SASSLA 2022 State Conference – School Leader Workload: What does the evidence tell us and how should we respond
Phil O’Loughlin – Workload Presentation Notes
SASSLA 2021 State Conference – Misconduct and Unsatisfactory Performance: what leaders need to know
Presentation by Lisa Dwiar, A/Director – Employee Relations and Bridget Partridge, Manager – Performance Improvement and Incapacity.
The Ethical Leader resource by Phil O’Loughlin – SASSLA Chief Executive.
SASSLA 2019 State Conference – Mental Health, Work Injury and Unsatisfactory Performance; a “Wicked” Problem for Leaders
Managing Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing
Managing injured staff in schools and preschools: risks and best practice
The Department for Education’s managing unsatisfactory performance intranet page has a number of templates, exemplars and fact sheets.
The training offered by the Performance Improvement and Incapacity (PII) unit is also listed here.
The presentation at the SASSLA Conference was more of an overview; members are encouraged to attend the Managing Unsatisfactory Performance in Schools Workshop. PII also highly recommend the other programs offered as they build on the skills and capabilities required to support leaders in managing/addressing performance concerns but are also applicable to performance development for all staff.
SASSLA 2018 State Conference – Protective Behaviours for Principals and Preschool Directors
Dealing with Aggressive Parents
Defamation and Conflict of Interest
SASSLA 2017 State Conference – Leadership; From Surviving to Thriving
SASSLA Conference Phil O’Loughlin Presentation
SASSLA Conference Thilan Legierse Presentation
Thilan’s Easy Peasy Difficult Conversation Formula https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B6gy4pXpjQ_CUF92NlNaWEswMmc
SASSLA Educational Leadership Conference 2016
Dr David Gurr presentation link – What we know from studying successful school leaders
Gurr SASSLA State Conference 2016
Assoc Prof Peter Grootenboer presentation link – Leading for sustainable educational development