Corporate Education course
The need to transform schools through effective leadership due to the complexity of the issues facing the sector, has highlighted the need for professional education and staff development. The challenge now facing many senior and middle managers is how to successfully combine the role of educational leader and institutional manager.
With specific education management topics, we focus in detail upon high quality leadership and development opportunities and in doing so provide a vehicle for those wishing to develop their leadership and management skills. This course combines theoretical perspectives on leadership, from outside of and inside of education, with practical school-based applications. Participants will gain a range of practical strategies that they can employ to improve their own leadership practices.
Mr Greg Latemore is an Industry fellow at UQ Business School and lectures into the MBA programs. He established his own consultancy practice in 1993, specialising in leadership development, strategic alignment and executive coaching. He presents conferences, writes articles and is a regular book reviewer. Greg has been a management consultant for nearly thirty years, with clients throughout Australia and New Zealand in both the private and public sectors.
Professor Brian Caldwell is Managing Director of Educational Transformations Pty ltd in Melbourne and Associate Director of iNet (Global) International Networking for Educational Transformation) of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust in England. From 1998 to 2004 he served as Dean of Education at the University of Melbourne where he is currently Professorial Fellow. He has held leadership positions in schools in Australia and Canada.
Mr Damien Brennan is the Director of Damien F Brennan & Associates which specalises in leadership, management and learning services. he has over 30 years experience as an educator and an educational leader. For 13 years he was a member of the Leadership Team of Brisbane Catholic Education, one of the largest non-government employers in Queensland with over 10,000 employees and 64,000 students. During hs period in leadership, this schooling system experienced a 305 growth in enrolments.