|Located at:||Ramada Plaza Calgary Airport|
|3515-26 Street NE, Calgary, AB|
|Located at:||Executive Royal Hotel|
|2828-23 Street NE, Calgary, AB|
AUDIENCE: LEAD TEACHERS, SCHOOL LEADERS, SCHOOL BASED COACHES, DEPARTMENT HEADS, ASSOCIATE PRINCIPALS AND TEACHERS INTERESTED IN DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND.
Leadership to Power Potential and Possibility continues the journey of exploration with school leaders to reimagine, rethink and reconsider their learning cultures to make the extraordinary happen! Facilitated by Peter Gamwell, retired Superintendent of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, and co-author of The Wonder Wall, participants will come to create a new metaphor for leadership upon which powerful learning will occur.
As Peter guides participants on their leadership journey through the imperative of leading with creativity in an age of complexity, participants will come to understand:
During this dynamic learning series participants will delve deeply into the creation of a culture of engagement and belonging though effective leadership at all levels as a means to drive change and foster the kind of learning environment where creativity thrives.
Most importantly, Leadership to Power Potential and Possibility will help participants to make the extraordinary happen by harnessing their unique creative capacities to develop action plans that shift thinking, and ultimately shift their learning cultures.
This learning opportunity is being offered as a cost recovery program.
Dr. Peter GamwellBorn in Liverpool, England, Peter Gamwell, the co-author of The Wonder Wall: Leading Creative Organizations in an Age of Complexity, is a speaker, and consultant in the fields of individual and organizational leadership, learning, creativity and health. He has worked in Canada and abroad. Peter was a Superintendent with the 75,000-student Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) responsible for District Leadership. He also served as the Board lead for Aboriginal education from 2006 until 2012. Working closely with such renowned creativity experts as Sir Ken Robinson and Sir John Jones, Peter has become recognized nationally and internationally as a catalyst for creative change initiatives that inspire and advance organizational cultures.
In 2013, Peter was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Award by the Ontario Public Supervisory Officers’ Association, for his work in Learning, Leadership and Creativity in one of the most successful education jurisdictions in the world.
Includes: lunch (daily)