Specialisation programme in leadership for teachers in the Community of Madrid, organised by the Rafael del Pino Foundation and the Community of Madrid. This online programme is complementary (not exclusive) to the Evoluciona - Teacher Leadership Programme.

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  • Start of the programme - Coming soon

  • Duration - 6 months

  • Language - Spanish

  • Price - Free

  • Credits Consult the programme website

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Programme description

To lead is to influence, to lead is to inspire. The educator is, therefore, a leader: his or her role goes far beyond the teaching-learning process, as he or she is continuously modelling behaviours and attitudes in the classroom and outside it, influencing the creation of a culture, a way of acting and being.

This is especially valid and essential in a 21st century that has reshaped this responsibility, given the multiple and growing sources of reference, influence and possibilities.

If it makes more and more sense to talk about leadership in the organisational world, it makes even more sense in the educational world. The current VUCA context (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) is present in the classroom and requires teacher-leaders who lead themselves, who know how to effectively manage relationships and communication with all the actors in the educational context and who have a strategic and systemic vision that allows them to better understand and manage this context.

The main objective of the Evoluciona programme is to strengthen and develop the educator's leadership skills, to walk a path from the inside out, from self-knowledge and self-management to the most important competencies for effective leadership - inside and outside the classroom. All of this taking into account at all times its impact on the different agents and actors present in the educational task: students, parents, teachers and institutions.

Programme structure

The aim of this block is to help you to achieve the main challenge that every person has throughout their lives: to discover themselves and be leaders of their own person, from clarifying their goals and objectives, to developing the emotional capacities necessary to do so.

The aim of this block is to help you develop your interpersonal leadership, focusing on the skills that a leader requires to lead others, within your educational environment and in society itself.

The objective of this block is to work on and develop the elements and capacities necessary to co-lead with a systemic vision, to understand group dynamics and to effectively influence the collective consciousness in order to strengthen the 'Systemic Altitude' of the Teacher as a Leader.

Academic Coordination of the Programme

Almudena Díez

Director of Training Programmes at the Rafael del Pino Foundation.

Teaching Team

  • Fernando Notaro

    Professional coach with extensive experience, specialising in the Executive, Organisational and Team areas. Trained in the USA at the Coaches Training Institute and the Center for Right Relationship, he holds a postgraduate master's degree in Strategic Management and Innovation Management from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, a degree in Economics from the Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and teaches at the Instituto de Desarrollo Directivo Integral at the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid.

  • Oihana Basilio

    Oihana Basilio is a Rafael del Pino-MIT Fellow on Deep-Tech Entrepreneurship. She has been Director of Research and Network Programmes at the Rafael del Pino Foundation. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Master in Economics and Innovation Management, Master in Society, Science and Technology by the European Interuniversity Association and Bachelor in Economics by the University of the Basque Country.

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