Uncertainty and System Change: What to do now

With Professors Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullan

Overview of the course
  • Leave with a clear and cogent plan for thriving under the new age of LA-free leadership
  • Address the three biggest leadership dilemmas:
    • accountability
    • policy overload
    • sustainability
  • See workable, world-researched sessions on:
    • securing accountability
    • embedding change
    • leading learning 
    • becoming a system player
    • collaboration
  • Reduce bureaucracy and increase autonomy
Dates & Locations

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Description

Michael Fullan and Andy Hargreaves are worldwide authorities on educational reform, advising policymakers and school leaders around the world. Their current focus is, unsurprisingly, on liberating leaders at a school and system level.

As policy drives towards a “self-improving system” with greater academisation and the expansion of MATs, Andy and Michael provide
examples of successful models from around the world.

This full day’s training shows you how to exploit policy reforms to:

• increase your autonomy from the bureaucracy

• take the initiative rather than being led by the initiatives

• move beyond the preoccupations with measured achievement alone

• achieve collaboration that has impact and integrity

• create great teaching, rather than allowing policy to make teaching

This training is:

  • Ideas-driven

  • Evidence-based

  • Strategically powerful

Additional information

Course Type

Conferences, Leadership & Management

Job Title

Assistant Head Teacher, Deputy Head, Head Teacher

Key Stage

Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 5

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