August 18th, 2017
We have worked with over 20 schools to support leadership and staff teams.
For these teams the aims have been to:
We chose the MBTI to support this development as it provides powerful feedback to individuals in a way that is appropriate for sharing with other people. It enhances the team members’ understanding of each other in way that feels safe and non-threatening.
Whilst the workshops followed similar formats, each was tailored to the needs of that school with facilitators gathering a clear understanding of the challenges facing each school prior to the workshop.
The style of the workshops was drawn from our knowledge and experience of:
The format for the workshops is:
Objectives for the workshop
Outline for the workshop
Feedback from Headteacher:
“Kate delivered excellent leadership training on the last two days of term! It has really made us all believe that the Infants and Juniors are now one team and by the second day she even cracked the unbelievers!! The training was so beneficial and achieved so much in two days so please can you pass on my sincere thanks again to Kate.”Feedback from a Headteacher:
Feedback from participants:
“A fantastic day, which has made me think and work a lot.”
“Understanding the important contributions different personalities make to our organisation.”
“To accept that those you normally wouldn’t always work with could be your biggest support.”
“A wonderful and interesting session.”
The self evaluation was most useful – a team needs to have a mix of different personalities.
August 18th, 2017
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