This live webinar has taken place but you can still watch on demand.
This is the first of three webinars for all aspiring leaders who want to apply for leadership positions and develop a stronger leadership presence by looking at strategies and techniques that help you to define and articulate your skills, talents and motivations - what makes you special.
This webinar is not about 'fixing' you but about offering you choices in how you choose to act and behave. The webinar will look at how you sustain and develop a more powerful sense of self and authentic leadership style.
The Education and Training Foundation and Women’s Leadership Network are inviting aspiring leaders of any gender to join a series of three webinars in February. Under the ‘Confidence to Lead’ banner, the sessions will tackle how to build your personal brand, understanding the effects of privilege and bias, and dealing with self-doubt.
They are aimed at individuals who want to apply for leadership positions and develop a stronger leadership presence by looking at strategies and techniques that help to define and articulate their skills, talents and motivations.
Chloë Hynes reflects on the year she undertook Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) and the emotions that came with it, from initial feelings of being overwhelmed to a pride in challenge herself and pushing boundaries.
Mark Hobson, former lecturer in Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE), teaching Maths, Statistics and Engineering Principles, explains why he believes learning styles must be taught as part of teacher training and not become a ‘box-ticking’ exercise.
In this blog, Charlotte Bonner, National Head of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), discusses her insights from two sessions at the World Skills UK CPD event, ‘Developing excellence in teaching and training’.