for 'The Subject Leader' - Steve is uniquely placed to offer expert guidance, ideas and strategies on how to fulfil the role of Subject Leader effectively. Steve has delivered this course to several thousand teachers over the last seven years and it is Dragonfly Training’s most popular course. Delegate feedback is always massively positive with delegates regularly commenting that the course is ‘inspirational’, ‘grounded in reality’ and hugely relevant to their role.



Course Outcomes:
  • Acquire realistic and practical solutions to problems relating to staffing, resources and performance
  • Receive the very latest information regarding ways of working with data
  • Understand the importance of the leadership of learning as the core role of leadership
  • Come away feeling enthused and energised with increased confidence in your ability to lead
Course Outline:
Setting the Context

Skills, disposition and features

Priorities and focus

Schemes of work

Planning for learning

Self-evaluation

Interrogating data properly

Sampling - what does and doesn't work

Lesson observations - what they do and don't show and how to improve them

Subject meetings - getting more out of them

Leading, Managing and Coping

Leading and managing the differences

What kind of leader are you?

Types and preferences

Wendy Imperato

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Mary Chapman

mary@dragonfly-training.co.uk

+44 (0)29 2071 1787
WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?

“Dave was great at presenting the course in a way that can be relevant to our unique situation. There was plenty of information included yet it was not information overload, as time was given for processing. The work booklet and powerpoint presentations suited the workshop. Overall - really well done. I'd happily use Dragonfly again and Dave's leadership.”

Director/Head of School , Bingham Academy

Very informative - delivered with humour. I would really like to do more training with Dragonfly, as I enjoyed learning new things.

Teacher , Taif Primary School

Steve was very knowledgeable and was well organised with his materials. He was approachable and I felt comfortable asking any questions that I had.

Teacher , Jewish Community Secondary School

Very well prepared and presented course. Just what we asked for . Thank you.

Deputy Head , Queen's College

This course will have been pivotal to my new leadership role next year. Forming, empowering and leading my team will be done with the knowledge gained from this course.

Teacher, PSHE , Bingham Academy

Highly engaging, an eye-opener. Have learned a lot and feel more confident about stepping into this role.

Teacher , CIA First International School

An excellent course! Very well planned and organised. Looks at all angles of how to be an effective subject leader!

Head of PE , Shrewsbury International School
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