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August 19, 2019

Take The Next Step On Your Leadership Journey

An item from my Kiwi readers.

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Te Whakaahu Hautūtanga | Advanced Leadership
Kia ora Michael

Applications now open for Advanced Leadership February 2020 cohorts.

If you’re thinking about your professional development for next year, an opportunity exists for those embarking on a leadership journey.

Designed specifically for women in education, the Advanced Leadership programme focuses on the interpersonal and behavioural dynamics associated with a senior leadership role.

Delivered over six months, participants are supported by a dedicated facilitator using a variety of rich resources within an online learning platform.

Applications are open for the Advanced Leadership programme, with cohorts commencing in February next year. We offer a specific Early Years’ cohort, as well as combined cohorts for Primary and Secondary educators.

You will be inspired to take action through the programmes’ five engaging modules:

1. Mindful and authentic leadership
2. Conflict and feedback
3. Mastering influence and negotiation
4. Leading innovation and change
5. Creating your pathway

Explore more about the modules 
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Previous participants have acknowledged the quality of materials and facilitation within the programme, along with the impact on their leadership journey. Here’s what they had to say.

Priced at $1899 +gst, places are limited, so applying early is recommended. Feel free to share this email with female colleagues who may also be interested in this opportunity.

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He hōtaka hāpai i ngā wāhine mātauranga ki te eke momoho i ngā mahi hautū.

Ngā mihi,
CORE Education

Please contact Programme Lead, Elizabeth Craker with any enquiries.

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August 15, 2019

CORE Blog: Voices From The Pacific – Lost In Translation

One for my Kiwi readers.

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Voices from the Pacific – Lost in translation

By Traci Sietu

E lē falala fua le niu, ‘ae falala ona o le matagi. The coconut tree doesn’t sway on its own, but is swayed by the wind. How do we define culture? Who is responsible for developing one’s culture? What measure and importance is given to an individual’s culture? At what age do we develop a

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New Zealand

August 11, 2019

Virtual Cafe – Reminder

One for my Kiwi readers to begin their week.

August 8, 2019

June Newsletter

One for my Kiwi readers that showed up in my inbox last night.

 

August 5, 2019

VLNP Publication

An item for my Kiwi readers.

Kia ora whanau

We feature in an article in the latest Ako Journal.

https://akojournal.org.nz/2019/07/25/virtually-connected/

Thought you might like to see :)

Proud of the difference we are all making for learners around the country!

Thanks Kath & Lorraine for speaking to the NZEI writer.

Ngā mihi

Rachel Whalley

ePrincipal
vlnprimary.school.nz

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