INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTES: Professor Philip Hallinger, TSDF Chair Professor of Leadership and Sustainable Development, College of Management, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Ellen Goldring, Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor and Chair, Department of Leadership, Policy and Organisation, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, USA. OTHER KEYNOTES: Rev Tim Costello AO, Chief Advocate of World Vision Australia Dr John Edwards, Managing Director of Edwards Explorations Cynthia Morton, Wordsmith, Bestselling Author & Creator of the Emotional Fitness Program Michelle Bridges, Australian personal trainer, author and TV personality. WORKSHOP PRESENTERS: Peter Hutton, founder of Future Schools Alliance & former Principal of Templestowe College. Jared Cooney Horvath, Neuroscientist, Educator and Author. Dr Chris Blundell, Lecturer, School of Teacher Education & Leadership, QUT. Ellen Goldring, Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor and Chair, Department of Leadership, Policy and Organisation, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, USA.
From 15 - 16 August 2019 at RACV Royal Pines Resort Gold Coast, join Queensland's school leaders from the public, private, primary, secondary and special sectors and find out why many consider the PDN School Leaders' Conference to be the best professional development event available in Queensland, which Griffith University is proud to be associated with.
This year's theme is Strategy: Success by Design. School success (or failure) is not accidental. Strategic innovation and design are essential to re-invent, re-position and re-create school systems that make a positive difference in the lives and outcomes of all students - now and in the future. Be a leader that moves your school from "what is" to "what could be".
With six keynote speakers and four workshops to choose from over two days, your leadership team will learn from highly regarded speakers on how they have designed and adapted their own strategies for success. Bring your leadership team to collaborative as you re-design your schools future in a in a collaborative and stimulating environment that promotes networking across schools.