• Tracey Ezard

    Professional Triber

    Keynote Speaker

    Author

    The Buzz - Creating a Thriving &

    Collaborative Staff Learning Culture

     

    Glue - The Stuff That Binds Us Together

    to do Extraordinary Work

    Tracey Ezard

    Creating leaders and environments where GROWTH is the focus

    Tracey demonstrates a unique ability and skill set to work with organisations creating a collaborative environment where divergent opinions can be canvassed in a safe process, leading to exploration and alignment of thinking; whilst often challenging traditional philosophies and methodology that can limit potential to achieve unique and optimal outcomes. Tracey has assisted us achieve this at both a Board level and at staff levels across the organisation in terms of co-creating strategy to drive change and innovation.’

    Nigel Fidgeon, Chief Executive Officer , Merri Health.

  • Tracey Ezard

    PROFESSIONAL TRIBER

     

    Creating 21st Century Tribes that Thrive

    Does your professional community focus on learning from each other?
    Are they buzzing with ideas, collaborating on solutions and transforming your organisation? If they’re not, what opportunities is your business missing out on?

     

    In a fast paced and dynamic world, our ability to form teams quickly and connect to the work is critical. Tracey helps leaders and teams form the glue that will get them extraordinary results - the glue of collaboration and trust.

  • Books

    for Leaders and Teams

    Glue

    The Stuff That Binds Us Together to do Extraordinary Work

    by Tracey Ezard

     

    Trust and collaboration are essential for real innovation to flourish. Glue reminds us of our essential nature as human beings – as co-creators – with an inbuilt need for deep connection and continuous learning.

    Yet fear of failure and judgement often throttle the creative insights and knowledge-sharing that are so essential to the long-term success of companies today.

    Glue not only recognises this problem, but opens a vital dialogue that leaders can continue with their people to find their own unique answers (now that’s collaboration!)

    Warning, after reading and applying the ideas in this book, your teams may never be the same again!

    • Status quos questioned
    • Assumptions challenged
    • Not-knowing embraced
    • Honest conversations will happen naturally.

    And eventually…

    • Risks taken, so that trust and collaboration become a working reality.  

    Glue gets us looking above conventional teams to the approach more fitting the 21st Century. Honour this 21st Century tribe culture, and watch your company become extraordinary!

    The Buzz

    Creating A Thriving and Collaborative Staff Learning Culture

    by Tracey Ezard

    Now AVAILABLE IN OUR STORE

     

    Written specifically for leaders in the education sector, this book gives you the keys to gaining commitment, collaboration and buy in to the shift you need in your organisation. It will help you build the learning intelligence of your workplace through supporting people outside their comfort zones and into growth.  To buy your copy, go to our store below.  

  • STORE

    The Buzz - Creating a Thriving and Collaborative Staff Learning Culture

    A Book for Education Leaders

     

    Glue. The Stuff That Binds Us Together to do Extraordinary Work

    A Book for Leaders and Teams that want to Lift Beyond Convention to 21st Century Tribes

  • Key to Success-

    Is the Learning Intelligence of Your Organisation Getting You SHIFT?

     

     

    Collaborative Growth

    Mindset

    We need to shake the status quo and the comfort zone and get moving! Whether we're focusing on strategy, continuous improvement, risk or simply staying ahead of the game, having a mindset that is about growth, learning and possibilities is vital. 

    Compelling

    Environment

    A compelling space and energy in our organisations can make or break a thriving environment.  Understanding the things we can do that create a place that people want to co-create and collaborate together is key to the success of an organisation with traction. It's  not all about physical space, it's also about the vibe!  Do you have the BUZZ?

     

    Authentic

    Dialogue

    It's usually the dialogue (or lack of) that kills innovation and collaboration.  Dynamic dialogue that builds connections and the ability to create an atmosphere of learning is required in the  complexity of today's world.  We need more dialogue that empowers people to feel connected, valued and make the change and transformation required. 

  • Leader and Organisational Programs

    Bespoke design that meets the needs of your organisation

    Have you FLIPPED your leadership?

    FLIP LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

    Complex times require leaders to shift their staff and transform not only their thinking about WHAT needs to be done and HOW, but also the WHY. The core skill for individuals: staff and their leaders is their ability to LEARN.

     

    Tracey Ezard works with leaders to increase their ability to lead the learning and build their own and others’ three intelligences: EMOTIONAL; STRATEGIC AND LEARNING. These skills enhance a leader's ability to co-create and collaborate with their staff to effect change and transformation. The three crucial components to these intelligences are: MINDSET, ENVIRONMENT and DIALOGUE.

    Using collaborative visual communication and strategy tools, leading edge models, and focussing on the three crucial components to a thriving continual improvement culture, Tracey works with leaders to enable them to great real shift in their teams.

    LEAP Strategy - Collaborative Planning That Does Make A Difference and Give You the Momentum You Need!

    Have your leaders sat through strategic planning that sucked?  Retreats that bored everyone to snores and strategy that got locked into the filing cabinet?  Tracey Ezard uses leading edge collaborative visual tools to take organisations through a thought provoking and future focussed  process, ending with a dynamic, aligned and committed plan of action.

    Have you got THE BUZZ? Thriving Professional Learning Environments

    Explore and strengthen the key elements of vibrant and thriving professional learning communities . Working with Tracey on this core skill of transformational organisations provides opportunity for your staff to identify their strengths in this area and how they can tap further into their emotional intelligence and 'learning intelligence' to create a thriving environment - even when times are tough!

    Elevate from a Hum to a Buzz!

  • Speaker

    Engaging and motivating keynote speaking - teams to tribes; learning; leadership; collaboration

    Mentor and Critical Friend

    Helping leaders challenge the status quo and create momentum in their organisations

    Author

    The Buzz: Creating Thriving and Collaborative Staff Learning Cultures

     

    Glue: The Stuff That Binds Us Together to do Extraordinary Stuff

    Educator and Facilitator

    Developing leaders and staff through dynamic sessions with a focus on application of learning, shift and transformation in the real world of their work.

    Facilitating the collaborative discussion and harnessing direction, action and outcomes.

    Executive Coach

    Supporting leaders in their quest for growth

  • Welcome to My Blog

    Periodically Tracey writes blogs that draw on her expertise as a collaboration and leadership expert and provides informative and 'real life' examples of how organisation’s can use these tools and techniques to facilitate change in executive teams and workplace culture through engagement, collaboration and action.

    This month I had the opportunity to chat with Brenden Carter and Rhiana Power from The Learning...
    High performance teams are adept at the flexibility and agility required in fast past...
    What do your kitchens and bathrooms say about your culture? I have a confession to make. I’m...
    I tried my hand at trapezing last week when we were away on holiday and it was a blast. On my...
    Over the years many of us have mastered the art of learning by ourselves. We read about a new way...
    Collaboration is one of those terms that brings interesting reactions in people. What does it...
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  • Collective wisdom and building collective capacity are the way of the future.

    Creating this within our staff learning community is the springboard to growth.

     

    Getting a good sense of how strong our buzz is (Is it a buzz? A hum? Or are those just crickets chirping?) can be a challenge when we’re sitting in the middle of it. To gauge what is going on we need to sit back and reflect on ourselves and our school.

     

    ‘The Buzz’ Diagnostic will guide your reflection.

     

    It asks about three core areas of learning intelligence: mindset, environment and belief.

    • Mindset. The way people in the learning community think.

    • Environment. The actions a learning community takes to stimulate professional learning.

    • Dialogue. The quality of the conversations learning communities have.

    In each of these areas, there are some questions about how you feel as an individual educator, and how you feel as an educator within your school community.

     

    When you’ve finished the Buzz Diagnostic, you will receive an individual report with feedback on important actions for your professional reflection practices.

     

    If you are in a leadership position, you will receive a separate report with specific feedback for your school’s professional learning community.

     

    So, what’s The Buzz at your school like?

     

    Estimated time to complete - 10 minutes

  • Upcoming Events

    VASSP Leading for Progress Conference

    13 -14 August 2018 - VIC

    Keynote Speakers: Pasi Sahlberg, Dr Simon Breakspear, Rachel Robertson, Tracey Ezard & Prof. Jenny Gore

      Click here for more information.

    VPA Annual Conference

    16-17 August 2018 - VIC

    Acknowledge your capacity as a resilient leader and build upon your skills even further at the VPA Annual Conference. The theme this year is “Creating the Resilient Leader - Positive Mindset, Positive Relationships and Positive Leadership.” Our impressive speaker line up will share ideas and provide practical examples that will enable you to develop your resilience and your ability to cope with the unexpected curve balls that can arrive at any time. You will leave the conference with new ideas and strong affirmations about your own capacity as a leader.

      Click here for more information.

    IPSHA Biennial Conference 2018

    13-16 September 2018 - QLD

    The 2018 Biennial Conference will bring together a range of respected international and national presenters who will challenge your thinking, and bring fresh ideas around the theme of the conference: Shining Futures: Connect – Collaborate – Create.

  • What our clients say...

    Merri Health

    Creating leaders and environments where GROWTH is the focus

    Tracey demonstrates a unique ability and skill set to work with organisations creating a collaborative environment where divergent opinions can be canvassed in a safe process, leading to exploration and alignment of thinking; whilst often challenging traditional philosophies and methodology that can limit potential to achieve unique and optimal outcomes. Tracey has assisted us achieve this at both a Board level and at staff levels across the organisation in terms of co-creating strategy to drive change and innovation.’

    Nigel Fidgeon, Chief Executive Officer , Merri Health.

    Box Hill High School

    ''Tracey has an intelligent questioning style that is able to drill down to the issues that are really at the heart of discussions and thoughts. She has an amazing ability to hear themes, and bring diverse opinions together. And, her graphic presentations are absolutely brilliant! She unfailingly captures the work of the groups that she leads cogently and coherently.'

    Kate Mitchell, Principal, Box Hill High School

  • Some Thinking on Trust and Collaboration

    Looking serious here, but a quick succinct message on building trust

    Some Thinking on Trust

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    Melbourne, Victoria

     

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