Women in Leadership: Creating a Culture of Care in the Workplacepresented by Mary-Anne Murphy
‘Leading Women in Education’ is uniquely designed to empower women to lead from a space of authenticity, confidence, clarity and hauora/wellbeing.Based on her work with hundreds of women in educational leadership, and as a past Principal herself, Mary-Anne fuses the latest research in positive psychology, neuroscience, leadership development, gender science and wellbeing principles into cutting-edge content and programmes that empower Leading Women.This selection of stand-alone workshops are carefully selected to meet the needs of Leading Women in Education. Whether you are wanting to get into positional leadership, develop your own self-leadership, or are already within a leadership role, these workshops will ‘speak’ to you.
Creating a Culture of Care in the workplaceIn 2016 NZEI commissioned a study on Principal and Teacher wellbeing. We cannot leave Wellbeing to chance. It requires a systemic review and strategic approach.Through this day you will look at how you might do the following with your school community:School-wide Wellbeing review at both a people and systems level Facilitate the development of a Wellbeing policy, procedures, strategic and twelve month development plan.