Full course description
Date and time
Thursday 13 August 2020, 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Online – a zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are wanting to understand how to thrive rather than survive through disruption, challenge and change.
Educational leadership isn’t getting any easier.
Shorter deadlines mean less time; streamlined teams mean fewer people and budget constraints reduce resources. The social and work environment is complex and changing at a pace beyond our capacity to keep up. Classroom leaders are feeling the pinch through exhaustion, burnout and stress. Learning how to create and sustain personal energy is critical for classroom leaders to meet the volatile and uncertain environment of the Decade of Disruption.
We need to understand the root cause of leadership success. Becoming AntiFragile helps classroom leaders learn how we make ourselves fragile and how to develop AntiFragile Energy for themselves and their students. Are you ready to Become AntiFragile?
"Thanks so much Paige - this has been inspiring, practical and helpful - loved it!" previous participant from June 2020 sessions
- Knowledge of what it means to be AntiFragile
- Understanding how we make ourselves fragile
- Understanding of the power of AntiFragile personal energy
- Strategies to create and sustain AntiFragile even when times get tough.
Dr Paige Williams
Dr Paige Williams gets to the root cause of leadership success. Using a potent blend of positive psychology, neuroscience and leadership together with her own research and over 20 years international business leadership experience, she provides clear, practical, evidence-based solutions to help leaders understand how to learn to thrive through disruption, challenge and change.
A PhD from the University of Melbourne, Paige is an Honorary Fellow of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education and an Associate of Melbourne Business School. Her clients include Specsavers, Swisse, TAC, Methodist Ladies College, Geelong Grammar School and The University of Melbourne.