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February 2019

NOTOSH’S GUIDE TO AGILE LEADERSHIP | BRUSSELS | 28 FEB – 01 MARCH

February 28 @ 8:00 am - March 1 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
€495 – €700

For decades, the direction of a school was decided by its Head, Board, and other leaders. Today, we know that's not anywhere near good enough. School leaders can't define a school in isolation or decide on how they want a school to develop, without involving those closest to what they do: students, parents, staff, and teachers. NoTosh partners with many of the world's leading international schools to co-design process to do just that, with an incredible scale of participation. In…

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April 2019

MANAGING AND EMBRACING CONFLICT (ML COURSE) | MADRID | 9-10 APRIL 2019

April 9 @ 8:30 am - April 10 @ 4:30 pm CEST
€495 – €700

This two-day course focuses on the vital work leaders must do to manage and embrace conflict in their professional lives. During the course, participants learn to identify when they are in a conflict and what their roles and responsibilities are within such a situation; strategies and protocols to draw on for further conversations / dialogue / discussion to prepare for, engage in, and manage conflicts; and to explore ways to recognise and avoid conflicts.The course will address the following questions:…

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BUILDING AND LEADING TEAMS (ML COURSE) | LONDON | 27-28 APRIL 2019

April 27 @ 8:00 am - April 28 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
€495 – €700

In this two-day course, these questions are explored: What are some characteristics of a highly functioning team? How can I facilitate the creation of a team focused on student learning? How can protocols, structures and norms facilitate thinking and a focus on student learning? What types of conversations are critical, and when are they likely to occur? What processes and behaviours can be prepared in advance to enable difficult situations and conversations to be well managed? From the extensive body…

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June 2019

BUILDING & LEADING TEAMS (ML COURSE) | SAN FRANCISCO | 20-21 JUNE 2019

June 20 @ 8:30 am - June 21 @ 4:30 pm UTC+8
French American International School, 150 Oak Street
San Francisco, CA 94102 United States
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£495 – £700

In this two-day course, these questions are explored: What are some characteristics of a highly functioning team? How can I facilitate the creation of a team focused on student learning? How can protocols, structures and norms facilitate thinking and a focus on student learning? What types of conversations are critical, and when are they likely to occur? What processes and behaviours can be prepared in advance to enable difficult situations and conversations to be well managed? From the extensive body…

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July 2019

CULTURE OF LEADERSHIP (ML COURSE) LAKE FOREST ACADEMY, USA | 1-2 JULY 2019

July 1 @ 8:30 am - July 2 @ 4:30 pm UTC+0
Lake Forest Academy, 1500 West Kennedy Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045 United States
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$565 – $795

This core module focuses on the unique and crucial aspect of effective operation of international teacher leadership at the middle level. During the course, participants explore critical aspects of the middle leader role, enhancing understandings, developing knowledge and building and practising skills aimed at strengthening their effectiveness as middle leaders. Participants leave the course with clear plans to assist them in the practical and effective application of their learning. The course will address the following questions: What does research claim…

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MANAGING & EMBRACING CONFLICT (ML COURSE) LAKE FOREST ACADEMY, USA | 1-2 JULY 2019

July 1 @ 8:30 am - July 2 @ 4:30 pm UTC+0
Lake Forest Academy, 1500 West Kennedy Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045 United States
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$565 – $795

This two-day course focuses on the vital work leaders must do to manage and embrace conflict in their professional lives. During the course, participants learn to identify when they are in a conflict and what their roles and responsibilities are within such a situation; strategies and protocols to draw on for further conversations / dialogue / discussion to prepare for, engage in, and manage conflicts; and to explore ways to recognise and avoid conflicts.The course will address the following questions:…

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