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Professional Learning Opportunities Facilitated in Partnership with Woodleigh Institute

The Compassionate Systems Leadership Retreat  The immersive nature of the retreat is designed to support deep conversation and collaboration, while nurturing personal growth and wellbeing. An important feature of the retreat is the opportunity to connect with a creative and supportive community of compassionate system practitioners.  Dates: May 22-24 Location: Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Audience: Teachers, Middle Leaders, Principals,

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How Might We Grow the Capabilities in Ourselves and Others?

How might we grow the capabilities in ourselves and others, needed to lead our learning communities for the emerging future?  LAB 1.0   Growing and developing leadership capabilities described in Growing deep using Compassionate Systems tools and practices.  Compassionate Systems draws on practices that are effective in building individual insight and well-being and extends them to include

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Day 1 of Building the Capacity of Leaders in LESNW to hold space for themselves

Compassionate Systems Deepening Practice (Day 1)The focus of this series of workshops is to create the conditions for leaders in LESNW to grow their capabilities as described in Growing deep, building personal mastery, team learning and exploring complexity using compassionate systems tools and practices.  The Mandala for Systems Change is used as a scaffold to

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Bruno Matuschka 1928-2024

Bruno was a loyal and committed Christian educator. His ministry was an example of selfless and joyful dedication.  Bruno grew up in rural Victoria, Australia, and was schooled at Concordia College in Adelaide, South Australia, receiving his teaching certificate from Adelaide Teachers College in 1948 and studying further at Melbourne Teachers College in 1953. He

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LPA Connect

LESNW encourages principals to familiarise themselves and engage with the LPAConnect website. Launched in March 2023, LPAConnect is being constantly developed to provide ease of access to a broad range of support materials and programs for principals as they carry out their complex role in Lutheran schools.   Lutheran Principals Australia acknowledge that to serve God

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Theophilus ‘Ophie’ Renner 1929-2023

Ophie Renner, former Lutheran School leader, died on Monday 14 August. He trained as a teacher at Adelaide Teachers College (1948 – 1950) and Immanuel Seminary (1950 & 1954). Ophie started his career at Butler Tanks government school in 1951. He went on have a career spanning 40 years in Lutheran Education serving as a

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Growing as Leaders

Interested in leadership in a Lutheran school? See the attached flyer below for more details. Growing as Leaders Brochure Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Related Posts

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Leadership Development Program (LDP 9)

Teachers in Lutheran schools and early learning services who are interested in preparing to become a senior leader, or who need accreditation as a leader, please note that LDP 9 will be starting in the middle of next year. Applications will be open for LDP 9 at the end of August this year and we

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Leading and Learning: What’s Happening?

Women in Leadership: Our Stories June 14th The Archer Hotel “Growing Community – we are better together” & “Equipping governance and leadership for the emerging future” were the goals that underpinned our 2nd forum, held in North Adelaide last week. A fully booked event created space to connect, network and share our stories as women in/or

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Engaging in Networks of Collaboration Within and Beyond LESNW for the Emerging Future

Sharing Our Story Compassionate Systems Asia Pacific Community CallLESNW Strategic Intentions includes the following: Goal 2 Growing Community: Actively create, seek and promote multiple opportunities for individuals and learning communities to engage with, learn from and assist others within, across and beyond our community of communities Goal 5 Equipping Leadership for the emerging future: Develop

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