Multi-Academy Trust Executive Leadership

Multi-Academy Trust Executive Leadership


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A comprehensive programme for current Chief Executives of Multi-Academy Trusts or foundations, that will equip you with skills to reach and exceed your goals in growing and nurturing your organisations. This programme addresses the challenges of up scaling Multi-Academy Trusts in a sustainable and effective manner.


What makes an effective MAT CEO?


Who should attend:

Chief Executive Officers and Leaders of Multi-Academy Trusts across primary, secondary and special educational needs schools.


What will it cover:

This experiential programme goes beyond a 2 day workshop. The course will run over a period of four months and will involve a Discovery Phase and two Workshops separated by a Project Phase (a period for project work and individual coaching).


  • The leadership qualities and competencies of highly effective chief executives and how to further develop these in their own leadership role
  • The critical skills needed to lead and manage change in a challenging environment. How to secure the buy-in and engagement of key stakeholders
  • How to build sustainable capacity across a diverse group of schools and settings
  • How to build a compelling business case for expansion
  • How to ensure that appropriate and effective governance structures and processes are implemented across the organisation


Delegate feedback

"Would recommend to others.

Course challenged my thinking and gave practical activities to reinforce and increase professional activities"

Worcestershire Executive Headteacher


Next scheduled programme:

Discovery Phase Workshop 1 Workshop 2
August 2017 September 2017 November 2017




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To find out more or to book a place:

Call: 0800 090 2255



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