(8) AGBIS/HMC Heads and Governors seminar: Building the relationship between the Chair and Head (The Army and Navy Club, London, Monday 25 November 2019)

Bookings may be made by the Clerk to the Governors via the AGBIS website

Description

Please note that bookings may be made by the Clerk to the Governors via the AGBIS website Members login https://www.agbis.org.uk/board-member/ or by telephone: 01438 840730.  

 

This seminar is for:

Heads and Governors of independent schools in membership of AGBIS and/or HMC. 

Purpose of this seminar:

The seminar considers how to develop the senior team through mutual support and challenge, building key relationships, and working together effectively for the good of the school. 

It will enable governors and heads to consider how best to develop the Head’s leadership of the school in support of the school’s strategy, taking account of the school context.  Sessions will consider best practice in developing CEOs in sectors outside education, as well as drawing from examples of excellence within independent schools.

 

 

Programme:

16:45 – 17:10

Arrival, registration and refreshments

17:10 – 17:15

Welcome and introduction

Richard Harman, CEO, AGBIS

17:15 – 18:00

Session 1: Mutual support and challenge and working together effectively – what can we learn from other sectors?

  • Panel session – contributors from charities, not-for-profit organisations and business, all with experience of developing CEOs in other sectors
  • What is best practice in other sectors; how do Chairs and CEOs build strong working relationships; what can we learn?

Speakers:

  • Meg Harrington, Leadership and HR Consultant
  • Clive Lewis OBE DL, CEO, Globis Mediation Group
  • Other speakers to be confirmed

18:00 – 18:40

Session 2: Case studies and examples of how heads in the independent education sector are supported and challenged

  • Short presentations from heads and governors talking about the principles underpinning their approach and how they have overcome challenges 
  • Presentations to be followed by facilitated conversation and questions from delegates

Speakers to be confirmed

18:40 – 19:10

Break and refreshments

19:10 – 19:45

Session 3: Governors and Heads working together: A view from AGBIS and HMC

  • What do HMC and AGBIS see working well?
  • When do things go wrong, and how can this be avoided?
  • Professional Review, appraisal and developing the CEO: What the governors and head should be looking for from an appraisal
  • Time for governors and heads to discuss and plan next steps

Speakers:

Ian Power, Membership Secretary, HMC

Stuart Westley, AGBIS

19:45 – 20:30

Closing remarks, drinks reception and depart

Richard Harman, CEO, AGBIS