Webinar Recording: Developing student leadership culture

Presented by Michael Grose

The development of children’s leadership capacities begins in primary school when teachers nurture leadership skills and attributes in their students. An effective student leadership program plays a significant role in establishing a culture of care, empathy and personal responsibility within a school. This results in more teaching time, less problems in the school yard and a happy school environment. In this webinar, Michael Grose shows teachers the domains of leadership and how to bring leadership development into classroom life.

Key learning and discussion points include:

  • the key elements of an effective leadership program
  • why emotional intelligence is an essential leadership capacity to develop
  • the habits of the mind that contribute to effective leadership and how to encourage them in students
  • why mentoring and modelling are an essential part of student leadership development
  • how to engage parents and carers in your leadership program
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Michael Grose, founder of Parenting Ideas, is one of Australia’s leading parenting educators and an award-winning speaker who has been informing and inspiring audiences around Australia and internationally for more than 20 years.

He is a bestselling author of 12 books for parents including the best-selling Why First Borns Rule the World and Last Borns Want to Change It.

Michael has had parenting segments on The Project, The Today Show, Weekend Sunrise, 3AW, ABC radio and more. He has contributed to Huff Post, Kidspot and Mamma Mia, and is a former columnist with News Ltd and Fairfax newspapers.