Speaking

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I speak at events, symposiums and conferences across the world on the theme of leadership in a global context,  talent management, professional learning and development for school improvement as well as creating outstanding leaders for outstanding schools and school systems. You can contact me directly here.

Public Speaking Engagements

2020

  •  March – SGIS Geneva. ‘Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  • May – Berlin – @WomenEdDE, ‘Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’  

2019

  • December – St George’s School, Luxembourg. ‘Leading a Professional Learning Organisation – Culture, Action, Impact’
  • November – @WomenEd Prague, Czech Republic. ‘Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  • October – Alliance for International Education, Geneva. Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  •  @WomenEd Unconference, Sheffield Hallam University, UK. ‘Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  • June – Festival of Education, Wellington College, UK. Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  • May – Edufest Le Rosey, Geneva. ‘Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  • May – COBIS London ‘Lacking Leadership; The Greatest Threat to Education.  Global perspectives of women education leadership and rise of the #WomenEd Movement to tackle the epidemic of gender disparity in education leadership throughout the world.
  • April – ECIS Leadership Conference, Lisbon. Closing Keynote Panellist.
  • March – London ‘10% Braver – Inspiring Women to Lead Education’ book launch, Sage publishing
  • March – WomenEd London ‘Social, Moral, Economic Imperatives for Global Education Leadership’
  • January – ICSEI, Stavanger, Norway. Lacking Leadership; The Greatest Threat to Education.  Global perspectives of women education leadership and rise of the #WomenEd Movement to tackle the epidemic of gender disparity in education leadership throughout the world.

2018

  • November – Practical Pedagogies, Cologne. Pathways to Excellence: Rethinking professional learning networks (PLNs) to recruit, develop and retain outstanding staff for outstanding schools
  • November – IPSEF, The Department of International Trade, London. International Teacher Supply, Development and Retention
  • May – COBIS Leadership Conference, London. Pathways to Excellence: Rethinking professional learning networks (PLNs) to recruit, develop and retain outstanding staff for outstanding schools
  • April – ECIS Leadership Conference, Berlin. Pathways to Excellence: Rethinking professional learning networks (PLNs) to recruit, develop and retain outstanding staff for outstanding schools
  • February – GESS, Dubai. Using CPD as a Core Lever for Sustained School Improvement
  • January – WomenEdNL, The Hague. Women in Education Leadership – What does the data tell us?

2017

  • October – Alliance for International Education, Amsterdam. Using CPD as a Core Lever for Sustained School Improvement
  • May – COBIS Leadership Conference, London. Using CPD as a Core Lever for Sustained School Improvement
  • May – British Schools in the Netherlands Bi-Annual Conference, The Hague. Becoming Professional Learners in a Learning Profession
  • April – ECIS Leadership Conference, Barcelona. Using CPD as a Core Lever for Sustained School Improvement
  • February – Annual ‘International Teacher Education for Primary Schools’  (ITEPS) Conference Day, Mappel. Becoming Professional Learners in a Learning Profession

2016

  • November – Practical Pedagogies, Toulouse. Becoming Professional Learners in a Learning Profession
  • June – Developing Great Teaching Conference, Teacher Development Trust, and NAHT, Cardiff and London
  • June – ‘For the Love of Reading: Passing On The Passion’ English Conference, Oxford University Press with Michael Morpurgo, London
  • May – The Future of the Teaching Profession, Westminster Forum, London

2015

  • November – Numicon Annual Conferences, Manchester and London
  • October – National Conference on School Improvement, Public Sector Connect, London
  • June – Teacher Development Trust, House of Lords, London
  • May – Singapore Maths Approach conferences, Manchester and London

2014

  • November – ‘Be a Mathematician’ Conferences, London, Manchester and Birmingham
  • September – ‘2014 National Curriculum Conferences’, London