HR Seminar 2017
Thursday 10 August 9.00am - 4.30pm
The HR will be held at the Matiu Room, Te Whare Waka Functions Centre, Wellington.
ISNZ HR Seminar 2017
Registration and arrival tea & coffee
Welcome and Introductions
Exec. Director ISNZ
The Education Council is the professional body for registered teachers. This session will provide you with an overview of the Council’s strategy and an update on recent changes that you need to be aware of including:
Professional Services Education Council
Staff Wellbeing and Pastoral Care — what are our
responsibilities, why we should care, and what more can we
In this session we’ll hear about the most common issues that
New Zealand’s largest Employee Assistance Programme
provider is dealing with and the impact of poor employee
health on our economy. We’ll understand why there’s been an
increase in Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) usage and
the benefits to organisations that promote mentally healthy
Navigating stormy waters
A brief guide to contractual conundrums in the employment sphere
In this session we will endeavour to decipher some of the common pitfalls that employers in the education space may encounter. This includes:
This session will be interactive in nature and you are encouraged to come prepared with your own examples or questions relating to contractual and employment law issues that you have faced in your own Schools.
Performance Management: from Compliance to Growth
Fixing Appraisal? Yeah Right!
We realised that it wasn’t appraisal we had to focus on; it wasn’t the system that counted the most - it was our attitude towards it that needed to change. Challenging our own professionalism and shifting teachers and leaders from within: moving from the traditional ‘tick box’ nature of appraisal to a self-directed model which focuses on inquiring into and reflecting on our own practice.
Creating Our Professional Learning Culture
Innovative teachers are at the heart of our schools. Consequently we need to invest in creating a culture of collaboration and reflective practice by providing a learning platform for our teachers. At Saint Kentigern Boys’ School we have begun the journey of creating a professional learning culture that has collaboration, reflection and research at the heart of everything we do.
Diocesan School for Girls
Saint Kentigern Boys’ School
Human Resources Manager
Diocesan School for Girls
Open Forum: topics/issues for discussion
Seminar close and afternoon tea
If you would like to attend register below or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
All cancellations will incur a $50 cancellation fee.