2018 ISNZ Conference - The Changing Face of Leadership in an Age of Disruption

About the conference

We are delighted to announce the 2018 Independent Schools of New Zealand Conference. Join us at the Grand Millennium, Auckland on Friday 22 June to Saturday 23 June.

The Conference programme has been designed to explore the changing face of leadership with reference to the education sector and with specific attention to leadership in the age of disruption.

We encourage all Member Schools to support this programme - it is current, relevant, thought-provoking and challenging, and will equip participants with tools and resources that will strengthen the learning environments of their respective schools.

Topics will include:
- Leadership in the age of disruption                                                   
- Adaptive, collaborative and creative leadership                                  
- Effective governance                                                                      
- Digital disruption in the school sector                                               
- An overview of economic drivers for the future                                  
- The student voice in leadership
- Developing emerging leaders
- The return on investment of diversity in our schools
- Building a strong brand in the age of disruption
- How Independent Schools can maintain the leading edge in education outcomes

 

Registrations open now

Registrations are now open for the 2018 ISNZ Conference. We hope to see you there.

If you are an employee or Board Member of one of our Member Schools, your school will have a designated person managing registrations for the ISNZ Conference. Please contact your School to ask about registration.

If you are not affiliated with any of our schools, please contact the ISNZ office on +64 4 471 2022 or email info@isnz.org.nz and we will assist you.

 

Early bird registration offer
We’re delighted to offer an Early Bird registration fee of $875 until Friday 25 May
Our standard registration rate after Friday 25 May will be $975.
Please note that you must register before 25 May to take advantage of the Early Bird rate.

 

About our registration options
There are five different registration options:

  • Primary delegate ($875 until 25 May, $975 after 25 May). This rate includes all sessions and the Conference Dinner and Marsh Cocktail Function
  • Partner/Spouse ($750). This rate includes all sessions and the Conference Dinner and Marsh Cocktail Function                     
  • Marsh Cocktail Function only ($50). For those not registering for the conference but wishing to attend the Friday night Cocktail Function
  • Conference Dinner only ($150). For those not registering for the conference but wishing to attend the Friday evening Conference Dinner
  • Marsh Cocktail Function and Conference Dinner ($200). For those not registering for the conference but wishing to attend Dinner AND Cocktails on Friday night.

 

Speaker profiles

Christopher Luxon, Chief Executive Officer, Air New Zealand

Dr Geoff Newcombe, CEO of AISNSW, and Jennifer Davies, Dean of the AIS Leadership Centre

Gus McIntosh, CEO, Winsborough

Dr Howard Youngs, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader Master of Educational Leadership, AUT

Richard Westlake, Director, Westlake Governance

Bev Cassidy-MacKenzie, CEO, Diversity Works

Kaila Colbin, Singularity University Ambassador

Alia Bojilova, Senior Consultant, Sheffield

Ashley Siddall, Senior Consultant, Gallup

David Scott, BSc (Hons), PGCE, PGDipEDLEAD - Middle School Principal, Kristin School

Sharon Zollner, Chief Economist, ANZ

James Fletcher, Trustee & Chairman of Works, King’s School, Auckland

After Dinner Speaker: Denise L-Estrange-Corbet

 

Conference Programme:

 Download the conference programme

 

Thursday 21 June 2018

Room

4.00pm-5.30pm

New Heads Meeting

Boardroom

4.00pm-7.00pm

Registration

Pre function Foyer

Friday 22 June 2018

7.45am

Registration

Pre function Foyer

9.00am-9.30am

Opening Ceremony

Deborah James, Executive Director, Independent Schools of New Zealand

Heather McRae, Chair, Independent Schools of New Zealand

Associate Minister under invitation

Millennium I & II

9.30am-10.20am

Presentation of ISNZ Honours Awards

Associate Minister under invitation

Honours Awards sponsors: Cambridge Assessment and Spacific

Millennium I & II

10.20am-10.50am

Morning tea and exhibitions

 

10.50am-11.00am

Fuji Xerox New Zealand – Platinum Sponsor

Millennium I & II

11.00am-12.00pm

Adapting to Change. Successful Leadership Strategies in the Age of Disruption

 

Gus McIntosh, CEO, Winsborough

   Millennium I & II

12.00pm – 12.10pm

Office Max – Silver Sponsor

Millennium I & II

12.10pm-1.00pm

(Re)claiming and Disrupting Leadership Practice and Organisational Learning: Moving Beyond the Status Quo and Distributed Models

Dr Howard Youngs, Senior Lecturer; Programme Leader Master of Educational Leadership, AUT

Millennium I & II

1.00pm-2.00pm

Lunch and exhibitions

 

2.00pm-2.40pm

 

Concurrent session one

Effective Governance Leadership for the Forward Thinking School

Richard Westlake, Director, Westlake Governance

 

Talent Hunting - Recruiting Outstanding Leaders

Ashley Siddall, Senior Consultant, Gallup

Better by Diversity – Measuring the ROI of Effective Diversity

Bev Cassidy-MacKenzie, CEO, Better by Diversity

 

Millennium I

                      Millennium II

Aucklander

2.40pm-3.20pm

Concurrent session two

Leadership in the Digital Era

Graham Prentice, All of Government General Manager, Cyclone

 

Case study: The Adaptive Leadership Programme: Developing Adaptive, Resilient Leaders in Schools

David Scott, Middle School Principal, Kristin School

 

Building in a Disruptive Environment.  Strategies to Create Competitive Advantage and Long-Term Value James Fletcher, Trustee & Chairman of Works, King’s School, Auckland

                    

Millennium I

 

Millennium II

     

       Aucklander

3.20pm-3.50pm

Afternoon tea and exhibitions

 

3.50pm-4.00pm

ANZ - Gold Sponsor

Mark Hiddleston, Managing Director, ANZ

Millennium I & II

4.00pm-4.45pm

Economic Drivers for the Future                                  Sharon Zollner, Chief Economist, ANZ

Millennium I & II

4.45pm-5.30pm

The Paradigm for Leadership

Christopher Luxon, CEO, Air New Zealand

Millennium I & II

5.30pm-6.30pm

The Marsh Cocktail Function

Millennium I & II

7.30pm-10:30pm

Conference Dinner

After dinner speaker: Denise L’Estrange Corbet

Millennium I & II

Saturday 23 June 2018

8.15am-8.45am

ISA AGM  

Coromandel

8.15am-8.45am

ASBA AGM

Aucklander

9.00am-9.40am

 

Resilience in Leadership               

Alia Bojilova, Senior Consultant, Sheffield

Millennium I & II

9.40am-10.30am

Riding the Exponential Wave of Change

Kaila Colbin, Ambassador Australia and New Zealand, Singularity University

Millennium I & II

10.30am-11.00am

Morning tea and exhibitions

 

11.00am-11.30pm

The Student Voice in Leadership

Millennium I & II

11.30am – 12.10pm

Leadership: increasing collaboration in a time of increasing complexity

Sue Watson, Leadership Development Manager, New Zealand Leadership Institute

Millennium I & II

12.10pm- 1.00pm

Lunch and exhibitions

 

1.00pm-1.30pm

Exhibition Interaction & Sponsors Prize draw

Millennium I & II

1.30pm-1.40pm

Schoolbox – Silver Sponsor

Ellen Richards, Chief Strategy Officer, Alaress/Schoolbox

Millennium I & II

1.40pm-2.40pm

Independent Schools - Maintaining the Leading Edge

Dr. Geoff Newcombe, Chief Executive Officer, Association of Independent Schools NSW and Jennifer Davies, Dean, AIS Leadership Centre

Millennium I & II

2.40pm-3.00pm

Conference close

Millennium I & II

3.15pm-4.00pm

AHIS AGM

Coromandel