Great leaders have a bias for action.

They recognise that taking action provides opportunity for faster learning and represents deliberate movement towards a purposeful goal. Audacious actors don’t wait for the perfect solution, or to develop a foolproof plan, they dream and then do something about it. When there is a choice, choose action over inaction.

Take "Audacious Action" at The School Leadership Conference 2022.

8-10 June | Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

SAVE up to $325 | EARLYBIRD closes 1 April

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Wednesday 8 June

Optional Experiences

Choose an optional addition to your Conference learning experience

8:15 AM - 2:30 PM
Optional Experience | Walk on Country

Experience the Indigenous culture of the Yagara peoples of Brisbane. Immerse yourself in the culture of the traditional custodians of this land at the beautiful Nudgee Waterholes. The day will include participation in ceremonies, sharing in bush foods, developing cultural empathy of Indigenous students’ cultural perspectives, and discussing the embedding of Indigenous cultural elements into school environments. 

8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Optional Experience | Tracey Ezard Masterclass
Creating a Thriving Challenge Culture – Getting Beyond "Nice"

We often struggle with moving out of a place of "nice" or "stuck" to a dynamic, robust environment where challenging the status quo and deeply reflecting on our own practice is the norm. This dynamism creates a buzz of forward momentum and shift.

Engage in a masterclass that will give you practical and actionable steps to lift the culture in your school to a place of deep and authentic collective efficacy. Participants will receive access to the Buzz Diagnostic, a whole school aggregated report on how your staff see the Collaborative Learning Culture at your school, as well as a special QASSP access opportunity to The Buzz Academy.

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Optional Experience | Inner City School Visits

Experience two of Brisbane’s inner-city schools; their facilities, complexity, multiculturalism, partnerships and contributions to learning in the 21st century. See the impressive facilities of one of the state’s newest schools, Fortitude Valley State Secondary College. In addition visit West End State School opened in 1875 but also showcasing new architecturally impressive buildings and now boasting over 1000 students.

4:30 PM
Registration Opens

5:00 PM
The John Cochran Lecture | Dylan Alcott, Award-Winning Athlete

Dylan Alcott is a dual sport athlete and the youngest ever wheelchair basketball gold medallist. Impressively, he has represented Australia in wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis since the age of 13.

Born with a tumour wrapped around his spinal cord and without the use of his legs, Dylan was able to beat the odds and achieve more than the doctors ever thought he would, becoming one of Australia's most recognisable and successful Paralympians. Dylan is a firm believer in the idea that you have to buy a ticket to win the raffle, and tells stories of the importance of pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone in order to achieve your dreams.

6:00 PM
Networking Event

Enjoy drinks and canapes with friends and colleagues

7:00 PM
Evening Ends | Perhaps with dinner at one of the many restaurants in Brisbane's South Bank precinct

The conference organisers reserve the right to change activities, topics, and presenters where necessary.

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