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Resilience Masterclass

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An opportunity for school leaders to explore strategies and techniques to build and sustain their resilience

School leaders love the job that they do and recognise that in a climate of intense accountability and responsibility, at times, you need support to manage the demands and to develop strategies to enable you to have an improved sense of well-being and resilience.

This new half-day masterclass is run by the Education Support Partnership, a UK charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the entire education workforce and have been in existence for over 140 years.

Aims

  • Provision of an opportunity for reflection and understanding of factors that affect personal resilience
  • Explore the attributes and characteristics of resilience
  • Use of time and energy in the role of a school leader
  • Develop strategies to cope with the pressures experienced at work
  • Realise the importance of effective relationships at work and the challenge of the binary life in a school context
  • Take some time to look at when these approaches to resilience can be utilised by other staff

Objectives

  • Understand the characteristics and behaviours that support resilience

  • Develop a greater understanding of your own drivers and how to positively influence your reactions to pressure and stress

  • Gain new strategies to enable an improved sense of well-being and resilience

  • Be able to take back a range of ideas for developing resilience in your staff

Facilitator

Tony Swainson, Nigel Gann or Sue Hugo

Audience

Head teachers and senior leaders

Locations and Dates

To book your place, please click on the location and date below

2020

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