Growing Great Leaders™ Level 1

Professional development (PD) Auckland

Posted: 03 December 2021
Notice reference #: 1HARmy

Growing Great Leaders™ offers research-based professional development with direct relevance to your own leadership and school development. Strengthen your practice by learning key leadership skills, and by considering their application to your current leadership challenges. Growing Great Leaders™ turns the research evidence into easily digestible learning experiences for leaders who want both the theoretical base and the practical application of research. The programme offers:

  • Research-based professional development with direct relevance to participants’ own leadership and the development of their organisation.
  • Problem solving opportunities contextualised to each participant’s role and organisation.
  • High quality course materials that include templates you can use later at your school/centre, selected readings and examples of useful artefacts to support your leadership work. You will also receive a high quality Growing Great Leaders™ folder of course materials that you will want to retain as a record of what you have learnt.

We encourage three or more people to attend from each enrolling organisation. Feedback from our workshops suggests that the learning is most valuable and has the greatest impact, when a team of three or more from a school attend together. A 10% discount applies.


Cohort 1: 10th March, 30th March & 12th April.

Cohort 2: 17th May, 15th June & 5th July.

Cohort 3: 3rd August, 31st August & 20th September.

‍PLEASE NOTE: These dates may be subject to change; our website will show our current course schedule.

Times: 09.30am–3.30pm

Cost: $1450 + GST each (or 10% discount for 3 or more participants)

Venue: Kohia Centre, Faculty of Education and Social Work, 78 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland

RA-PLD: To access this workshop using Regionally-Allocated PLD hours, contact Colin Donald:

Events summary


10 March 2022 – 12 April 2022


17 May 2022 – 05 July 2022


03 August 2022 – 20 September 2022

Further information

Contact: Colin Donald

 (027) 886 4678