Sadly, too many change initiatives in schools fail before they have started. This is usually because more attention has been given to what the change is rather than how the change initiative will be implemented.
This course concentrates on how change can be implemented successfully and introduces leaders or future leaders to a widely used process that has proved highly successful in schools and businesses.
Whether you are a middle leader, senior leader, Headteacher, or a future leader, knowing how to implement change will be vital in your role.
Facilitator: Geoff Hewitt
Geoff Hewitt is a leadership and management consultant and training provider for schools and colleges. As a former teacher with over 35 years in secondary schools including 20 years’ experience at senior leader level, Geoff established his own consultancy and training company in 2008, designing and delivering leadership programmes and courses for local authorities, clusters of schools as well as individual schools and academies.
Geoff is currently providing Leadership programmes for the Preston Teaching School Alliance, the East Lancashire School Support Alliance, and Chorley and South Ribble Schools.
Geoff also works with individual schools designing bespoke training and consultancy for all levels of leadership.
For more details regarding bespoke work, please contact Geoff:
Tel: 07710 523 493 or
· Why change initiatives often fail in schools
· 8 areas that leaders need to focus on when trying to initiate change
· Introduction to a process model that helps change initiatives be successful
· How the process can help you to deliver sustainable change in your area
Venue: Archbishop Temple School, St Vincents Rd, Fulwood, Preston PR2 8RA
Date: Tuesday 21st November 2017
Time 4pm— 6pm
Any queries regarding the course or your booking please contact Paul Cairns
PLEASE NOTE: 14 days’ notice must be given to cancel a course to avoid a cancellation charge.
Bookings are still being taken for this course.