Understanding and utilising personal strengths can help leaders to be more fulfilled and effective. Research shows that being strengths-focused results in increased awareness of self and others, a greater sense of self efficacy and helps to build stronger teams.
Join us for this online Masterclass with Dr Steve Bagi, consulting psychologist and Adjunct lecturer at Bond University, who has facilitated strengths workshops with leadership teams and larger staff groups in Independent schools across Australia.
As preparation for this workshop, participants will be completing the Clifton Strength© online survey which will identify their top strengths. The strengths will be explored in order to support the personal understanding of each individuals leadership effectiveness. Rather than a “one size fits all” approach to leadership, this workshop will help leaders to see how they can become more effective by utilising their own unique strengths.
Numbers are strictly limited to secure your registration today to avoid disappointment.
NOTE: Member ticket price covers the cost of the Clifton Strength© survey.
Alliance member special offer
As a member of the Alliance you also have the opportunity to take advantage of a special rate for a 60 minute 1:1 feedback session with Steve to further explore the results of your Clifton Strength© survey. Purchase your session below for just $198 (AUD inc GST) and Steve will contact you to arrange a suitable time.
About Dr Steve Bagi
Steve is a consulting psychologist who specialises in strengths-based leadership and team development in Independent schools and corporate teams throughout Australia. His PhD in Educational Leadership focused on the challenges faced by beginning principals of Independent schools. This has led him to be involved in a number of ‘aspiring leaders’ and ‘principal preparation’ programs.
Steve is also an adjunct lecturer at Bond University where he is currently teaching ‘Leadership and Team Dynamics’. Prior to his consultancy role Steve served as a pastor for over twenty years, during which time he was also a board member in an Independent school. Having experienced burnout, he has also written and spoken extensively on this topic with school leaders.