We’ve all sat through meetings that are a complete waste of time and energy. More often than not, the success of any collaborative team meeting depends on the person running it. And that’s very much the case in schools focused on becoming professional learning communities (PLCs).
Drawn from the best-selling book, Collaborative Teams That Work, acclaimed authors Gavin Grift and Colin Sloper will take you through an informative online experience – helping you to strengthen your facilitation skills to hold effective, transformational meetings.
This webinar will teach you to strengthen your facilitation skills to hold transformational meetings. Drawn from the best-selling book, Collaborative Teams That Work, acclaimed authors Gavin Grift and Colin Sloper will take you through an informative online experience to help you:
- Understand your role as facilitator
- Create an interactive and engaging agenda
- Establish a clear purpose that encourages collaboration
- Use technology as a resource, not a roadblock
- Make space so everyone is heard
- Ask questions that foster inquiry
- Read the room
- Avoid distractions and team members going off task.
Join us today to make your next meeting a success and ensure your students reap the benefits of your collaborative efforts.
Want to learn how to supercharge your meeting facilitation skills?
Learn from two acclaimed authors by registering for this highly practical session today.
Gavin Grift is the founder and CEO of Grift Education. Gavin’s passion, commitment, humour and highly engaging style have made him one of Australia’s most in-demand presenters. Through his keynotes, seminars, and coaching services, Gavin connects with national and international audiences on how to cultivate authentic collaboration, build success in others and genuinely commit to reflective practice. His belief in the development of defined professional autonomy for educators challenges and connects the head and heart of his audiences. He has led the development of PLC networks across Australia, culminating in the establishment of the Centre for Professional Learning Communities. As a leading Hawker Brownlow Education author he has combined his beliefs, research and experiences on the importance of collaboration and coaching to co-author numerous books including 5 Ways of Being, Teachers as Architects of Learning, Transformative Talk, and Transformative Collaboration.
Colin Sloper is a leading expert and author on Professional Learning Communities. Colin works with systems, schools, leaders and educators to transform them into high-performing professional learning communities, and build their capabilities to operate as members of highly effective collaborative teams. His books include Voices from the Field, Transformative Collaboration and Collaborative Teams that Work. He was instrumental in leading his school to become the first recognised PLC at WorkTM school in Australia, which subsequently led him to supporting other systems and schools across the country in their PLC journey. Colin’s skills as an educational leader, speaker and coach – alongside his practical advice and knowledge as someone who has transformed schools – are highly sought after by educational organisations across all sectors.