About this two hour training webinar:
As leaders, we are regularly faced with handling difficult conversations with our teams. If conversations are successfully managed, your team will be engaged and work productively. If they’re not happy, are they as productive as you need them to be? As a leader you can set the standard on how to approach challenging conversations, and ensure they’re managed correctly.
From September, 2019, after a period of consultation, the new Ofsted Inspection Framework will come into force. One of the most important changes is the addition of criteria setting out the responsibilities of leadership in managing teacher workload and wellbeing. This is set out in the ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ descriptors in the Leadership and Management section of the Inspection Handbook.
This webinar from the School Mental Health Group helps you to understand how you can handle difficult conversations with your staff and strategies you can implement to ensure a happily more committed staff which in turn helps you meet the new Ofsted requirements. If your school follows the advice contained in the webinar, you will not only find handling these conversations less stressful for yourself, but also help to grow commitment and engagement in your team through your leadership actions.
Our message is simple: If you want to create a culture of wellbeing and achievement, it starts by understanding and potentially changing behaviour and specifically yours.