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Trust or Bust—Why Relational Leadership Is Crucial to Your School

With Andrew McBride

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    Why do you trust the people you do? Why do people trust you? Teachers and coaches who generate strong relational trust bonds create higher performing schools and teams. Join us as we share how purposeful cultures increase the well-being of your whole community.  

    This seminar with enable you to:

    • Discover the principles of how to generate more trust in your organization.
    • Gain greater insight into the developing adolescent brain.
    • Utilise the hormonal and neurological structures that are essential for successful youth development.
    • Optimise your school culture for enhanced performance.

    SCHOOL SUBSCRIPTION  £120 (log in on up to five separate devices)  

    Price Excludes VAT

    Course runs 7pm until 8.30pm. We also record the webinar and this recording is available to view for 3 working days.


    Andrew McBride

    Andrew is an educator, mentor and researcher who has worked in a number of high performance, professional, sporting environments across the world. Andrew has completed a degree at Durham University, as well as a PGCE and a Master’s Degree at Northumbria University. He began teaching in 2007 and moved from the UK to New Zealand in 2011. As well as working in a number of Senior Leadership positions for the past decade, most notably as  Deputy Head of the prestigious Westlake Boys High School, Andrew has also worked  for a number of international sports organisations. His innovative approach to mental performance led him to successfully preparing individuals and teams for World Championship tournaments and Olympic Games. Andrew has held research positions with FIFA and the International Boys’ Schools Coalition. He is a former Board member of the Sir Graeme Dingle Foundation and the NZ Schools Football Association. Currently Andrew is the Deputy Head in charge of co-curricular The Royal Grammar School of Newcastle Upon Tyne.

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