Aims & Sessions

Rethinking the roles of educational leaders in times of change

The primary aims of ISL Cambridge are to explore latest trends that will transform education by re-considering the role of school leaders in instructional excellence and to offer a host of new strategies to make a difference in your school community and expand your leadership capacity.

ISL aims to;

  • Examine full array of roles and responsibilities of school leaders.
  • Explore how the roles are distributed and discover new ways of sharing the responsibilities across the school.
  • Offer perspectives based on cutting edge empirical research on effective school leadership and how it influences learner outcomes.
  • Provide professionally stimulating opportunities for reflection on school leaders’ core values and practices.
  • Create a constructive dialogue about how leadership skills can be improved to be able to overcome the toughest challenges in the national educational system.
  • Explore latest trends that will transform education by re-considering the role of school leaders in instructional excellence.
  • Offer a host of new strategies to make a difference in your school community and expand your leadership capacity.
  • Identify the key roles and distinctive characteristics of effective leaders.

Concurrent Sessions

  • Motivating Staff and Students
  • Characteristics of 21st-Century Schools
  • Success Stories of Educational Leaders
  • Latest Models of Educational Leadership
  • Becoming an Effective School Administrator
  • Leading Successful Change in Educational Systems
  • Managing and Strategy: Learning from the Private Sector
  • Global Trends in Education, Teaching, and School Administration

Professional Development Workshops

  • Effective Communication
  • Design Thinking, Creativity and Innovation
  • Self-Management and Time Management
  • Beyond Bureaucracy: Embracing Change
  • Benchmarking: Learning from Best Schools
  • Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
  • Managing Diversity in Education