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Team Games
Andrew Hammond talks to Max Coates, Professor of education, author, coach and former headteacher.

Team Games: a fireside chat about developing successful teams, followed by Q&A. Max Coates is a contributing author on the NAHT Discovery Education Pathway programme. Max’s module explores the issues for many teams together with providing tools for changing and developing your team. The module supports reflection on purpose, the rebalancing of the activity of the team, Lencioni’s analysis of the roots of team dysfunctionality and a process for team review.

Read all about what is going to be covered in the webinar in this article written by Max Coates: https://thehub.naht.org.uk/category/pathway/

This session will be available on demand.

Jul 21, 2020 05:00 PM in London

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Andrew Hammond
Senior Director of Learning @Discovery Education
Andrew served in schools for over 20 years, as Classteacher, Head of Department, Deputy Headteacher and Headteacher in both independent and maintained sector schools. A prolific author, Andrew has written numerous titles for a range of educational publishers. He has a BA QTS from Bath and an MA from King’s College London. He is currently studying for an Ed.D at Buckingham, researching the power of culture to deliver character traits and attitudes in schools. He is interested in how schools turn values-based platitudes into practice and how we best support pupils’ personal and cultural development by supporting the personal development of their teachers. Andrew joined Discovery Education in September 2019 as Senior Director of Learning. He designed the Pathway Programme and is series editor for its content. He is passionate about supporting the whole teacher.
Max Coates
Professor of education, author, coach, former headteacher
Max has worked for 15 years for the Institute of Education, now part of University College London. He is also part of the team that has developed a Professional Doctorate (EdD) for the University of Buckingham. During this time, he has lectured on leadership, coaching and team development. A significant part of his work has been undertaken in a wide variety of countries a including Colombia, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Pakistan and the Netherlands. His work has been with individual schools as well as supporting the development of national initiatives in a number of countries. Through this period, he has developed his thinking around leadership and particularly how the demands placed on leaders can distort their thinking around strategy, developing creative solutions and strategies for creating purposeful cultures. Of course, his work also has a direct relevance to well-being, his current area of research.