The workshop showcased examples of good practice in how through supporting and developing a more diverse workforce and ensuring effective learning and development we can promote the duties. It provided opportunities for delegates to consider the role of leadership in taking forward this agenda.
Each presenter focused on an example of good practice around a specific duty in one of the areas, for example, well-being but indicated how that relates to meeting the duties in the other areas. What has worked and possible future challenges were highlighted and discussed.
Contributors to this workshop included: Valerie Noble, Professional Networks Coordinator for the Achieve Network, GTCE; Gloria Mills CBE, Unison; Matt Varley, National College for School Leadership; Kathryn Riley, Professor, London Centre for Leadership in Learning Institute of Education
The workshop was chaired by Alma Harris, Pro Director, Leadership Development, The London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education
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Professional Networks by Valerie Noble, Professional Networks Coordinator for the Achieve Network, General Teaching Council for England
Diverse Leadership by Matt Varley, Operational Director, Impact and Evaluation, National College for School Leadership
Social Capital, Community Cohesion and Urban Schools by Kathryn Riley, Professor, London Centre for Leadership in Learning, and Meli Glenn, Institute of Education, University of London