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Key to sustaining collaborative cultures is being able to effectively manage and resolve conflict, develop resilience, lead and cope with change, and give and receive constructive feedback.

​​​​These workshops will develop your knowledge and skills in effective executive and human resources management, communication, collaboration and leadership.

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Effectively manage resistance to change

By learning more about the psychology of change resistance, you can approach change in a positive and proactive way, giving you the skills to envisage, develop, implement and sustain change in your school.

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Developing Resilien​ce in self a​nd others

Research reveals that resilience is a set of skills that can be learned and developed. Develop your own resilience and learn to respond positively to stressful situations, sustain personal wellbeing and assist others to thrive.

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Manage and resolve conflict

Examining how you respond to conflict and understanding the dynamics of conflict will assist you in managing and resolving conflict in your school.

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Give and Receive Constructive Feedback

Learn more about the importance of reflection, goal setting and the use of multiple sources of evidence when judging the quality of student learning. Practice and rehearse giving feedback in a manner that is focused and constructive.

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Coac​hing Co​nversati​ons

Build foundational coaching skills so that you can effectively support the development of others and enhance levels of motivation and commitment.​​

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Dispute resolution and mediation

Principals come up against conflict on a daily basis, particularly when managing challenging behaviours and parent complaints. Develop a range of strategies for dealing with difficult situations to achieve the best outcome for everyone.

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Have challenging conversations

How do you respond 'in the moment' to challenges and obstacles? Examine a range of tools and techniques to prepare for difficult conversations and reduce the incidence of high-stress situations.

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