Last Thursday, 13 June 2019 at Alexandra Park, The Auckland Regional Ministry of Education office welcomed the opportunity to facilitate a Kāhui Ako Hui to bring together educational leaders across Auckland. Kāhui Ako / Communities of Learning are based on collaboration with education providers working together with community; making decisions by consensus, sharing good practice, ideas and resources. Effective change management enables a Kāhui Ako to identify and make the positive changes that support this way of working.
● Celebrating Change Management work through presentations by Kāhui Ako leaders and their teams.
● Supporting Kāhui Ako leaders in their roles as change leaders within Kāhui Ako.
● Identifying and strengthening strategic, operational and cultural elements of managing change within Kāhui Ako.
● Intentional sharing of current best practice between Kāhui Ako in the Auckland region to strengthen collaboration across all stakeholders.
From our Kāhui Ako, The Auckland Central Community of Schools, ACCoS, our lead principal Jill Farquharson our Lead Principal shared
“Auckland Central: The Journey - What created the change?”
Below you can check out her slides.