Putting practice into theory

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PUTTING PRACTICE
INTO THEORY
SHARING PROCESS
SHARING THINKING
PRACTITIONER WRITING
BASED ON EXPERIENCE
MY BELIEFS, THOUGHTS, EXPERIENCES
SHARING PROCESS
WHAT AND HOW
A FORTUNATE LIFE IN EDUCATION
Depart.
Head
Principal
Director
Public
Australia
English
Teacher
Private
International
Region
Adviser
RECENT MONTHS
SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT RATING SCALE
Life
event
Life
change
unit
RELEX ACTION
REFLECTING ON EXPERIENCE
Mainly about leadership
JUST WRITING
TAPPING LAYERS OF EXPERIENCE
FREE FROM CONSTRAINTS
SIMPLE PLANNING
CONCEPTUALISING MY THINKING AND
EXPERIENCES
Experiences
Theory
EVOLVED INTO…
SHARING THINKING
AN EXAMPLE: THINKING ON TEAMS
CAPTURING EXPERIENCE
My thinking about teams
WIDER EXPERIENCE
MAKING SENSE OF THAT EXPERIENCE
A TEAMS FRAMEWORK
SECTION 2: Leading High-Performing Teams
Chapter 9: An Introduction
Chapter 10: The Purpose of Teams
Chapter 11: The People of Teams
Chapter 12: The Professional Practice of teams
Chapter 13: Enablers and Disablers
Chapter 14: Beyond the Team
Chapter 15: A Teams Model
Chapter 16: Epilogue to Section 2
PURPOSE OF TEAMS
It is not enough to be industrious; so are the
ants. What are you industrious about?
HENRY DAVID THOREAU, Letters to Various Persons
THE PURPOSE OF TEAMS
 Moral purpose
 Team purpose
 Goals
 Strategy
 Tactics
 Decision-making
PEOPLE OF TEAMS
Appraisals are where you get together with your team
leader and agree what an outstanding member of the team
you are, how much your contribution has been valued, what
massive potential you have and, in recognition of all this,
would you mind having your salary halved.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT
THE PEOPLE OF TEAM
 Feelings of worth
 Autonomy
 Trust
 Roles – designated and assumed
 Responsibilities
 Variety and balance
 Dynamics
 Teams within teams
PEOPLE: LEADERS ENSURING
 Clarity of purpose
 Agreed team norms
 Ethical behaviour
 Communication and feedback
 Respectful relationships
Evaluation
 Strengths of the team
Continuous improvement
 Roles and responsibilities
 Collective responsibility
 Systems and approaches
 Engagement and enjoyment
THE PEOPLE OF TEAMS
 The power of ‘we’
THE PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE OF TEAMS
There is a tide in the affairs of
men,
Which taken at the flood, leads
on to fortune.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, Julius Caesar. Act IV.iii
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
 Skills and knowledge
 Systems and processes
 Stages of development
COHERENCE AND POINT OF SYNERGY
THE MODEL
Purpose and people = Aspiration
Purpose and practice = Organisation
People and practice = Action
Purpose, people and practice = Coherence of 3 elements
creates the Synergy
OTHER CONCEPTIONS
 LEADERSHIP
 CURRICULUM
 INNOVATION
 Next project – leadership case studies
PRACTITIONER WRITING
BASED ON EXPERIENCE
A ‘Room’
Time
Experience
Inspiration
CONTACTS
[email protected]
@PamMRyan
pammryan.com
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