04 Sep 2020
08:30 AM - 03:45 PM
Power Up Your Leadership
A one day conference for those in senior leadership roles: DP’s/APs and Team leaders
We have a fantastic line up of keynote speakers sharing inspirational stories and messages.
Come along and be inspired to “Power Up” your leadership.
Plus book a pre-conference full day workshop with Professor Guy Claxton or Catherine McCullough
on Thurs 3 Sept 9.30-3pm and save $100 off the price. Quote ” Precon20″
Guy Claxton (UK) : Powering Up Your School
Leading Culture Change for Powerful Learning”.
It’s about getting beyond the hints and tips and growth mindset posters, and really getting a deep, sustained pedagogical shift in the school. “Don’t Do it, Live it!”
Marcus Akuhata Brown (East Coast, NZ) : Gifted Communicator and Maori Youth Leader
Marcus motivates and inspires people to hit higher levels of performance and they leave his presentations with a fresh perspective on life.
He’s a gifted communicator and has travelled the world extensively – he’s done everything from meeting the Queen and dining with members of the Royal family to working with the poor and marginalised in countries around the world.
Marcus will inspire you with his powerful message. He tells of how glass lids of low expectation and achievement were lifted off his life and how, through positive encouragement, intuitive goal setting as well as having the courage to break out of comfort zones, led to a life of excitement, adventure and purpose.
Catherine McCullough (Canada): Aspiring Leaders – A Journey of Growth and Discernment
Those who are newly appointed leadership positions or are aspiring to leadership positions need to build on their existing leadership skills and continue to build their leadership capacity.
Catherine will share the foundation of successful leadership practices and a framework /process of a leadership growth plan. Building on powerful mindsets and skill sets to support individual and organizational success.
The importance of the development of those personal leadership resources that underlie strong leadership practices is emphasized along with presenting strategies for continued growth and success.
Nathan Wallis (Christchurch, NZ) : The Neuroscience of Learning
Captivating audiences over 200 times per year in New Zealand, Australia and Internationally, Nathan Wallis provides an informative narrative on how our day-to-day interactions with children and young people, significantly the early years, plays a critical role in defining later outcomes for our children.
Reflecting on the latest neuroscience discoveries, Nathan provides in-depth clarity, focusing on how we as individuals and a society as a whole can use this knowledge to create better outcomes for our children and for our future.
Nathan Wallis brings the positive and practical implications of ‘conscious intelligence’ into everyday life.
Ian Taylor (Dunedin, NZ) : One of NZ’s foremost Technology Innovators
Ian was brought up in a small East Coast village on the North Island of New Zealand. He was seven when electricity arrived at his home. It was 1957. The telephone arrived a couple of years later. He didn’t know it at the time but three years after he got electricity at his house, New Zealand got its first computer.
Ian’s story mirrors New Zealand’s growth from its days as an agriculture-based economy. He laboured in the freezing works during the school holidays. Through the swinging 60s and 70s he was a singer in a rock and roll band, before being called up in the army. By 1980, he had completed a law degree and started an entirely new career in television, where he was part of an industry that went from black-and-white film to colour video and on into the digital age.