Nuance: Why some leaders succeed and others fail - Melbourne

Event by ACEL
Date October 11, 2019 - October 11, 2019
Time 9:00am - 4:00pm

Ideas about effective and ineffective leadership have been the subject of study for decades yet practitioners still find it difficult to get useful guidance from the literature. Aside from the inconsistencies in advice it seems that some leaders use a particular approach and are successful, while others seem to use the same ideas, but fail. The difference might be ‘nuance’. Leaders who succeed seem to have a greater feel for how to relate to people and for the change process.

Michael Fullan, as he says, learns 80% of his best ideas from leading practitioners. In this dynamic session draws participants will learn about the latest key insights from Fullan’s latest books: Coherence, Engage the world Change the world, and Nuance; and also from new cases that Fullan and his team continue to help develop.

Whether you are at the school, region or state level you will have the opportunity to learn about the latest leadership ideas from research, practice and colleagues, and from Fullan himself who continues to work with education systems around the globe. Use this day to build your leadership team and to test and expand your own leadership effectiveness.


1800 680 559
Pullman Albert Park 65 Queens Rd
Albert Park VIC