This webinar has taken place but you can still watch on demand.
This is the third in a series of three webinars aimed at all aspiring leaders who want to apply for leadership positions and to develop a stronger leadership presence. The webinar will explore how self-doubt and imposter syndrome impacts on how we fulfil our leadership potential. The webinar will explore strategies and support options to help overcome feelings of self-doubt that undermine confidence and wellbeing, and ultimately can hold us back from making the kind of impact we want to make.
The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) 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.
View past webinars in this series (now available on-demand)
Resilience. Recovery. Building back better. Reconnection and Re-engaging: These are common words in the current landscape of education and workplaces and was the topic of a recent SET Special Interest Group event I was invited to attend, writes Georgie Ford, Advanced Practitioner in Mental Health and Wellbeing at Weston College.
The Education and Training Foundation’s Head of Professional Status and Standards, Andrew Dowell, explains how Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) fills the gap for advanced teachers looking to demonstrate their mastery.
Webinar with Dr Paul Demetriou and Joanna Georgiou, lecturers in Education at NCC Havering, on understanding effective differentiation. Learn more about whether differentiation is the same for learners of different ages and the barriers teachers face when using differentiation with adult learners.