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The aim of the project is to contribute to building a confident school leader who knows where the school is heading and is not afraid to make changes. 

The uniqueness and strength of the program is based on years of experience in building teams and training managers in companies. Our “handwriting” is to get what we call “below the surface”. When it is at the level of our deepest personal beliefs that changes in our behavior.

Through this project, we want to contribute to a shared vision of building a generation of young people who have courage and self-confidence to succeed, while understanding values such as fairness and cooperation.

The way we see the fulfillment of the vision is that as long as the schools are made up largely of confident teachers and leaders aligned on shared values, the schools will be naturally creative, open and their pupils will have a desire to push not only themselves but also the world around them forward.

The programme is built around the development of 4 modules, where each module addresses the core competencies of school leadership.

Module 1. Culture and Leadership –  We will find out why it helps to become an informal leader, with a vision and a partnership culture.

Module 2. Agile management of school projects – The only thing that is certain in today’s world is change. Change and responding to it is one of the most relevant topics of our time. How do we manage complex projects in schools when we often don’t know what lies ahead?

Module 3. Psychological resistance – We will learn how to work with stress, what causes it and how it could become our partner and not our master.

Module 4. Feedback –  We will discover that feedback is a real gift that can clean up the air and “change the oil” in our congregation.

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