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Course Update - Julie Taylor - 9th/10th Feb

The following course is fast approaching therefore, we wanted to draw your attention to this CPD opportunity! Click HERE to be taken to the link.

9th/10th Feb 2016 - Julie Taylor's, Motivation & Resilience in Pastoral Care.

After 20 years teaching chemistry, leading and managing, in both the UK and UAE secondary education sectors, Julie decided to embark on a new season. With a growing desire to see the unique potential in students unlocked Julie spent two years researching individual and relationship development. She is now a certified professional coach for individuals and teams (CPCC, ACC, ORSC) with experience coaching in schools and businesses.

Educators know the power of class and school culture on students; that there is so much implicit learning that takes place as they observe the role modelling of teamwork and leadership in action. With this in mind Julie’s skills, observations and passion has culminated in Relationship Education and Coaching programmes for schools. These are based on current individual and team development strategies, including resonant leadership, growth mindset, neuroscience and emotional intelligence. Her programmes provide powerful individual learning, experience of coaching tools and the opportunity to develop coaching skills that will impact on the learner, their team and their students.

The programmes could also be used for leaders within one school. This would provide the additional benefits of team development and a greater depth and sustainability of learning within that school. Here, there is also the opportunity for the programme content to be specifically designed for the school’s needs.

Purposeful living and sticking power – just a dream?

This is a teaching and coaching programme for leaders who want to see more of this dream become reality in their own school role and in the life of their peers and students. It is about exploring the questions ‘What motivates, what demotivates and how can we build resilience in students and teams?’ It is about exploring our pastoral roles, expanding our knowledge and understanding the critical ingredients for our own motivation and resilience, and having tools to help others uncover motivation, build resilience and strategies to encourage well-being along the journey. This programme is rich in experiential learning, personal reflection, current development theories and coaching tools. It involves practising coaching, exploring language and attitudinal energies, creating individual action and review plans, and producing a roadmap to support drive and commitment in others.
This programme offers you the opportunity to be an explorer - try new things, play, dream, have fun, face challenges, ‘fail’, be inspired, create, find something new.

Who should attend?
1) Pastoral leaders and anyone who wants to be able to uncover motivation and build resilience in themselves and others
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2) This programme could also be used for leaders within one school. This would provide the additional benefits of team development and a greater 
depth and sustainability of learning within that school. Here, there is also the opportunity for the programme content to be specifically
 designed for the school’s needs
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Aims of the Course
Provide experiential learning opportunities for leaders to increase their personal awareness and choice in the following areas:

1) Uncovering Motivation in self and others
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2) Building Resilience in self and others
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3) Encouraging self-worth and well-being


Intended Learning Outcomes
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  • Awareness of basic psychological needs for well-being and their impact on motivation and resilience
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  • Explore ways of deepening and strengthening own motivation and resilience
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  • Create a personal vision for their work within their school
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  • Awareness of demotivating factors, different cultural motivators and motivation approaches.

  • Use a variety of strategies and tools to uncover motivation in others
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  • Create a roadmap to motivation
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  • Gain basic knowledge of psychological parts of the brain and the changes during adolescence
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  • Awareness of beliefs and mindsets that support and challenge resilience
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  • Use a variety of strategies and tools to encourage resilience in self and others.

  • Create a roadmap for resilience
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  • Be able to coach someone dealing with setbacks
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