A recent Linden Learning Early Years Leadership commissioned course.
Managing Change and Developing New Thinking is an opportunity for Early Years Leaders to be part of a peer action Learning set.
Maximum participants per group: 8
Targeted at Headteachers, Heads of Children’s Centres, EYFS coordinators, PVI Managers.
Can be targeted at those with satisfactory or inadequate outcomes to support improvement, or for ‘high flyers’ for challenge, support and reflective practice to develop in good and outstanding practice.
Experience suggests that sets can become self-facilitating in the longer term and are much valued by participants as a significant in transforming their thinking and improving practice.
- To develop understanding of and skills in action learning.
- To develop the potential for self-facilitating action learning peer groups.
- To enable practitioners to develop new thinking to solve their greatest work challenges with support from peers.
- EY Leaders will have benefitted from an ongoing group of peers to develop their thinking and transform self-identified challenges in their work.
- They will have learned new skills in asking open questions, problem solving, active listening and presenting issues to others.