Integrity Coaching exists because we care. We care about our children. We care about our schools. We care about the teachers and school leaders.
Over the past decade, I have witnessed first-hand how high levels of public scrutiny and personal accountability have eroded the profession’s ability to care for and meet the human needs of those who are on the frontline.
I have seen many teachers and school leaders sacrificing their personal well-being to simply survive in the profession. I’ve coached Heads on the brink of a nervous breakdown. I have received desperate pleas from their partners and witnessed the inhumane treatment of those who have disappeared from the system.
I fear more and more for the loss of humanity in our education system. SAT’s and GCSE results, OFSTED grades and league tables appear to have more importance than the people behind it all.
This is not how education should be. This is not how we fulfil society’s hopes and dreams for our children. Things have to change.
We invite you to be a part of that change and to join with us on the 19 October 2017 for our inaugural, ‘Education for the Soul’ conference.
This is a conference that plans to extend the conversation around school leadership, well-being and standards in our schools and aims to:
• Inspire • Invigorate • Challenge • Support
With a selection of the best experts on leadership and well-being, the conference will explore new and sustainable ways of leading that will enable School Leaders to overcome the stresses of their roles and maintain their ability to lead and inspire others.
Together, we will begin to tackle some of the biggest questions affecting education and the experience of school leaders today. We will delve deep into the realities of school leadership.
We will explore the true emotional and psychological cost of leadership and get to the heart of what really matters most in education and how school leaders learn to thrive.
– Authentic leadership
– The heart of school improvement
– Values-based education
This Conference is for School leaders who want to...
– Sustain and support the well-being of themselves and all members of their school community
– Align with their sense of vocation, purpose, passion and core reasons for being a school leader
– Are generative and enable all members of the school community to flourish
– Foster emotional intelligence and assist staff and pupils to develop deep levels of emotional resilience and courage
– Support the human spirit and enable all to grow in relationship with others and the communities of which they are a part