Editor’s Note: Continuing with our Leaders Who Inspire Us campaign, check out today’s featured leader Liz Weir! Keep an eye out for more inspirational people in our field who are change makers. If you want to recommend someone, please send a note to [email protected]
As Lecturer in Charge (LIC) of all Health, Physical Education, and Sport programs for Education Victoria, Liz provides exceptional leadership and innovative programs for students in Under Graduate (Bachelor of Education and Early Childhood) and Post Graduate (Masters of Teaching) courses. Liz will be moderating a POP UP Dinner at the BOOST Conference in Palm Springs, CA on how to build a Resilient Mindset for Leaders (you must be registered for BOOST to participate).
I am inspired most by colleagues as we work closely as a team. We inspire, motivate, and continually learn from each other. We share articles, TED talks, Educational research, and innovative practices that help us improve the work we do together.
It is important to understand The Resilient Mindset and how this impacts how we interact, communicate, and engage with each other. I want to share this work and inspire Educational Leaders across the globe to collaborate and learn using The Resilient Mindset.
Connecting with people – sharing their stories and learning from this inspires the work I do every day.
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mohandas Gandhi
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi