The Leadership Series - Leading and Influencing Change

LEVEL 5, Bahrain
April 17 - 18, 2020

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Leading change can often be a daunting and complex task regardless of project scope. Learn how to implement leadership frameworks, leverage tangible strategies and mitigate the potential pitfalls of your next change initiative.

About this Event

"Change isn't really as hard as we thought if we capture people's interest and give them enjoyable, worthwhile experiences." - Michael Fullan

Whether you’re introducing learning portfolios, deploying a 1:1 device program or shifting to a new curricular framework the challenge is inherently the same. How do you ensure the initiative is not only successfully implemented but sustainable in the long term?

This two day workshop will explore a strategic approach to leading and influencing change within schools. Participants will immerse in case studies, examine a variety of comprehensive frameworks, identify practical techniques and explore tools that better support those affected by change.

Want to learn more? Check out these '7 steps to leading successful change'.

Who is it for?

  • Current and aspiring school leaders

 

 

What will you do?

  • Create a compelling case for change
  • Identify and communicate project scope
  • Empower community agents and extend influence
  • Codify, share and scale success
  • Mitigate risk, problem solve and sustain momentum
  • Leverage practical project management tools


About the Facilitator, John Burns

John Burns is the Chief Innovation Officer for International Schools Services (ISS), a nonprofit that has launched over 100 international schools and placed over 50,000 educators worldwide. He primarily works on creating cultures in which innovation can spark and is the architect of the LEVEL 5 innovation hubs in Asia and The Gulf. Prior to ISS he led Shekou International School's shift to contemporary practice and has also previously worked for Apple assisting schools and jurisdictions with organizational change. John has developed apps that have been featured in TV advertisements worldwide and has taught in the UK, Australia, China and Taiwan.