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Building a strategic mindset (members only) is a Course

Building a strategic mindset (members only)

Jul 28 - Jul 29, 2020

$780 Enroll

Full course description

Date and time

Wednesday 29 July 2020, 9.30 am to 3.30 pm 


This learning event is right for you if you are looking to improve your skills in working and thinking more strategically


This one-day program will expose participants to current research and provide activities and tools to equip them with the skills to think and work in a strategic way. The program utilises and includes a 2020 subscription to Harvard ManageMentor® and ManageMentor Spark™, two exciting on-demand learning and performance support resources. It delivers evidence-based materials and tools that are fuelled by the latest in thinking and proven practices from Harvard Business Publishing’s world-class experts. 

This is a partnership between Harvard Business Publishing and Independent Schools Victoria and is for members only.

Spark your learning on the day and continue a personalised, learner-driven experience to suit your time-frame and needs using these two sophisticated, curated and powerful digital platforms.

Key takeaways                

  • latest research regarding building a strategic mindset
  • tools to support strategic thinking
  • identification of relationships, patterns and trends that affect your strategic decisions
  • ability to explore the difference between strategic planning and strategic thinking.

Presenter information

Karen Milkins-Hendry

Karen Milkins-Hendry is Dean of The Development Centre at Independent Schools Victoria. Her 26 years working in schools included leadership experience that spanned across pastoral and academic areas with extended periods as Acting Principal. This background provided valuable strategic skills and experience to bring into both the development and implementation of leadership programs. With a teaching background as broad as Specialist Mathematics and Chemistry through to VCE Theatre Studies, Karen relishes her current role of engaging with the broader educational community with a view to providing evidence-based support to the unique improvement journey of schools.