Improving Performance Through Leadership Coaching

Improving Performance Through Leadership Coaching

Presented by Pamela Macklin
 Registration is closed for this event


March 15, 2013
9:30 AM to 1:00 PM


Brunton Avenue


$198.00   (inc GST)

Cost includes program materials, and morning tea


As parking in the area is mainly 1 and 2 hour, it is advisable for participants to use public transport. CSE is a 5 minute walk from trams and trains.


This practical, interactive workshop will draw on Pamela’s CSE paper, Leadership coaching: how to take your school’s performance to the next level (2012), as well as each presenter’s recent work in schools and isdesigned to provide school leaders with knowledge and successful strategies in the area of leadership coaching based on practice and research.

Participants will be given an overview of successful coaching models, strategies and approaches for leaders.  The role of coaching as a form of personalised learning for leaders will be explored, as will the powerful impact of team coaching to improve team effectiveness.


Important questions and issues to be addressed will include:

  • Who needs a leadership coach?
  • How to build on strengths and find solutions through coaching
  • The role of attentive listening, powerful questioning and feedback
  • When to coach and when not to coach; and
  • Success factors in leadership coaching.

Two leading principals, Michael Muscat and Karen Money will give an overview of the successful and diverse approaches they have taken to developing leaders through coaching in their schools and will participate in a Q and A session.

Practical activities throughout the session will enable participants to identify potential coaching approaches for developing leaders which would best fit their own context.


Pamela Macklinis the Managing Director of Zbar Consulting, an education and leadership consultancy based in Melbourne, Australia.  A former Deputy Chief Executive of both Curriculum Corporation and ACER, she is a qualified and experienced executive coach, teacher and leader.

Karen Moneyis the Principal of William Ruthven Secondary College.  Karen has pioneered a school wide approach to successfully developing leaders and staff through the consistent and regular application of structured coaching strategies to support improvement.

Michael Muscatis the Principal of Kambrya College and has led the school through a period of substantial improvement and change in recent years.   Michael has been at the forefront of the growing trend to use the power of leadership capacity building to drive school improvement, including through regular leadership coaching.

Pamela Macklin has been working with Karen Money, Michael Muscat and their leadership teams in recent years.




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