According to Peter Senge, 70% of change efforts fail (Senge, 1990). Most people welcome change but they refused to be changed. As leaders, the mandate in a dynamic environment has always been about bringing about meaningful change and not just maintaining the status quo.
Through these 2 half-day workshops, SLs and KPs will get a better understanding and appreciation of the reality of the change process, identify deep underlying issues through observation and data, and how to ensure long term goals are achieved through a series of quick wins. The authentic intersession exercise will help deepen leaders’ appreciation and respect for critical issues in an organisation.
Mode: 2 Half-Day in-person workshops with an intersession authentic exercise using the vision deployment matrix (VDM)
Target Audience: School Leaders and Key Personnel
Mr Manogaran Suppiah has been in the education service for over four decades. He has had an unusual career of teaching in the primary, secondary and pre-university classrooms over a period of 16 years before moving into leadership roles in schools and junior college, including significant periods as a Cluster Superintendent, Founding Director of the Academy of Singapore Teachers (AST) and the CEO of SINDA. Trained as a Consultant in Organisational Learning, Mr Mano has been invited to conduct workshops and seminars across the world. He has a special love for professional development and is keen to share his strategies he had deployed in the different organisations and contexts he had served and continues to serve.
Course Code: MS11224
Topic: Leading Significant Change in Schools
Presenter: Mr Manogaran Suppiah
Dates/Time: (2-half day workshop)
Part 1: 8 March 2024, 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Part 2: 17 April 2024, 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Mode of Delivery: Face-to-face
Venue: To Be Confirmed
Closing Date: 23 February 2024, Friday
Workshop Fee: S$400.00 per participant and subject to GST.
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