Early Childhood Management Series
Early Childhood Management Series
This series is designed for nominated supervisors, educational leaders, managers and coordinators who have a strong understanding of early childhood education and are looking to improve their management capabilities. The series is designed for managers just starting out and for those already on their way.
The Early Childhood Management series is the ultimate educator management toolkit. It provides solutions to some of the more challenging aspects of our role. Above all else, the series is designed to create ambitious, courageous and powerful leaders in early childhood.
The following webinars are included in the Early Childhood Management Series:
- Time Management for Managers
- Building Strong Leadership Teams
- It's a Knockout – Resolving and Preventing Non-Functional Conflict
- Building Trust in EC Teams
- Eliminating Gossip and Promoting a Positive Culture
In this subscription purchase you'll receive:
- Access to all 5 LIVE and interactive, 40 minute online management webinars
- Unlimited email support for the term of the program
- Access to all 5 webinar recordings.
- Webinars start Friday March 19th 2019.
- All webinars have a "watch it live" or "watch it later" guarantee. You can watch a recording of the webinar at a time to suit you.
Register today to reserve your place.
Time Management For Nominated Supervisors - Friday 15th March 2019 @ 10:00am AEDT
Being time poor is perhaps the biggest hurdle in being an effective manager in an early childhood education and care setting. So many people say, "If I didn't get so many interruptions, I might actually be able to get something done!"
In this 40 minute webinar we'll use the Eisenhower Matrix to separate urgentversus importantand explore how to plan to ensure the right person is doing the right job, at the right time. We'll look at time-saving tools to significantly improve communication with educators and families. These tools can save you literally hours each day.
Building Strong Leadership Teams - Friday 22nd March 2019 @ 10:00am AEDT
Have you ever found that you’re in charge of doing everything? Sustainability, accident reviews, parent complaints and even the event coordinator's role is on your to-do-list. It shouldn't be that way, it takes many great leaders to build an exemplary service. Services should aim for strong autonomous leadership teams.
In this 40 minute webinar we'll explore how, as a manager, you can empower teams of educators to independently shape tasks, share knowledge and embrace innovation. Strong leadership teams have a range of subject-matter experts who are specialists in their roles. Shared leadership is strong leadership.
It's a knockout - Resolving and Preventing Non-Functional Conflict - Friday 29th March 2019 @ 10:00am AEDT
Sometimes even the most harmonious teams struggle to cope with the stress and pressure of our fast-paced environment. This often leads to miscommunication and non-functional conflict, which can derail the entire team.
In this webinar we'll explore Roger Fisher and William Ury’s Interest-Based Relational (IBR) approach to resolving conflict. We'll unpack strategies to help separate people from the problem, learn how to establish a workable plan and discover how managers can mentor educators to achieve long-term productive relationships. "An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind." – Mahatma Gandhi
Building Trust in EC Teams - Friday 5th April 2019 @ 10:00am AEDT
A team without trust isn’t really a team: it’s just a collection of staff working together—like parallel play, but for adults. A group working like this will often make disappointing progress. They don’t share information. They battle over responsibilities and authority. It doesn’t matter how capable or talented your people are, they may never reach their full potential if there’s no glue to bind them together.
In this 40 minute webinar we'll explore how trust can help teams become stronger, more purposeful and more cohesive. We'll unpack the ten trust behaviours needed for a high-performing team and discuss how you can promote these behaviours through your role as a manager and leader. When people trust each other, the team becomes stronger, more purposeful and more cohesive.
Eliminating Gossip and Promoting a Positive Culture - Friday 12th April 2019 @ 10:00am AEST
Just as you and I have personalities, teams have personalities too. Some teams are fun-loving, future-focused and open to change. Other teams are negative, stuck in the past and resistant to new ideas. The culture or personality of the team is often influenced or controlled by the manager or leader of the team.
In this 40 minute webinar we'll explore five key levers in creating and maintaining a positive service. By focusing on how we communicate, celebrate, make decisions, resolve conflicts and develop relationships we can create a culture that promotes high performance and a sense of belonging.
Target Audience: Teachers / Educators, Leaders and Managers working in LDC, FDC, Preschool, Kindergarten and OHSC.
Format: Live interactive webinar series
Presenter: Adrian Pattra
Certificate: Yes, one per enrolment
NESA Registered: Yes. It will contribute 3 hours and 20mins of NESA Registered PD addressing 6.3.2 and 7.2.2 from the APST towards maintaining proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Register PD hours: Yes, per enrolment
Single Use or Sharable: Single – Program includes email and phone support
Recording Sent: Yes automatically
Handouts Sent: Yes automatically