Women in Educational Leadership Course
The Pūtea Whakawhanake Pouako | PPTA Learning and Development Centre, in partnership with Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington, is proud to deliver a course to develop the capability of women leaders in secondary education.
This programme is for wāhine working in middle leadership roles who want to explore more about themselves and their own leadership style; interrogate the challenges specifically impacting wāhine in these roles; and learn how to become an authentic leader who reflects their own values.
This programme is for wāhine in, or aspiring to, middle leadership roles who want to explore more about themselves and their own leadership style; the challenges specifically impacting women in these roles; and, how to become an authentic leader that reflects their own values.
This programme will be delivered over 10 weeks and include:
- One face-to-face workshop
- Three 1.5 hour webinars (after school from 4.00-5.30pm)
- An online learning portal with a range of supporting resources and reflection tools
Topics covered will include…
- Barriers for women
- Authentic leadership
- Women in Māori leadership
- Women in Pacific leadership
- Challenging limiting beliefs
- Power and influence
- Growth conversations
- Sexual abuse, harassment and the MeToo movement
- Unconscious bias and cultural bias
- Gender framing of leadership roles