Bonus Session for 2022 | Business Breakfast
This year will see a business breakfast take place on the morning of day 2 of the forum. The focus will be on engaging women in professional conversations and will be an event relevant for both male and female leaders. Details about the breakfast are outlined below:
Date: 17 May 2022
Time: 7:30am to 8:30am
Venue: Canberra Room, Hyatt Hotel
Cost: Indicative $44 +GST, per person and includes a continental breakfast
CPD Certificate: Available at the conclusion of this event for self-accreditation purposes
Engaging Women in Professional Conversations:
How can we foster a culture in our schools that engages, inspires and supports leaders to flourish in education so that are valued, appreciated, capable and willing to commit to long term service in Christian education? How can professional conversations become part of what we do everyday to create “great jobs” for our school leaders? Join us as we hear from special guest, Jill Healey, who will share her insights on engaging and supporting leaders to flourish in education through developing a culture that enables all leaders to develop their capacity and to flourish, not only as individuals, but see the flourishing of the whole school community.
Special Guest: Jill Healey AM, National FLAME & FUSE Facilitator, Christian Schools Australia
Jill was the former Executive Principal of Flinders Christian Community College in Victoria for over 2 decades and is a distinguished educational leader. Since retiring, she has actively continued her commitment to Christian education by serving on numerous boards and is currently supporting Christian Schools Australia in a national leadership role that sees her oversee a range of exciting leadership development opportunities. She is a Board member for Victorian Independent Schools Block Grant Authority, Beaconhills College, Flinders Christian Community College and Endeavour Ministries Incorporated. Jill has extensive experience in all matters pertaining to school governance and educational leadership. In recognition of her distinguished service to education, Jill was awarded an Order of Australia in June 2021.