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AISACT 2016 Leadership Breakfast Series

In 2016 the Association continued its successful Leadership Breakfast series. The series seeks to bring together the wider ACT education community to hear from pertinent leaders and speakers from around Australia and the world.

The speakers in this year’s series included,

  • Mr David Price – Senior Associate, Innovation Unit, UK
  • Mr Alastair MacGibbon – Previous eSafety Commissioner, Office of the Children’s eSafety Commission
  • Ms Silvia Damiano – CEO and Founder, About My Brain Institute
  • Mr Chris Nunn OAM – Deputy Chef de Mission, Rio Paralympics

With a range of backgrounds and interests each speaker provided their individual thoughts about leadership. Each speaker provided key insights on important aspects of a leadership, and how these transfer to leadership structure and practices in schools, and provided attendees with key takeaways to implement in their own context.

The Leadership Breakfast series was once again supported by School Governance and the Term 4 Breakfast was in partnership with the ACT Branch of the Australian Council of Education Leaders.

The AISACT Leadership Breakfast series will continue in 2017.

David Price OBE Presentation Part-1

David Price OBE Presentation Part-2

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