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Leading Effective
Teams
Melissa Gould-Drakeley & Joanne Fenton – Macarthur Anglican School
Australian Teaching Standards
Highly Accomplished Teachers
S Standard 7 – Engage Professionally with colleagues,
parents/c...
Teamwork
Together
Everyone
More
Achieves
What are the qualities of an
effective leader?
http://nzcurriculum.t
ki.org.nz/Secondary
-middle-
leaders/Leading-
change/Effective-
leadership/Tools/Eff
ective-middle-
...
Video Discussion
What resonates with you?
S https://youtu.be/MTNex-Np2yI
S https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hF9n2vb1hwQ
S h...
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
Video 5
“10 reasons your team hates
you but won’t say it to your
face”http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/2009/09/10-reasons-your-tea...
Top 3 issues
General Skills Relational Qualities Personal Character
and Integrity
You’re indecisive #1 You treat them like...
Poor leadership qualities
General Skills Relational Qualities Personal Character
and Integrity
You’re indecisive #1 You tr...
Skill set
S What skills do you think Faculty Heads/Heads of
Department need to be effective leaders (proforma can
be used,...
Skill set - positives
S Prioritise and manage deadlines
S Ability to manage a budget
S Ability to write reports and propos...
Relational qualities
S Treat staff with respect and be kind and gracious with
them
S Deal maturely with people who critici...
Relational Qualities
S What relational qualities does an effective Faculty
Head/Head of Department need?
Relational qualities – cont.
S Trust your staff
S Set goals together
S Make your expectations explicit and set a culture
S...
Relational qualities – cont.
S Don’t assume your staff know how to prioritise or multi-
task (teach them how)
S Encourage ...
Personal Character / Integrity
S What type of personal character are desirable for Faculty
Heads / Heads of Department?
Personal Integrity & Character
S Do what you say you are going to do
S Treat everyone fairly – don’t always take the best ...
Scenarios
S In groups, work through what you would do when
confronted with various problems (refer to scenarios)
S What sk...
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Leading effective teams

  1. 1. S Leading Effective Teams Melissa Gould-Drakeley & Joanne Fenton – Macarthur Anglican School
  2. 2. Australian Teaching Standards Highly Accomplished Teachers S Standard 7 – Engage Professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community S 7.1.3 Maintain high ethical standards and support colleagues in interpreting codes of ethics and exercise sound judgement in all schools and community contexts S 7.2.3 Support colleagues in reviewing and interpreting legislative, administrative and organisational requirements, policies and processes
  3. 3. Teamwork Together Everyone More Achieves
  4. 4. What are the qualities of an effective leader?
  5. 5. http://nzcurriculum.t ki.org.nz/Secondary -middle- leaders/Leading- change/Effective- leadership/Tools/Eff ective-middle- leadership
  6. 6. Video Discussion What resonates with you? S https://youtu.be/MTNex-Np2yI S https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hF9n2vb1hwQ S https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZA94smSkQg S https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GC8Mzqyg2z4 S https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oAosPpYmKQ
  7. 7. Video 1
  8. 8. Video 2
  9. 9. Video 3
  10. 10. Video 4
  11. 11. Video 5
  12. 12. “10 reasons your team hates you but won’t say it to your face”http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/2009/09/10-reasons-your-team-hates-you-they-just-wont-say-it-to-your-face/ General Skills Relational Qualities Personal Character and Integrity
  13. 13. Top 3 issues General Skills Relational Qualities Personal Character and Integrity You’re indecisive #1 You treat them like mushrooms #3 You’re above getting your hands dirty #2
  14. 14. Poor leadership qualities General Skills Relational Qualities Personal Character and Integrity You’re indecisive #1 You treat them like mushrooms #3 You’re above getting your hands dirty #2 You don’t prioritise #10 You don’t fight for them #8 You’re a ‘suck-up” #4 You treat them like employees #9 You micro-manage #5 You never relax #6 You tell them to have a balanced life and then set a bad example #7
  15. 15. Skill set S What skills do you think Faculty Heads/Heads of Department need to be effective leaders (proforma can be used, if desired)
  16. 16. Skill set - positives S Prioritise and manage deadlines S Ability to manage a budget S Ability to write reports and proposals S Good IT skills S Willingness to make decisions
  17. 17. Relational qualities S Treat staff with respect and be kind and gracious with them S Deal maturely with people who criticise you S If you have made a mistake – apologise S Ensure your team members feel valued (acknowledge & thank them) S Know your staff and a bit about their lives S Listen S Speak the truth to them
  18. 18. Relational Qualities S What relational qualities does an effective Faculty Head/Head of Department need?
  19. 19. Relational qualities – cont. S Trust your staff S Set goals together S Make your expectations explicit and set a culture S Ensure your team members feel valued (acknowledge & thank them) S Teach staff how to do things S Give your time to your staff
  20. 20. Relational qualities – cont. S Don’t assume your staff know how to prioritise or multi- task (teach them how) S Encourage your staff to take initiative S Value difference in your team S Recognise that you can learn from your staff
  21. 21. Personal Character / Integrity S What type of personal character are desirable for Faculty Heads / Heads of Department?
  22. 22. Personal Integrity & Character S Do what you say you are going to do S Treat everyone fairly – don’t always take the best classes or delegate all the boring work S Create a harmonious and relaxed environment S Encourage staff to have a life S Don’t have unrealistic expectations of staff – particularly of you are perfectionist, gifted or high achiever
  23. 23. Scenarios S In groups, work through what you would do when confronted with various problems (refer to scenarios) S What skills, qualities and personal characteristics helped you solve these? (you may like to record these on a proforma)

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