Transforming Personal and Professional Wellbeing
CrisisID Coaching Program
with Gavin Grift


 



Dates

Webinar 1 - 14 Jul 2021
Webinar 2 - 21 Jul 2021
Webinar 3 - 9th Aug 2021
Webinar 4 - 11th Aug 2021


Duration

2 hr sessions


Series Cost

Non Member - $650
ACEL Member - $600

Combine and Save*
$810
*Receive a discount when you combine your registration with a new ACEL membership

Designed specifically for educators, this groundbreaking program will help you understand yourself and others in difficult times before showing you how to work with your thinking and that of others to truly transform personal and professional wellbeing.

Educators Face Unique Challenges

Only educators understand the pressure that comes from working with young people, their parents and colleagues and while simultaneously trying to deal with bureaucratic red tape, raising a family, balancing the personal with professional and living a fulfilling life.

Even though you love your work, when a crisis arises, either on a global scale or at a personal level, it can be hard to focus, find clarity and work out a way to move forward. This could include a disruption at home, trouble with a colleague, a particularly difficult student or a rate of professional change you don’t feel you can keep up with.

This program, specifically designed for educators, has been created to help you access the thinking, tools and support you need to develop and sustain clarity, confidence and motivation, now and for the long term.

Learn essential thinking techniques from leading education experts and reclaim control of your world with this insightful and life-changing program.

Program Outcomes

  • Uncover the power of the Crisis Outcomes Roadmap
  • Learn the four stages of crisis and how to use them to take charge of your own situation
  • Apply new ways of thinking and doing to strengthen your response to crisis
  • Equip yourself with practical strategies that can be applied in high stress situations
  • Learn how to deal with others who may be experiencing intense difficulty
  • Discover and develop seven proven dispositions critical to dealing with crisis
  • Discover ways to lessen stress through developing your ability to respond calmly and in measured ways
  • Reduce the risk of the potentially harmful unintended outcomes associated with being in crisis
  • Learn how to solidify your relationships with others in challenging and uncertain times
  • Master self-control in moments that seem out of control

Feel better, starting now
WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER

Gavin Grift

Gavin Grift is the Founder and CEO of Grift Education. Gavin’s passion, commitment, humour and highly engaging style have made him one of Australia’s most in-demand presenters. Through his keynotes, seminars, and coaching services, Gavin connects with national and international audiences on how to cultivate authentic collaboration, build success in others and genuinely commit to reflective practice. His belief in the development of defined professional autonomy for educators both challenge and connect the head and heart of his audiences.

Gavin is co-author of numerous articles and best-selling books, including Collaborative Teams that Transform Schools (2016), Transformative Collaboration (2016), Teachers as Architects of Learning (2018) and Five Ways of Being: What Leaders of Learning Think, Do and Say Everyday (2020).


Each Webinar will include:

•  Pre-session opportunity to send questions to Gavin
•  Q&A time during the session using the Chat Bar
•  Online live with Gavin Grift
•  ACEL Webinar support team
•  Journal Articles for pre-reading and to review later

Attending the Webinars

You will be emailed a personal link to each webinar the day prior to the event. It is advised that you attend the webinar 10 minutes before commencement to avoid missing any content.

If you have any questions please contact workshops@acel.org.au or call 02 8396 0800.

Webinar 1:
What is CrisisID®


Date:
Wednesday 14th Jul 2021


Time:
4.00pm [NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT]
3.30pm [SA]
4.00pm [QLD]
3.30pm [NT]
2.00pm [WA]
6.00pm [New Zealand]

Duration:
2 Hours

  • How are crisis and conflict different and why does it matter?
  • How is our emotional intelligence developed through applying this thinking?
  • What is the CrisisID Roadmap and how might it apply to our own personal/professional challenges?
  • How can we identify our difficulty in ways that support our approach to them?
  • What kind of thinking do people need to engage with to create opportunity through adversity?
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Webinar 2:
Who am I in crisis?


Date:
Wednesday 21st Jul 2021


Time:
4.00pm [NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT]
3.30pm [SA]
4.00pm [QLD]
3.30pm [NT]
2.00pm [WA]
6.00pm [New Zealand]

Duration:
2 Hours

  • What role does identity play in the handling of Crisis and there inherent challenges?
  • How do thinking dispositions assist us in difficult times and what is important to commit to?
  • What might research teach us about the critical disposition required to consider when confronted with life’s challenges?
  • How might we develop these dispositions in authentic ways to prevail and prosper through difficulty?
  • How does this relate to the development of our emotional intelligence?
  • What specific strategies can assist us build self-awareness, purpose, trust, optimism, focus, flexibility and courage?


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Webinar 3:
How can I learn to support others through a crisis?


Date:
Monday 9th Aug 2021


Time:
4.00pm [NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT]
3.30pm [SA]
4.00pm [QLD]
3.30pm [NT]
2.00pm [WA]
6.00pm [New Zealand]

Duration:
2 Hours

  • What theories and influences can help us help others?
  • What do people want from us when difficult times hit?
  • What do we have to specifically build our capacity to support others successfully?
  • How can we help others to make breakthroughs in their thinking?
  • What practical approaches and strategies can we utilise when supporting others and how does that relate to our identity?
  • How do we manage the different reactions people have to adversity?
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Webinar 4:
Where do I take this from here?


Date:
Wednesday 11th Aug 2021


Time:
4.00pm [NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT]
3.30pm [SA]
4.00pm [QLD]
3.30pm [NT]
2.00pm [WA]
6.00pm [New Zealand]

Duration:
2 Hours

  • What will we commit to based on our insights?
  • How can we prioritise these commitments to maximise impact?
  • In what ways can take charge of a situation rather than have it take charge of us?
  • Where else might I go for continued support of my learning?
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