29 April 2020

Leading Remotely

Positively influence your school team during challenging times to maintain productivity and wellbeing. 
  • Video
  • Seminar

Emotions influence the quality of the decisions we make, behaviours that we demonstrate and our productivity.

The ability of school leaders to positively engage and influence their teams is higher during periods of productivity; being able to understand the environment and emotions teams are operating within are critical. 

The period of remote teaching and learning added a level of complexity to this that has never been experienced before. 

This recording explores practical tools and techniques for leading a remote team and positively influencing their wellbeing and productivity in a crisis environment.

This resource was developed by the former Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership.  

Length: 1:13:46


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