FAQ's

Q1:  Do you offer any other services than the four you have listed?

The services listed on my website are the three core services I offer.  In all of my working relationships the services I provide to a client depends on their particular situation and needs.  I work with you to design and plan a programme which is right for you, rather than prescribe a set programme.  

Q2:  Is there a minimum amount of time or amount of services I need to purchase?

No.  I offer an individualised programme which will be responsive to your specific requirements.  For example, a half day of leadership coaching each term or month, a one day seminar, a half day facilitated leadership learning group, a whole system approach of several days spread over several months.  Some clients want a mix of these activities over time, which is absolutely possible.

Q3:  Is there a minimum level of knowledge I need to have or a position I need to hold for your services to be of benefit to me?

I work with a wide range of educational leaders, such as: experienced principals, leadership teams, new principals, curriculum coordinators, advisors, mentors, aspiring leaders and system leaders.  There is no specific prior knowledge required.  You do need an open mind, a desire to strengthen your leadership skills and further improve student outcomes.

Q4:  What is the main research you include in your work?
Q4:  What is the main research you include in your work?

I select from a wide variety of research, depending on the type of activity and context.  Some research is very recent, some is not.  The commonality is its quality and relevance for the priorities to be addressed.  Examples I draw on include: Graeme Aitken, Chris Argyris, Roland Barth, Anthony Bryk, Carol Cardno, Frank CrowtherRichard Elmore, Michael Fullan, Atul Gawande, Ellen Goldring, Philip Hallinger, Alma Harris, John Hattie, Andy Hargreaves, Ronald Heifetz, Kenneth Leithwood, Ben Levin, John MacBeath, Diana McLain Smith, Graham Nuthall, Viviane Robinson, Carl Rogers, Barbara Schneider, Roger SchwarzKaren Seashore Louis, Peter Senge, Simon SinekJames Spillane, Louise StollHelen Timperley, John West-Burnham and Karl Weick.

I select from a wide variety of research, depending on the type of activity and context.  Some research is very recent, some is not.  The commonality is its quality and relevance for the priorities to be addressed.  Examples I draw on include: Graeme Aitken, Chris Argyris, Roland Barth, Anthony Bryk, Carol Cardno, Frank CrowtherRichard Elmore, Michael Fullan, Atul Gawande, Ellen Goldring, Philip Hallinger, Alma Harris, John Hattie, Andy Hargreaves, Ronald Heifetz, Kenneth Leithwood, Ben Levin, John MacBeath, Diana McLain Smith, Graham Nuthall, Viviane Robinson, Carl Rogers, Barbara Schneider, Roger SchwarzKaren Seashore Louis, Peter Senge, Simon SinekJames Spillane, Louise StollHelen Timperley, John West-Burnham and Karl Weick.

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