QLD SALT Breakfast Conversations

QLD SALT Breakfast Conversations

Join us online for our inaugural Queensland SALT Breakfast Conversations event with Dr. Rob Loe who will lead us in a morning conversation.

Rob will argue that leadership is relational because leadership is “a relationship – a relationship (says Walter Wright) in which one person seeks to influence the thoughts behaviour, beliefs or values of another person”. The premise is that the minute you seek to, or in effect do, influence others (their behaviours, thoughts or actions), you are leading them. So how should we think of leadership in that light? Rob will unpack five key principles (not of leadership) but principles of how not to lead. Five signs it is not going well and using Jude (verses 12 and 13) as a springboard, explore how to lead well.

Event Information

This free members only event will be held online using Zoom technology and is ideally suited to Principals and Deputy Principals from CSA member schools in Queensland.

Upon registration, an email will be sent through containing an 'add to calendar' link and the zoom meeting details. A reminder email will also be sent through the day prior to the event. Please ensure you check your junkmail for these emails to ensure you have the zoom meeting link information.

Program Outline

An outline of the program is provided below:

  • 7:00am   Welcome and Introduction
  • 7:02am   Discussion led by Dr. Rob Loe 
  • 7:30am   Time for Q&A and Conversation
  • 7:45am   Close


Host, Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor, currently serves as the Executive Officer, Qld and has over 30 years' experience in a range of leadership roles in education and has spent the last 15 years focusing on building capacity in teachers and school leaders. Andrew leads the national portfolio for School Improvement and is an experienced school improvement consultant focusing on building strong foundations that underpin all school activities.

Speaker, Dr. Rob Loe

Rob has been serving as the Executive Officer, VIC/TAS since May 2020. He has a background in teaching, school leadership and research. Rob believes passionately that a Christian school’s ethos cannot be divorced from the outcomes it seeks for its students (which must be more than academic). That ethos should make a deeply positive impact on the day-to-day lived reality of corridors and classrooms. It is the most powerful form of witness from a school. Rob has a national portfolio role that reflects his significant experience and research interests: Organisational Culture and Community Development.

Qualify for CPD Hours

At the conclusion of this event, a certificate of professional learning will be made available to attendees for self-accreditation via your member dashboard. This event addresses the following AITSL leadership standards - The Standard for Principal:

»  Personal qualities, social and interpersonal skills
»  Developing self and others

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be made in writing to the Event Organiser. 

The event program is subject to change and we may not be able to provide prior notice.

Friday, 20 May 2022
7am - 7:45am
Free for members
via Zoom
1 CPD Hour
Members only event

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