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DIVE INTO Mountain Tops 3D - 54892

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Transcript of DIVE INTO Mountain Tops 3D - 54892

START
Journey
I realised something, I was good at adapting to change and found a good challenge really rewarding



THE
STARTS
JOURNEY
HERE
My
Vision
My Goal
GETTING
TO
THE
TOP
ISN'T
ALWAYS
EASY
HELP!
And
be DIFFERENT
for us all
it will
There are even times I fear I may be replaced by an App.
From One Top
TO THE TEXT TOP
No
buy
in
I used to try and bring people with me
No
sustainability
Making Excuses
Through sheer willpower
With no plan
With me doing the heavy lifting
Change can be done
to
you,
with
you, or
through
you
.
ASSETS
Where did
I start?
Change
Enacting
OF
DIVE
INTO
WORLD
Mountain
OF
THE
TOPS
3D
My Brilliant
Career
My
And how did I get there?
I was just surviving for the first year - I called it "Triage Education"
I didn't start as a teacher. I came to teaching after a career in psychology
B Arts
(Psych, Eng)
B Education
(Special Needs, Eng)
M Education
(Guidance & Counselling)



HOSES

Griffith Uni
DP- Student Services

But is this the pinnacle of my career?
Or the foundation
of what's to come?
DP -Student Services
My Vision of Change
The Reality of Managing Change
Once I became proficient in operational
issues I soon realised I needed to do more.
Before we start - write down something you've achieved that you're most proud of

- Going for things that are slightly unobtainable

I have had to get to know myself really well and that was hard work. I realised I have GRIT - passion, perseverance and stamina.



There have been times when
I have second-guessed
myself, felt as if I have
alienated everyone, that nothing changes
& that I have chosen
the wrong career.
There was even a time
I was concerned I could
be replaced by an app
Expectations?
How have I enacted change?
Spheres of Influence
Just as a side note - I want to tell you how hard it was for me to shift from PowerPoint to Prezzi. But I feel great that I worked it out.
Thank you for sticking around at the end of the conference and giving me so much of your valuable time.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3128035/Will-job-stolen-robot-Calculator-reveals-likelihood-droid-sitting-desk-future.html
- In school
- Community
- State
- Region
- Department
Writing
How many people said "I'm most proud of how much marking I do?"
All the things we described that we are most proud of, are also the things we found the most difficult:
- Resilience
- Reaching a goal and pushing ourselves beyond our limits
- All schools need change done their own way
- Hand back what you can
- Give yourself the time to strategically think
- Use a research based framework
- Build critical relationships & over-communicate
- Find out what they need and what you can give
and find the middle road
- Map out the resistance and what you will do
-
- Set goals and celebrate success
- Seek (and take on) feedback
- Reflect and grow
SO how do we adopt and adapt to change?
Methodology for Change
Change can be done to you, or done with you (both have the same effect).
Many of you sitting here today will say your school is different – well I’m here to say, change is possible, even when you don’t think it is. It’s all about how you do it.

Authentic change takes 3-5/7 years to take hold – so this is a marathon, not a sprint – prepare for that and be kind on yourself

Change fatigue was leaking into everything I did
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