Full course description
Date and time
Session 1: Tuesday 4 August 2020, 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Session 2: Thursday 20 August 2020, 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Session 3: Wednesday 2 September 2020, 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Session 4: Tuesday 13 October 2020, 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Online – a zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are looking to enhance your personal and professional wellbeing through understanding yourself and others during difficult times.
Join a limited cohort of twenty leaders in this ground-breaking new program from highly acclaimed coach and author Gavin Grift.
Only educators understand the pressure that comes from working with young people, their parents and colleagues. Even though you love your work, when a crisis arises, either on a global scale or at a personal level, it can be hard to focus, find clarity and work out a way to move forward. This could include a disruption at home, trouble with a colleague, a particularly difficult student or a rate of professional change you don’t feel you can keep up with.
This program, specifically designed for educators has been created to help you access the thinking tools and support you need to develop and sustain clarity, confidence and motivation, now and for the long term.
Learn essential thinking techniques from leading education experts and reclaim control of your world with this insightful and life-changing program.
Gavin is an exceptionally warm, empathetic and responsive coach, presenter and facilitator. Participants in his exceptional coaching workshops have come away feeling inspired, enriched and resourceful - Stuart MacAlpine Director of Teaching and Learning UWCSEA East in Singapore, Director of Education Sky School
- the Crisis Outcomes Roadmap
- understanding of the four stages of crisis and how to use them to take charge of your situation
- practical strategies that can be applied in high stress situations
- seven proven dispositions critical to dealing with crisis
- capacity to deal with others who may be experiencing intense difficulty
- the ability to master self-control in moments that seem out of control
Gavin Grift is the Founder and CEO of Grift Education. Gavin’s passion, commitment, humour and highly engaging style have made him one of Australia’s most in-demand presenters. Through his keynotes, seminars, and coaching services, Gavin connects with national and international audiences on how to cultivate authentic collaboration, build success in others and genuinely commit to reflective practice. His belief in the development of defined professional autonomy for educators both challenge and connect the head and heart of his audiences.
Gavin is co-author of Collaborative Teams that Transform Schools (2016), Transformative Collaboration (2016) and Teachers as Architects of Learning (2018)