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Tiaras, Tantrums and Teamwork.
Whenever a team of personalities come together sparks can fly. Great teams can funnel this energy into new ideas and stronger relationships
In this webinar we explore the secret lifecycle of teams and discover which stage causes conflict and how to progress your team to success.
We look at why some Educators are mistaken for lazy and entitled and how to create an environment where teams can flourish.
In this amazing webinar you’ll
Uncover the 4 stages of team development and how you can evolve your team.
Discover the 10 ‘Trust Essentials’ to improve communication and reduce conflict.
Learn psychological strategies to keep your team motivated and in FLOW
Master the art of creating a harmonious and respectful team.
Designed specifically for Early Childhood and OSHC teams. Join us for this amazing webinar and help your team thrive.
Wednesday 31st March 2021
10:00am - 10:45am AEDT
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Target Audience: Teachers / Educators, Leaders and Managers working in LDC, FDC, Preschool, Kindergarten and OSHC. Format: Live interactive webinar Presenter: Adrian Pattra Certificate: Yes, one per enrolment NESA Registered: No Register PD hours: No Single Use or Sharable: Sharable with your immediate team. Recording Sent: Yes automatically Handouts Sent: Yes automatically
About the presenter:
Adrian Pattra is the education director of Farran Street Education. In this role he manages the day-to-day operational and educational outcomes. Adrian has been involved in adult education for the past 15 years, he holds a Bachelor of education and a Master in educational psychology. Adrian has worked with a range of Children Service’s organisations, providing them with the tools to improve their competency and learning frameworks, while creating a culture of continuous learning. For the past 20 years, Adrian together with his family has a small long day care service on Sydney’s lower north shore.