A pragmatic and systematic approach to school leadership; this will surely help me to perform better with my team

Femi Apata
(Trinity International College)

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Tuesday, 01 April 2014 08:52

July 2014 Conference Trainers

 

SENIOR LEADERSHIP

Rosemary Campbell-Stephens 

Visiting Fellow at Institute of Education, University of London
Associate at National College for School Leadership
Director and Lead Consultant at RMC Consultants

Rosemary is the Director of RMC UK Ltd. She is an independent consultant trainer in leadership and currently an associate with the National College For School Leadership with a national brief for diversity, succession planning and leadership preparation.

She has combined public speaking and community activism with a professional life supporting organisations at a strategic and operational level to address issues of equity and diversity. Within the broad field of leadership, diversity, race equality, equity and social justice, her particular interests lie in not only diversifying the face of leadership, but also enabling a new cadre of leaders to lead radically differently across sectors, with a particular focus on education and health.

George Hickman 

Former Professor of Education in Canada and Thailand

George A. Hickman is a native of Newfoundland, Canada and has been a teacher and principal at all levels of the Canadian Education System.

His experience includes senior level positions at school district levels, Professor of Education, University Vice-President for Human Resources, and Advisor to Presidents in South East Asia and Director of International Relations positions. He has directed Short Courses in Educational Leadership in Canada and elsewhere for some 15 years, and has taught undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and post-doctoral courses in Educational Administration and Leadership Studies.

Sue Pike 

Personal Development Consultant

Having run her own communications agency for 10 years, Sue is well versed in the challenges facing owners and directors of SMEs. She now works with key influencers, clients and government agencies on an international basis, and strongly believes that ‘connected communication’ is key to any team’s success. Her proven ability to inspire and enthuse drives teams to achieve exceptional results.

A trained Emotional Freedom Techniques practitioner, Sue works with great intuition to help individuals challenge limiting beliefs and realise their full potential on both a personal and professional level. Her Discovery profile describes her as an innovative counsellor who provides inspiration and perspiration!

Rosemary Taylor 

Senior Partner,
Key Issues

Rosemary qualified as a teacher in 1980, later becoming one of the youngest head teachers in the country. She attained a Masters degree in Educational Management, followed by a PhD in Change Management and now works as a consultant to schools, colleges and industry.

Rosemary spends part of her year as a guest speaker on the international lecture circuit, recently touring throughout Europe, the USA and Far East. Early in 2007 she was appointed as an advisor to the UN, working in the Middle East in developing schools and in 2012 she was appointed as a COBIS consultant.

Rosemary’s key specialisms are Leadership & Management; Gender Issues; Critical Thinking and working with the Gifted & Talented. Rosemary also writes for The Good Schools Guide.

Heather Clements 

Education Consultant

Helen is an award-winning businesswoman, author and career expert who has a BA (Honours) degree in Business Studies, a Further Education Teachers Certificate and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA).

She is a qualified and successful Facilitator, Consultant, and Trainer with over 15 years experience. Her award-winning ‘Career Development Programme’, geared for business professionals, individuals, diverse communities and young people, has a focused approach to career and personal and organizational development. It has been accredited by EDEXCEL and NCFE offering an international certified qualification.

Her work is aimed at developing skills and abilities at both operational and strategic levels. It has included designing, managing and delivering customised training programmes, vocational courses and workshops for senior managers and supervisors, administrative and clerical staff, graduates, women and the unemployed.

Helen is customer-focused, a team player and a "hands-on" leader, always endeavouring to develop teams and individuals to achieve best practice. Her mission statement is:

“Learning to believe in yourself gives inner strength to achieve the impossible!”