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THE RESILIENT LEADER Seminar by Shane Martin

Primary & Post Primary Principals / Deputy Principals / School Leaders

Resilience is a key characteristic of high-performing leaders. We need to cultivate it within ourselves in order to advance and thrive. Resilient leaders help protect the energy of the people in their teams. They ‘bounce back’ from setbacks and misfortune.  Science has uncovered specific traits/factors that can be utilised at work and in our lives in general that will make us more resilient.  
We can all learn to become more resilient.
This seminar will explore the science of resilience and highlight evidence-based strategies linked to positive outcomes during challenging times.
This Seminar will be delivered by Shane Martin C.Psychol.,Ps.S.I.  Shane Martin is a psychologist dedicated to teaching the very best evidence-based psychology to help people protect their mental health and enhance the quality of their lives.
Shane has been a keynote speaker at numerous conferences on a range of topics around wellbeing, positive mental health, recovery and happiness. A leader within the area of education, he has visited hundreds of educational institutions nationwide working with management teams, teachers/lecturers, students and parents. In February 2017 Shane addressed the Oireachtas (Irish parliament) Joint Committee on Education and Skills on the important topic of Positive Mental Health in Schools. His focus was on how schools can cultivate a culture of resilience. As a former teacher he promotes realistic evidence-based interventions that can foster better mental health within whole school communities.  He has been engaged by the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST), the Irish Primary Principals’ Network and the Centre for School Leadership. He has been a guest lecturer at a number of universities in Ireland.

This course will be held in Galway Education Centre on 23 March 2020 - 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm.

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