Date: Wednesday 2nd November 7pm -8pm Venue: School Hall
One of the biggest challenges facing Dad’s today is time. How to find it and how to use it. Especially when it comes to our kids.
The AFL is a high powered industry that demands time from the people who work in it.
Hear from AFL Premiership Assistant Coach, Darren Harris on how he juggled raising his 3 kids whilst coaching at West Coast Eagles and then Carlton Football Clubs.
Now as a Facilitator and Partner at renowned leadership group, Leading Teams the demands on his time have not changed.
Leading Teams has been developing high performing teams for over 20 years.
Darren began his relationship with Leading Teams while employed as an Assistant Coach with the Carlton Football Club in the AFL under the facilitation of Ray McLean. Darren felt aligned to the Leading Teams model and believed passionately in its ability to produce high performance teams and high performing leaders.
The work Darren was doing with the Carlton development academy involved facilitating the Trademark and behaviors which ultimately led to the decision to leave the AFL and join Leading Teams in 2012. Darren is part of the Leading
The work Darren was doing with the Carlton development academy involved facilitating the Trademark and behaviors which ultimately led to the decision to leave the AFL and join Leading Teams in 2012. Darren is part of the Leading Teams national expansion and is based in our Perth office.
Darren has a Diploma of Teaching (Primary) from The Latrobe University, is a Supervisory Management graduate from (Leadership Management Australia), has completed a unit in Executive and Life Coaching at Curtin University in WA and is a Level 3 qualified AFL Football Coach. Darren was a Primary teacher for 10 years in both Western Australian and Victorian Primary Schools.
Darren has a proven record in Leadership, winning 7 Premierships in his career as a coach and player. His experience of team dynamics both in education and at all levels of elite sport will prove valuable to clients.
“I have always seen myself as a builder of people in my leadership roles. For me, caring and support are the most critical components to having success with a team. Winning looks after itself if everyone feels like they are valued and have influence on the team’s performance, whether that’s kicking goals or running the water. This belief and influence comes from knowing the direction of the team and the agreed behaviours. Challenging people to be the best they can be and then supporting them with their own personal plans is definitely a recipe for success. I have always wanted my players to be good citizens. The Leading Teams model does all of this in a safe but challenging environment and is why I feel so aligned to that way of thinking.”