Helping you make the most of working from home

Spaces are still available for CDN's free online sessions, which have been designed for college staff, managers and leaders.

The first session - Working Remotely - will take place next Tuesday 5 May, and will be delivered by Dr. Sue Mitchell MAC MPSA, Director at Aeona and author of 'The Authority Guide to Engaging your People'. A range of other interactive sessions will be delivered throughout May, detailed below...


Working Remotely

Tuesday 5 May, 11am

Gain insights and tips on how to manage yourself and manage your space, time and energy to be as effective as you can be. This Zoom session will include lots of opportunity for interaction, including chat text and breakout rooms so you can share with your colleagues what is working well in a college context.

Delivered by Dr. Sue Mitchell MAC MPSA, Director at Aeona, and author of 'The Authority Guide to Engaging your People'


Register here


Mindfulness for Leaders - An Experiential Introduction

Wednesday 13 May, 10am

This session is for those who want to explore the concept of mindfulness and the evidence base. Understand the benefits of mindfulness as a way towards personal mastery and the relevance of this for leaders living and working in an 'attention economy'.


Delivered by Sandy MacLean, CDN Lead for Curriculum and Teaching


Register here


Managing Remotely

Thursday 14 May, 11am

How can you manage effectively when you don’t meet your people and no longer work together in the same way? This session explores tips to manage your team remotely, keep everyone engaged and clear on expectations, including the often overlooked aspects of how you enhance the ‘human’ elements when we interact via technology.

Delivered by Dr. Sue Mitchell MAC MPSA, Director at Aeona, and author of 'The Authority Guide to Engaging your People”


Register here


Leading Remotely in a Crisis

Monday 18 May, 11am

Find out how you can lead the college community and the organisation as a whole to help them thrive during and after this crisis. What do you need to consider for communications and how you create and maintain a positive culture across the organisation when staff are not coming into the workplace and are dispersed so widely? What can you do for looking over the horizon and bringing people with you?


Delivered by Dr. Sue Mitchell MAC MPSA, Director at Aeona, and author of 'The Authority Guide to Engaging your People


Register here


Mindfulness for Leaders - An Experiential Introduction

Tuesday 26 May, 10am

This session is for those who want to explore the concept of mindfulness and the evidence base. Understand the benefits of mindfulness as a way towards personal mastery and the relevance of this for leaders living and working in an 'attention economy'.


Delivered by Sandy MacLean, CDN Lead for Curriculum and Teaching


Register here

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