Join NASA, Philips and HSBC at SSAT’s most prestigious new leadership programme
If school leaders are now responsible for multi-million pound budgets and for workforces on a par with major enterprises, isn’t it time we looked seriously at leadership habits to match?
How do the world’s most successful organisations “do” strategy, innovation, change and culture? How do we take the best of what they can teach us and harness it to supercharge our new, school-led system?
These are the questions we’ll be answering in SSAT’s much anticipated new leadership programme, High Performance Leadership, working with some of the world’s biggest names to help answer them. We will be drawing heavily on influential research among global leaders in different sectors.
How the programme works
This 15 month programme is comprised of six seminars, hosted by world leading organisations, and attendance at the SSAT National Conference.
|1||Setting the strategic vision and establishing a positive organisational culture||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|2||SSAT National Conference (one day)||Keynotes and Practitioners||30 November 2017||Manchester|
|3||Leading under pressure||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|4||Innovation – securing success through creativity and an entrepreneurial mindset||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|5||Creating and leading high performing teams||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|6||Leading change and managing risk||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|7||Creating a culture of success||TBC||TBC||TBC|
- Lessons from the world’s highest performing organisations
- Academic support and reflection to define the learnings for your own leadership context
- Behind the scenes visits to major enterprises
- Build a support network among the CEOs and executive heads who will be your fellow delegates
- Join a powerful and supportive professional network of leaders
“The opportunity to work in partnership on this game-changing new programme is both exciting and essential as we move forwards into a new era in education. SSAT has a long track record of being pioneers in leadership – this partnership takes it to the next level.”
Anne-Marie Duguid, Director of Education at SSAT