Session 1: Wednesday 23rd September 5-6pm BST
Book yourself some thinking time
The ground will continue to shift quickly for schools in September. Whatever happens, we’re ready for it and we’ve got your back. We’ll cut through the noise of pandemic guidance for you so that you can make the right calls, right there and then for your school.
Short sharp wisdom squeeze with David Price OBE – Author of ‘The Power of Us’ with a chapter on collaborative problem solving pioneers in education. The much anticipated book went straight to the top of the Amazon best sellers within day of its release in Sep 2020.
Session 2: Monday 28th September 5-6pm BST
Be the cool head every school crisis needs
We give you the chance to sit down and really quiz veteran strategic leaders from senior government, armed conflict and world-class leadership institutes on how to stay resolutely strategic whilst making sure operational decisions are keeping your community safe. However things look this academic year, we’ll get you the answers you need most.
Panellists – Lord Jim Knight (former Minister of Schools and Learning), Katy Granville-Chapman (former Iraq-posted British Army officer and joint author of ‘Leader – Know, love and inspire your people’) and Dr. James Daizel, Academy of International School Heads and Head of the NIST International school in Thailand.
Session 3: Wednesday 30th September 5-6pm BST
Stop neglecting strategy...
….to get sucked into the operations your team can already handle! Time to leave operations with your middle leaders and look to the next problems and the next opportunities on the horizon that you should be looking out for ahead of everyone else. A crucial session to pivot away from middle leadership operations to truly senior leadership strategy. Without feeling guilty or out of control. Introduction to curriculum innovations to foster recovery.
Panellists – Baasit Siddiqui – founder of Siddiqui Education and TV’s Gogglebox regular, Paul Burrows Deputy Headteacher and Stevie Gamble, Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator at Alderwasley Hall School and Sixth Form, John Galloway Advisory teacher, Consultant, trainer and writer and a specialist in the use of technology to improve educational inclusion, Carol Allen Carol Allen is a National and International education advisor for ICT and Inclusion
Session 4: Monday 5th October 5-6pm BST
Coach yourself through each crisis to reach your true goals beyond
Surely the point of keeping going through a crisis is to reach something better on the other side. Sometimes the middle of a crisis is the best time to dream big and to plan big. Then to make it all happen. The United Nations and the UK’s National Health Service are both testimony to dreaming big in a crisis. Now it’s your turn. And we’re here to help get you there.
Session 5: Wednesday 7th October 5-6pm BST
Support your school community by being part of our global support community
Feedback from Leadership Lemonade 1.0 praised the highly interactive and responsive short, sharp sessions that allowed us to quickly build a community of mutual support from all over the world. You told us absolutely everything that was keeping you up at night and if we couldn’t find solutions within our coaching groups, we brought you the best answers from practitioners and global thought-leaders alike.