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Educator Accountability: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide

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>>>Can't make it to the live sessions? Register anyway, all sessions are recorded and can be accessed immediately, repeatedly and indefinitely<<<<

Educator Accountability: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Welcome to our series designed to help leaders and managers create a team of positive Educators who take responsibility and make things happen. In this 4-part series you’ll learn a foolproof system to promote positivity and accountability in your service.

This series is designed for Nominated Supervisors, Educational Leaders, Managers, Coordinators and Head Teachers who manage teams and are looking to improve accountability. In this series you will learn strategies that the best managers use to hold Educators accountable.

You'll learn how to shift a culture of blame, excuses and denial into one of personal responsibility, ownership and accountability. We’ll explore how to create a team in which Educators quickly acknowledge their mistakes and focus on supporting each other.

You’ll learn a step-by-step process that is guaranteed to turn around bad attitudes and hold Educators accountable.


Topics

Part 1. Creating a Culture of Personal Accountability
Part 2. Attitudes – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Part 3. Creating the “Between the Flags” System
Part 4. Holding Educators Accountable and Coaching for Attitude

After this series you'll see your team take responsibility for their actions and outcomes. With these new strategies in place you'll have a team that has a positive attitude to work, takes ownership and shows responsibility.

This workshop supports Exceeding practices in element 4.2.2, Professional standards.

Session 1 Thursday 10th February 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT or 12:00pm NZDT

Session 2 Thursday 17th February 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT or 12:00pm NZDT
Session 3 Thursday 24th February 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT or 12:00pm NZDT
Session 4 Thursday 3rd March 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT or 12:00pm NZDT

Each session runs live for 45 mins

>>>Can't make it to the live sessions? Register anyway, all sessions are recording and can be accessed immediately, repeatedly and indefinitely<<<<


In this subscription purchase you'll also receive:
• Access to all 4 LIVE and interactive, 45-minute online sessions
• Unlimited email support for the term of the program
• Access to all 4 webinar recordings.
• 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.



Topic Summaries

Part 1. Creating a Culture of Personal Accountability Thursday 10th February 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT

In this session we look at how to create a culture of accountability. A culture of accountability is a service in which Educators quickly acknowledge their mistakes and focus on correcting the situation. They learn from the experiences rather than allocating blame. They keep their word and honour their promises. They push through challenges and find a way to get the job done.

Part 2. Attitudes – The good, the bad and the ugly Thursday 17th February 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT

Attitudes are more important than education, qualifications or skills. People might say the right things but you can feel their attitude. Some attitudes are going to promote team cohesiveness and others are going to destroy it. In this section we explore how bad attitudes can ruin your team and the 7 steps to turning them around.

Part 3. Creating the “Between the Flags” System Thursday 24th February 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT

Great leaders can clearly describe what “best practice” looks like. In this session you’ll learn the “Between the Flags” system and how you can implement it in your service. The “Between the Flags” system is designed to save you time and help you promote positive individual attitudes to improve team performance.



Part 4. Holding Educators Accountable and Coaching For Attitude Thursday 3rd March 2022 @ 10:00am AEDT

Some Educators find it hard to take accountability. They use denial, blame and excuses to derail the team and undermine success. Some Educators can get stuck in a victim mentality which means tough issues remain unresolved. In this session we’ll look at psychological strategies to hold Educators accountable you’ll master the art of coaching for positive attitudes.





Details

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
Single Use or Sharable: Single – Program includes email and phone support
Recording Sent: Yes automatically
Handouts Sent: Yes automatically



About the Facilitator:

Adrian Pattra is a professional educator with a Master of Education (Ed. Psychology) as well as a Bachelor of Adult Education (Human Resources).

He has held various senior management roles in the Early Childhood sector including Group General Manager and Education Director. Adrian has managed over 300 frontline and senior staff and believes that developing high quality, passionate Educators is the key to quality outcomes for children.

With over 20-years of experience, Adrian is a well-respected professional educator, both in the Early Childhood and Corporate sectors. Together with his family Adrian owns and operates a long daycare centre in Sydney’s lower north shore.

He is a passionate and fun-loving educator. The workshop draws on his experience as well as proven theoretical models and practical step-by-step strategies.

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