Kindly and Effectively Tackling Under-Performance in Schools – Session 3 of 3
Thursday, April 21, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Being a senior leader in school following a global pandemic is an extremely challenging role. Sonia Gill, Director of Heads Up, is offering a series of three sessions to give you all the tools to put you on the right track for success. These sessions represent fantastic value for training that VNET members have found invaluable in the past.
These sessions will help senior leaders to strike a balance between setting high expectations for the school whilst offering the leadership, support, and kindness staff need to ensure the school is thriving.
Session 3: Kindly and Effectively Tackling Under-Performance in Schools
We all know we need to tackle under-performance but doing so is hard on you and those involved. When you do raise the issues, people can often react badly, go off-sick, go to their union, or put in a grievance, leaving you wondering how best to proceed (and wishing you hadn’t raised the issue!).
Clare Fowler, Employment Solicitor, YESS (Your Employment Solicitor Service), will be delivering this session. This day with a legal expert, understanding capability, medical capability and how this supports employees and employers will help you manage this tricky landscape with more confidence and success and in the best interests for your team, children, and you – because no-one comes to work to do a bad job.
Audience: Headteachers, deputy heads, senior leaders.
Objective: Help you manage under-performance in schools with more confidence and success.
A recording of the session and resources will be available for your use in school.
VNET Members: The cost per session is £150+VAT or £400+VAT or 4 credits for all three sessions.
Non-members: The cost per session is £225+VAT.
Use the webinar booking link below to book session 1.
Book sessions 2 and 3 individually using these links:
- Session 1: Breaking the Glass Ceiling of Good – Thursday 3 February, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
- Session 2: Successful Difficult Conversations – Friday 4 March 2022, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm